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Applications Accepted: ​July 1, 2021
​Application Deadline: ​​​September 15, 2021
​Shortlisted Interviews: ​September 16 – 30, 2021
​Proposed Exhibition: ​April 13 – June 15th, 2023
​Province:  British Columbia​
​City:  ​ ​North Vancouver
​Term: Temporary Contract

Who We Are:

The Gordon Smith Gallery is home to the acclaimed Artists for Kids teaching collection. Artists for Kids  has been acquiring masterworks from Canada’s leading artists for more than 30 years.  Over 50 Canadian artists represented in the collection are the essential and primary supporters of Artists for Kids and its distinct hands-on, artist- and teacher-led art programs.  The permanent collection includes works from contemporary artists such as Bill Reid, Jack Shadbolt and Gordon Smith to conceptual artists such as Rodney Graham and Elizabeth MacIntosh.

The Gordon and Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists, in North Vancouver, was founded in 2002 by the visionary team at the North Vancouver School District and Artists for Kids, to build an endowment fund to provide art enrichment opportunities for the children of British Columbia.  To date, the Smith Foundation has expanded its role to encompass the curation of exhibitions and the development of public programs at the Gordon Smith Gallery.  The Smith Foundation works in collaboration with, and provide financial support to, the North Vancouver School District’s award-winning Artists for Kids program. Together the Smith Foundation and AFK ensure a gallery space where education is not an afterthought in curation, but the purpose of each step taken.

During the school year, AFK selects works from the collection that share a common theme and speak to pertinent art historical, social, cultural, political, or environmental issues in a way that is accessible, sparks great conversation and encourages interaction with Canadian Art. Students from across the North Shore spend an entire school day at the Gallery, learning about some of our country’s most celebrated artists and developing an understanding of the art and their response to it. More than 2,000 elementary and secondary students and their teachers participate. These Teaching Exhibitions offer essential tools to inform audiences’ diverse opinions and learning experiences.

During the Spring, the Gordon Smith Gallery mounts an exhibition that engages students and the community-at-large.  It is for this exhibition that the Gordon Smith Gallery accepting proposals from Guest Curators.​

Request for Proposal: Exhibition and Guest Curator

The Gordon Smith Gallery is seeking applications from qualified curators wishing to be considered for the temporary, contract position of Guest Curator. The contract covers the period from September 1, 2022 to July 15, 2023.  Working with the Smith Foundation and Senior management of the Artists for Kids program within School District #44, the Guest Curator will oversee the development, coordination, and administration of all aspects of the 2023 Spring Exhibition at the Gordon Smith Gallery.



The Guest Curator will plan, organize, interpret and present an accessible and engaging 2023 Spring Exhibition at the Gordon Smith Gallery: an exhibition that will open the week of April 13th, 2023. The exhibition must lend itself to curricula development by art educators in the North Vancouver School District School District with a focus on Canadian Art.  This work will involve:​

  • ​ The preparation of the exhibition budget and grant application content
  •   Working with Artists for Kids (AFK) management team to incorporate artifacts and/or archival materials from the AFK Permanent collection into the exhibition (if and as appropriate);
  • The lead role in the creation of an exhibition catalogue, interpretive materials, publicity materials and public programs aimed at engaging diverse audiences through a dynamic mix of exhibition, interpretation & visitor support that develops audience understanding of contemporary Canadian art;
  • Work in collaboration with AFK to produce educational programming K-12.
  • Orientating gallery docents in advance of exhibition opening;
  • Being present for the exhibition opening, panel discussions, and artists talks.
  • Ensuring that exhibition grant reporting requirements are met in a timely and professional manner.


  • ​Academic background in a field related to the position (eg: Visual Arts, Art History, Anthropology) or equivalent combination of education and work experience
  • Demonstrated leadership and practical experience in the development, installation and management of exhibitions in a public art gallery
  •   Writing experience including demonstrated ability writing grant applications
  • Highly motivated, creative, flexible and innovative thinker
  • Experience in project management and in working collaboratively with a small team
  • Strong computer skills, desktop publishing an asset
  • Experience in both visual arts and heritage sectors a definite asset
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, visitors, volunteers, donors, collectors, professional colleagues.

