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Calling all foodies who paint, sculpt, film or take photos!

We love taking pictures of food with our phones. Now Toronto has the exhibition dedicated to artistic expression of food!

Food for Art is a food-themed art exhibition event that connect our love for food with our desire to express inner thoughts and emotions through artwork. As residents of a multi-cultural city, the exhibition’s initiative is to celebrate diverse cultures, recognize social issues, and broaden our horizons. We can highlight simple beauty of cooking, appreciate food suppliers and essential workers, show interconnection between cultures, or even bring to attention food insecurity. And such powerful statements can be made with your artwork.

We invite submissions for visual arts – painting, photography, sculpture, installation and so on. As long as the artwork depicts the subject matter of food, cooking or eating, artists can explore any themes they desire, whether moral, philosophical or political.

All visual artists in the Greater Toronto Area and nearby regions are welcome to submit their work. Selected artworks will be showcased at Remote Gallery in Toronto, Canada (568 Richmond street West, Toronto, ON, M5V 1Y9) between April 14 and 21, 2023. Number of submissions will be limited to one for each artists. There is no submission fee.

    Call Posted by:
    Akin Collective
    Contact Information:
    Call Deadline:
    February 1, 2023
    Province/Territory:
    Ontario
    Region:
    All Regions
    Artistic Discipline:
    Visual Arts, Media Arts, Crafts/Artisan
    Priority Community:
    Indigenous artists, Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, francophone, Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities, Low-income, Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
    Language:
    English (Anglaise)

    Since 2015, Sur Gallery has been a leading space showcasing curatorial projects, artworks, and creative initiatives from and for the Latinx and Latin American community. We are happy to announce a call for the submissions of artists’ archival collections for the ongoing artist database project. Our intention is to document, archive, and recognize the contributions of Latin American and Latinx visual artists of the Canadian diaspora. We will develop a digital archive to connect artists, scholars, students, and cultural practitioners, establishing a dialogue with an international scope to share the relevance of these artists.

    Eligibility:

    Be a professional emerging, mid-career or established visual artist who has been active for a minimum of 5 consecutive years.
    ◦ Established: artists with an extensive body of work and with history of national and international exhibitions and/or those who have achieved a wide degree of recognition.
    ◦ Mid-career: artists whose professional careers have passed the early stages, who have produced a reasonable body of work and have attained a fair degree of public exposure.
    ◦ Emerging: artists in the early years of their professional careers who have a small exhibition record.
    Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, have an application pending for permanent resident status.
    Visual artists who identify as Latinx or Latin American and who have had an upbringing in Latin America or in the diaspora with Latin American parents.

      Call Posted by:
      Luz
      Contact Information:
      Call Deadline:
      November 30, 2022
      Province/Territory:
      National (All)
      Artistic Discipline:
      Visual Arts, Media Arts, Crafts/Artisan, Music and Sound
      Priority Community:
      Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, Artists Living in Rural Regions, Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities, Low-income, Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
      Language:
      English (Anglaise), Other

      The Bentway Artist Residency is an annual, self-directed onsite program focused on advancing creative research and experimentation around a specified project theme or approach that responds to the features and/or functions of The Bentway Phase 1 site.

      This year, The Bentway has teamed up with Toronto Dance Theatre to create a residency opportunity dedicated to dance in public space. The 2023 The Bentway Artist Residency: Dance in Public Space invites three (3) artists with a focus on dance, movement, and/or embodied practice to participate in a three-month, open-ended, and research-based project that furthers their practice, provides learning opportunities with dance and public art practitioners; and in turn, contributes to the evolution of The Bentway as leading a creative movement to re-imagine the opportunities of urban spaces.

      The production of artwork and/or a performance is not central to the program or required. However, each residency project is expected to create meaningful opportunities for community engagement and feedback through the presentation of ongoing research, or any combination of research and culminating artwork and/or performance, in a public forum. Residents are encouraged to consider the lasting legacy of their work and the ways it can deepen the impact of visitors’ experiences, understandings, and connections to The Bentway in years to come.

      The Bentway Artist Residency: Dance in Public Space aims to:

      support dance, movement and embodied practices through independent site research in order to investigate our relationships to public space and spark new connections and understandings;
      embed professional development and learning opportunities in partnership with local organizations for residents to further cultivate their practice in the public realm;
      expand audiences through inclusive and thoughtful community dialogue, public presentation, and participation in the resident’s research and experimentation.

