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Nous sommes actuellement à la recherche de huit personnes imaginatives de partout au Canada pour participer à notre première résidence de pensée créative de 16 semaines sur la justice numérique dans les arts et la culture. Dans un environnement favorable, embarquez dans un voyage inspirant pour défier l’inégalité et favoriser les voies de la justice dans et par le monde numérique.

La rémunération comprend des frais de 4 500 $ plus 1 000 $ pour les fournitures et le matériel. Les candidats admissibles sont les résidents du Canada qui s’identifient comme autochtones, racialisés ou handicapés, ou qui vivent dans une communauté suburbaine, rurale ou éloignée, en dehors du noyau central.

    Call Posted by:
    Ensemble là-bas
    Contact Information:
    Call Deadline:
    octobre 3, 2022
    Province/Territory:
    National (All)
    Artistic Discipline:
    Any or All Disciplines
    Priority Community:
    Indigenous artists | Artists of Colour | Artists Living in Rural Regions | Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities
    Language:
    Francais (French)

    Seeking 8 visionaries to join Together There, a 16-week residency on digital justice in arts and culture. In a supportive environment, embark on an inspiring journey to challenge inequality and nurture caring pathways to justice in, and through, the digital world.

    Compensation includes a $4,500 fee plus $1,000 for supplies and materials.

    Eligible applicants include residents of Canada who self-identify as Indigenous, Racialized, Disabled, or live in a suburban, rural, or remote community outside the core.

      Call Posted by:
      Together There
      Contact Information:
      Call Deadline:
      octobre 3, 2022
      Province/Territory:
      National (All)
      Artistic Discipline:
      Any or All Disciplines
      Priority Community:
      Indigenous artists | Artists of Colour | Artists Living in Rural Regions | Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities
      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:
        octobre 3, 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:
          octobre 3, 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:
            octobre 3, 2022
            Province/Territory:
            National (All)
            Artistic Discipline:
            Any or All Disciplines
            Language:
            English (Anglaise)

            McIntosh Gallery, Western University, seeks applications from emerging and established curators for a one-year Indigenous Curator in Residence (ICiR) position.
            The ICiR will be a one-year appointment situated at McIntosh Gallery. The position is expected to commence in September 2022, leading to an exhibition to take place in the Fall of 2023 or Winter of 2024. Proposals that include off-site research and remote components will be welcomed. A member of First Nations, Métis, or Inuit peoples, the ICiR will foreground contemporary Indigenous artistic practices through an exhibition, an accompanying publication, and related public programs. The gallery will also welcome advice on potential purchases towards the development of the permanent collection.

              Call Posted by:
              Catherine Elliot Shaw
              Contact Information:
              Call Deadline:
              octobre 3, 2022
              Province/Territory:
              National (All)
              Artistic Discipline:
              Any or All Disciplines
              Priority Community:
              Indigenous artists
              Language:
              English (Anglaise)

              Xpace is accepting workshop proposals from emerging artists, curators and art administrators!

              Workshop proposals of any topic will be considered and Xpace will prioritize projects that:

              * Can be planned and hosted online
              * Utilize free and PWYC resources and/or require minimal to no purchase on behalf of the participants (ie) paid software like Adobe, expensive equipment, tools or materials
              * Engages with specific skills that benefit emerging artists and students

              Workshop facilitators are paid a fee of CAD $328 to develop and execute their project, with an option of requesting CAD $50 for additional materials.
              We are accepting proposals on an ongoing deadline.

                Call Posted by:
                Alexia
                Contact Information:
                Call Deadline:
                octobre 3, 2022
                Province/Territory:
                National (All)
                Artistic Discipline:
                Any or All Disciplines
                Language:
                English (Anglaise)

                Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba, with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, mounts monthly online exhibitions to showcase the work of Canadian artists with disabilities. Our goal is to increase awareness of the amazing artworks being created by artists with disabilities, and to decrease barriers to participation in the arts for both makers and audiences.

                Emerging and established artists of all disciplines are welcome to submit work for consideration. Submissions are reviewed by an AANM committee. Selected artists will receive CARFAC artist fees, and limited assistance with documentation/presentation of work if necessary. We thank you for your interest. Only selected artists will receive notification, however we will keep all submissions on file for consideration for future shows.

                To apply, send a brief proposal and three small examples of your artworks to programming@aanm.ca.

                  Call Posted by:
                  AANM
                  Contact Information:
                  Call Deadline:
                  octobre 3, 2022
                  Province/Territory:
                  National (All)
                  Artistic Discipline:
                  Any or All Disciplines
                  Priority Community:
                  Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities
                  Language:
                  English (Anglaise)

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