In addition to an advanced degree in the field, it is expected that the Guest Curator will have a minimum of five years of related experience and a broad knowledge of contemporary art practice. Candidates will have excellent communication, administrative, interpersonal and organizational skills, and the ability to work efficiently with a small staff in a collaborative workplace. Canadians, permanent residents, and/or foreign nationals with a valid work permit will be given priority consideration.


Guest Curator applicants are asked to provide a description of their vision of the proposed Exhibition between 500 and 1,000 words in electronic format to assist the Curatorial Committee in its final adjudication.  The Curatorial Committee will consist of 3-5 people who represent: Program Staff, Smith Foundation Directors, AFK Management and Curators

Fulfilling tasks related to the logistical planning and follow-up related to the above-mentioned exhibitions. It is anticipated that the Guest Curator to be available the equivalent of two days a month during the term of the contract.

While it is understood that the Guest Curator may have other obligations during the term of this contract, it is further understood that these obligations may not interfere with the requirement of being fully engaged with the exhibition during the specified periods. It is understood that the Guest Curator will work within pre-determined budget constraints.​


The Guest Curator will work closely with and be supported by the management and staff, of the Smith Foundation and Artists for Kids. Revenues and expenditures will be managed by the Smith Foundation according to the prepared agreed on budget.​


Curatorial expenses will be included in the project grant applications based on the CARFAC fee schedule and paid according to a prearranged pay schedule agreed upon by the Guest Curator and the Smith Foundation Executive Director.


How to Apply:

Please submit a:

  • single PDF including a one-page cover letter
  • project vision ( 500- 1000 words )
  • curriculum vitae
  • three references.

Notification for shortlisted applicants will be sent by October 1st, 2021​

Shortlisted applicants will be asked to submit an in-depth proposal including a preliminary list of artists and their work as well as a draft budget.

The successful applicant will be notified by October 15th, 2021​

Call Deadline:
September 15, 2021
National (All)
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
English (Anglaise)

The Regina Symphony Orchestra is looking for 150 singers to join our choir for the epic Beethoven Ninth Symphony on Saturday, January 22, 2022.

Weekly rehearsals will begin on Sunday, September 19 from 3:00pm-5:00pm

Apply with this form:  Beethoven 9 Choir Application

Email Dorianna Holowachuk for more information.  

Contact Information:
Call Deadline:
September 10, 2021
Southern Saskatchewan (Regina, Moose Jaw, Swift Current)
Artistic Discipline:
Music and Sound
English (Anglaise), Francais (French)

Virtual Volunteer Opportunity (Future Leaders Age 18-30)

Volunteer for the Empathy Squad to make a difference in your community through the power of storytelling. In the midst of global upheaval, and the search for social, class, and racial justice, we are looking for volunteers to generate empathy-building dialogue through the collection of stories and interviews.

Oral storytelling forges connections between people and ideas, makes information more accessible, and helps us understand the ties that bind us. Oral history nuances the stories of the past and present, helps us understand how communities experience history, and allows us to learn together on the path towards a shared future.

Amplify voices, centre overlooked stories, and celebrate the unsung heroes in your community. You’ll have the chance to collect stories, learn podcasting skills, meet new people from different walks of life, and collaborate with future leaders across the country. Come spark change, one story at a time.

Participants Will:

  • Discover artful ways to volunteer in their community

  • Learn interview and recording techniques, narrative shaping and audio editing skills

  • Gain skills in community engagement through oral-history collection

  • Enhance readiness for leadership roles and community participation

  • Grow empathy from coast-to-coast through community-building dialogue


Program Details:

Approximately 12 hours a week of commitment for 12 weeks total.