        Call Posted by:
        The Bentway
        Contact Information:
        Call Deadline:
        January 9, 2023
        Province/Territory:
        National (All)
        Artistic Discipline:
        Performing arts - Dance, Performing arts - Other, Music and Sound
        Priority Community:
        Indigenous artists, Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, Artists Living in Rural Regions, francophone, Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities, Low-income, Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
        Language:
        English (Anglaise)

        Now accepting nominations for the 2023 Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award (KAMA)

        ᕿᓐᓄᐊᔪᐊᖅ ᐋᓯᕙᒃ ᐃᖅᑲᐅᒪᔭᐅᓂᖓᓄᑦ ᑐᓐᓂᖅᑯᓯᐊᖅ
        ᒫᓐᓇ ᓂᕈᐊᒐᒃᓴᙳᖅᑎᑕᐅᔪᓂᒃ ᐱᑎᑕᐅᔪᓐᓇᖅᓯᕗᑦ 2023−ᒥ ᕿᓐᓄᐊᔪᐊᖅ ᐋᓯᕙᒃ ᐃᖅᑲᐅᒪᔭᐅᓂᖓᓄᑦ ᑐᓐᓂᖅᑯᓯᐊᕐᓂᐊᖅᑐᓄᑦ

        Qinnuajuaq Aasivak Iqqaumajauninganut Tunniqqusiaq
        Maanna niruagaksannguqtitaujunik pititaujunnaqsivut 2023−mi Qinnuajuaq Aasivak Iqqaumajauninganut Tunniqqusiarniaqtunut

        About the Award
        The Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award (KAMA) is a biennial prize that supports the practice of an Inuk artist by facilitating opportunities for artistic development and career growth. Established in 2014 by generous members of the Inuit art community, this award honours the life and work of the late Kenojuak Ashevak, and her unparalleled contributions to the cultural life and arts of Inuit Nunangat and beyond.

        An exceptional artist, pioneer, role model and leader in her field, Ashevak spoke often about the importance of encouraging future generations of Inuit artists. To honour this desire, KAMA provides funding to artists to expand their careers and reach new audiences.

          Call Posted by:
          Inuit Art Foundation
          Contact Information:
          View website for details
          Call Deadline:
          December 1, 2022
          Province/Territory:
          National (All)
          Artistic Discipline:
          Architecture, Literary arts, Performing arts - Dance, Performing arts - Theatre, Performing arts - Other, Visual Arts, Media Arts, Crafts/Artisan, Music and Sound
          Priority Community:
          Indigenous artists, Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, Artists Living in Rural Regions, francophone, Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities, Low-income
          Language:
          English (Anglaise), Francais (French), Indigenous Languages, Other

          The Postmark Hotel invites an artist/artist team to create a permanent indoor artwork to be installed in the hotel’s rooftop restaurant.

          The total budget for the project, including artist fees, materials, and installation is CAD $25,000 (plus HST).

          The artist will be selected through a 2-stage competition. Through this open call, artists are invited to submit a portfolio of previous work. A longlist of artists will be selected by the hotel curator and an outside art expert. A shortlist of 3 artists will be selected by an internal panel including hotel ownership representatives and the hotel curator. The 3 shortlisted artists will be invited to prepare a detailed design and budget, for which they will receive compensation. The internal panel will select the artist for the commission.

            Call Posted by:
            Lee
            Contact Information:
            Call Deadline:
            December 2, 2022
            Province/Territory:
            National (All)
            Artistic Discipline:
            Crafts/Artisan | Media Arts | Visual Arts
            Priority Community:
            Indigenous artists | Artists of Colour | LGBTQIA2S+ | Women | New Generation Artists | Artists Living in Rural Regions | Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs)(olmcs) | francophone | Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities | Low-income | Youth | Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
            Language:
            English (Anglaise)

            Toronto Outdoor Art Fair is seeking proposals for installation, sculpture, new media and performance art that are appropriate for an outdoor setting and related weather conditions. The works will be showcased at Nathan Phillips Square during the 62nd edition of the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair in July.

            Art Nest project provides emerging and equity-seeking artists with the opportunity to create their first public artworks in consultation with a curator and mentor during the Fair. The program provides artists with the experience, infrastructure, training and audience exposure needed to build confidence for future public art competitions and commissions. Proposals should also account for visitor safety. All proposals are subject to approval by the City of Toronto. Show organizers will assign space at Nathan Phillips Square.

            An artist fee of $2,000 plus $2,000 for material costs will be paid to each selected artist.

            TOAF has been celebrating art in public spaces and animating Toronto’s civic centre on a grand scale since 1961. The first iteration of Art Nest in 2022 was created in response to the City of Toronto’s ArtworxTO: Year of Public Art 2021-22 initiative. Championing career-launching platforms for the next generation of artists is central to TOAF’s programming values and key to the inspiration behind Art Nest.