See full program schedule below

About FiXT POiNT’s Previous Work:

To date we’ve interviewed over 3000 Canadians from every province and territory in almost 200 communities in our storymobiles (mobile recording studio on wheels).  We have aired dozens of audio stories on CBC (Fresh Air, Podcast Playlist, Holiday Programming etc..), edited and posted hundreds of oral histories on our storymap, recently produced two seasons of a TV/Web Series for TVOand most recently we were awarded Touring Artist of the Year from CAPACOA (Canadian Arts Presenting Association).


Application deadline: August 1, 2021

Cohort 7: September – December 2021
Cohort 8:
September – December 2021
Cohort 9:
January – April 2022
Cohort 10:
January – April 2022

To apply, please follow the application link below

Call Deadline:
August 1, 2021
National (All)
Artistic Discipline:
Literary arts, Music and Sound
Priority Community:
English (Anglaise), Francais (French)

The U of T Daniels Faculty, the Daniels Art Directive (DAD) and Elder Whabagoon are issuing a Call for Proposals for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Artists living in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) to create a temporary mural on the north façade of the Daniels Building. We are answering the U of T Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action #2: “A strategy for the funding and placement of more Indigenous public art across all three campuses should be developed, in close consultation with local Indigenous communities.”

Supported By
This inaugural Indigenous mural project at the Daniels Building is guided by Elder Whabagoon, an Ojibway Elder who sits with the Loon Clan. She is a member of the Lac Seul First Nation, a Keeper of the Sacred Pipes, and a 60’s Scoop survivor. Elder Whabagoon is the inaugural First Peoples Leadership Advisor to the Dean at the Daniels Faculty.

The Daniels Art Directive (DAD) is a student-led group that creates exhibitions, workshops, and community projects. They curated the first mural on the Daniels Building: “Support Black Designers.” mural, with its designers and Daniels alumnae Ashita Parekh and Tolu Alabi, installed from October 2020 to May 2021.

The project is supported by the Daniels Faculty. We are hoping for more funding to support the Artist, the Advisory Panel, workshops, and consultations. If you’d like to support this initiative, please contact

Advisory Panel
The Indigenous Advisory Panel will select the Artist and guide the project team. We are grateful to the Advisory Panel for their guidance and service: James Bird, Melissa Deleary, Jaime Kearns, Robin Rice, Brenda Wastasecoot. The mural will contribute a greater understanding of Indigenous artistic expressions, peoples, and cultures.

Call for Proposals
We are pleased to share our Call for Proposals (included in the form). All interested artists should complete all three sections of the online form, or fillable PDF. The due date is Saturday July 31, 11:59 pm (EDT). We will support accessibility accommodations. Please save your form as you go. If you are submitting the PDF, please email:

Budget / Artist Fee
This art commission includes an Artist fee of $7000 and a materials budget of $5000. We are currently seeking more funding to expand the budget.

Templates for Submissions
We have included a drawing of the elevation of the Daniels Building north façade, available as a PNG, PDF, Illustrator (.ai), and Rhino (.3dm) file. Please use our supplied budget Excel spreadsheet template. Here is the folder of our templates.

Site History
The land of 1 Spadina Crescent has been the home and an important trail of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples. Spadina is synonymous with Ishpadinaa, meaning “a place on a hill” from Anishinaabe.

We are currently seeking more information from researchers at the University of Toronto and other institutions about the Borden Buildings (563 & 487 Spadina Crescent) where the Borden Dairy Company invested in malnutrition experiments on Indigenous children. The North Borden Building now houses U of T’s First Nation House.

1 Spadina Crescent, now the Daniels Building, was built originally to house Knox College – a Presbyterian theological school that was run by the Presbyterian Church of Canada, who ran 11 of the 130 residential schools in Canada. We will share this deeper history of the site as we receive the information from validated sources.

You can engage with Toronto’s significant Indigenous history and presence through the Driftscape app, for free on Apple and Android devices.

Information Session
We have hosted a virtual information session where we went through the Call for Proposals and answered questions. Please visit the Daniels Youtube to see a recording of this session.

For more information please visit:

If you have questions about this project or wish to support, please contact (FacebookInstagramWebsite).

For media, please contact Hannah Brokenshire, Senior Communications and Media Relations Officer.

We wish to acknowledge this land on which the University of Toronto operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land. We encourage everyone to learn the true Indigenous history of the land that they currently call home. We are grateful to all those who came before us.

Contact Information:
Call Deadline:
July 31, 2021
Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
Artistic Discipline:
Any or All Disciplines
Priority Community:
Indigenous artists
English (Anglaise), Francais (French), Indigenous Languages

Join Swatch Calling

To participate you must submit your artwork before August 8 2021, midnight CEST. All artworks must be fully executed, in format .ai or open PDF, artboard in size 420x420mm – in case of an image, we need 420x420mm in 600 DPI’s – please DO NOT work with RGB color setting. All chosen artists will receive a symbolic compensation of 351 CHF and seven watches made from their canvas. The authors of most popular canvas in the period of October 1 to April 30 – the Expo plus one more month – will also be invited to a period of artistic residency at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel in Shanghai.

Terms & conditions


Call Deadline:
August 8, 2021
National (All)
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
English (Anglaise)

The Colour and Form Society announces its 69th Annual Open Juried Exhibition to be held this fall online. The exhibition is open to members and non-members residing in Ontario and presents a highly acclaimed exhibition of diverse artistic styles and media.

APPLICATION DATES: August 1 – September 1, 2021 at midnight
Application entries will be submitted online through the Entrythingy portal. The link is located on the CFS website and will be activated on August 1.

ONLINE EXHIBITION DATES: October 15 to December 31, 2021

$2500 IN PRIZES:
1st prize – $1000, 2nd prize – $700, 3rd prize – $500, 3 Honourable Mentions of $100 each.

JURORS: Andrew Cheddie Sookrah, Artist; Donna Child, Gallery Owner; Joanne Poluch, Art Consultant. The jurors select the exhibition from the eligible online submissions and determine award winners from the accepted artwork.

ENTRY FEE: $30 for CFS members, $40 for non-members.

Each artist (18 years and older) may submit up to two original artworks, using eligible media (drawing, painting, sculpture, original hand-pulled prints and mixed media). Photography and digital media will not be accepted at this time.

PAYMENT: Paypal or credit card

For further information and full instructions for submission please visit our website:
Please ensure that you review our Terms of Entry

Colour and Form Society

Follow us on:
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Facebook: @ColFormSoc

Call Deadline:
September 1, 2021
All Regions
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
English (Anglaise)

Call to Artists: Woodstock Hospital is inviting proposals for a sculpture to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the new hospital

Deadline: August 9, 2021
Budget: $10,000

About Woodstock Hospital:
Woodstock Hospital is a full-service community hospital, providing care to a population of 55,000 people and offering specialized care to nearly 110,000 people within Oxford County and area.

Community-Oriented, Personalized, and Quality Care

Working collaboratively to advance the health and well-being of our community.


Value Statement:
We strive to serve others; building on our collective strengths, expertise, and shared values; for the betterment of our patients, their families, and our community.

The Woodstock Hospital invites artists residing in Ontario to submit expressions of interest and qualifications to create a permanent public artwork to be displayed in the Woodstock Hospital Courtyard (Lower Level), located in the City of Woodstock, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the new hospital.

The successful artist(s) will create permanent work to be displayed that will:

  • Reflect the Hospitals Mission, Vision and Values
  • Be original artwork (preexisting sculptures will be considered)
  • Be easily maintained (must consider seasonal change)

Woodstock Hospital is committed to equity and inclusion, and encourages applications from culturally diverse artists and artists with disabilities.

The Woodstock Hospital located in the City of Woodstock is situated on the traditional territories of the Indigenous Peoples and covered by the Upper Canada Treaties. We acknowledge the history of the traditional territory and respects the longstanding relationships of the local Indigenous groups, the Haudenosaunee, Lenape, and Anishinaabek of this land and place in southwestern Ontario. We also recognize the Indigenous communities in close proximity: Chippewas of The Thames First Nation; Oneida Nation of The Thames; Munsee-Delaware Nation; Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation; and Six Nations of The Grand (which consists of Mohawk, Cayuga, Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida and Tuscarora Nations).