              Call Posted by:
              416-408-2754 | info@torontooutdoor.art
              Contact Information:
              For more information on Art Nest, visit the project page on TOAF.ca
              Call Deadline:
              January 16, 2023
              Province/Territory:
              Ontario
              Region:
              Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
              Artistic Discipline:
              Visual Arts
              Priority Community:
              Indigenous artists, Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, Artists Living in Rural Regions, Low-income, Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
              Language:
              English (Anglaise)

              Backstage Pass – a program offering complimentary space* to creatives who were affected by the pandemic, in need of space to perform their next show, produce their next musical endeavor or rehearse for their next gig.

              Artscape is offering these complimentary spaces*! Apply today and take your performance, production or rehearsal to the next level – because exceptional artists deserve exceptional space.

              « This program has been made possible by the Government of Canada. »
              « Ce programme a été rendu possible grâce au gouvernement du Canada. »

                Call Posted by:
                Artscape
                Contact Information:
                Call Deadline:
                March 15, 2023
                Province/Territory:
                Ontario
                Region:
                Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
                Artistic Discipline:
                Performing arts - Dance, Performing arts - Theatre, Performing arts - Other, Media Arts, Music and Sound
                Priority Community:
                Indigenous artists, Artists of Colour, LGBTQIA2S+, Women, New Generation Artists, Artists Living in Rural Regions, Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities, Low-income, Immigrant, Refugee, or New To Canada
                Language:
                English (Anglaise)

                Established in 1976, the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery specializes in exhibitions by local,
                national and international art organizations for their juried or curated shows to be displayed for
                the pleasure of the people of Toronto. The Gallery is operated by Toronto Arts & Culture Services,
                with direction and support from the volunteer Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery Committee.

                Description of Space:

                Situated within the Etobicoke Civic Centre, the Art Gallery displays works in the halls and foyer in
                the Centre Block on the main floor. Hanging space is approximately 230 feet, allowing for 40 – 70
                works, depending on the size and media. The gallery is public space, frequented not only be
                dedicated gallery viewers but also by any visitor to the Civic Centre.

                Who Can Apply:
                The Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery only exhibits shows by art organizations or groups with a
                minimum of six participating artists. There is a preference given to juried shows, and groups that
                have not exhibited in the previous calendar year. **Please note that we do not accept applications
                from individual artists for solo exhibitions.

                  Call Posted by:
                  Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery
                  Contact Information:
                  Call Deadline:
                  November 26, 2022
                  Province/Territory:
                  Ontario
                  Region:
                  Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
                  Artistic Discipline:
                  Any or All Disciplines
                  Language:
                  English (Anglaise)

                  Seneca College is seeking individuals from diverse background to serve as advisors for a new program in development that develops young talent in emerging forms of photography, imaging, and visual content creation.

                  Background: Over its history, changes to the field of photography have been occurring with each new development in technology. Today, imagery is everywhere, and is a significant part of people’s daily lives. At the same time, every person with a smart phone can be a photographer, video maker, designer, and other content creator. The ease and proliferation of advanced mobile technology, along with continuously sophisticated artificial intelligence tools, enable individuals to produce images which, to many, are of “good enough” quality. While the skills of professional photographers are still in demand, the landscape for these for-hire services have changed. Social media, AR+VR, data visualization, drone, GoPro footage, 360-degree, AI image generation, sensor-based imaging, projection mapping, mobile app production tools, and other emerging technologies take up increasingly more space in the media diet of most creators and audiences.

                  Seneca’s new program would leverage its experience in photography education towards a wider range of applications and technologies for such practitioners in order to provide the graduate with tools and knowledge that enable increased forms of creative expression and the number of places they find demand

                    Call Posted by:
                    Mark Jones
                    Contact Information:
                    Call Deadline:
                    November 26, 2022
                    Province/Territory:
                    Ontario
                    Artistic Discipline:
                    Any or All Disciplines | Media Arts | Visual Arts
                    Priority Community:
                    Indigenous artists | Artists of Colour | LGBTQIA2S+ | Women | Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities
                    Language:
                    English (Anglaise)

                    Located in the Dupont Arts Building, NAMARA Projects is a new venue for research, deliberation, and presentation of curatorial work.

                    NAMARA works around the fluctuating borders of the traditional art world. The explorations conducted in the Project Space inform both independent and commissioned presentations. Through our work, we celebrate thoughtful work by contemporary artists; challenge traditions, experimenting with untested methods; and welcome new collaborators and audiences.

                    We invite curators to respond to this open call for curatorial proposals. There is no criteria nor deadline but we ask that your proposal is tailored to the space. Digital or online components are also welcome. A maximum of four proposals per year will be accepted.

                      Call Posted by:
                      Namara
                      Contact Information:
                      Call Deadline:
                      November 26, 2022
                      Province/Territory:
                      National (All)
                      Artistic Discipline:
                      Any or All Disciplines
                      Language:
                      English (Anglaise)

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