The sculpture will be located in the Woodstock Hospital Courtyard (lower Level) which is a common outdoor space that is open to staff, patients and visitors. The installed artwork form and materials should not impede movement or pose any safety concerns. The artwork must also be robust enough and made with material to withstand the normal fluctuations of Ontario weather.

The budget for the design, fabrication of the artwork will be $10,000 and must cover ALL expenses related to the projects, including (but not limited to) artist fee(s); materials; fabrication; insurance; installation; documentation; travel to and from the site.

This is a provincial-wide call for proposals. Professional* artists and/or artist-led teams** residing in Ontario are encouraged to apply.

* Professional artist is defined as a person who is critically recognized as an artist; possesses skill, training and/or experience in their artistic discipline; is active in and committed to their art practice; and has a history of public presentation.

** Artist-led teams must share the total commission of $10,000.

Artist Call Opens: July 22, 2021
Site Visits: July 26, 2021
Submission Deadline: August 9, 2021
Award of Project: August 20, 2021 at the latest
Installation: November 8, 2021

Expressions of Interest will be reviewed by a Selection Committee at Woodstock Hospital comprised of art consultants/artists, Woodstock Hospital and Woodstock Hospital Foundation Board members, the Woodstock Hospital CEO and the Foundation Senior Development Officer.

The artist(s) selected for the final commission will be required to enter into an agreement with the Woodstock Hospital which will contain provisions including but not limited to rights of ownership and use and will include a warranty period up to 12 months covering all workmanship defects, accidental and environmental damage. The completed artwork will be the property of the Woodstock Hospital but the moral and copy rights remain with the artist(s). The selected artist(s) will also be required to create a maintenance manual for the final artwork. Please contact the Foundation office for a copy of this document.

Artists wishing to be considered must submit the following details:

  • Complete Contact Form
  • Review and complete items detailed on the Application Checklist

The Contact Form and Application Checklist are available here

Complete applications must be received in the office or by email on or before Monday August 9, 2021 at 4:00pm (not a post-marked deadline). Incomplete, late or faxed applications will not be accepted.

All supporting materials must accompany the application. Incomplete and/or late applications will not be accepted. Faxed applications will not be accepted. The Woodstock Hospital and Woodstock Hospital Foundation will not be responsible for applications lost in transit. While all reasonable care will be taken in the handling of materials, the Woodstock Hospital and Woodstock Hospital Foundation will not take responsibility for lost or damaged materials.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the signed complete application package reaches the Woodstock Hospital Foundation by the deadline. All applicants will receive a notice by e-mail that their application has been received. If you have submitted an application and do not receive notification by August 11th, 2021 please contact the Woodstock Hospital Foundation.

Send applications: Via email to
with the subject line Woodstock Hospital 10 year Commemorative Commission

OR: Woodstock Hospital 10 year Commemorative Commission
Woodstock Hospital Foundation
310 Juliana Drive
Woodstock, ON, N4V 0A4

The Woodstock Hospital reserves the right to choose to not recommend any application, proposal or finalist and to terminate or re-advertise any project.

Contact Information:
Call Deadline:
August 9, 2021
National (All)
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
English (Anglaise)


Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) invites emerging artists from Mississauga (18-29 years of age) to apply for its VAM Creative Residency (VCR). VCR is an opportunity for emerging youth artists in Mississauga to participate in an 8 month exhibitions program with a focus on mentorship and professional development.

VCR resident artists will be invited to access VAM’s art centre to develop their skills in art exhibition, education and engagement. The program will invite established arts industry mentors to provide a network and constructive feedback on the residents’ artistic practice and goals.

Click here for application details.

“VAM’s Creative Residency is back for its fourth year and we are so happy to welcome more emerging artists into VAM’s growing arts community,” explains VAM Cultural Development Manager Eldiana Begovic. “We are proud to support young artists as they develop their art careers and find opportunities to contribute to a vibrant arts and culture scene in the city.”

Please visit to learn more about VAM’s Creative Residency.

VAM’s Creative Residency is proudly supported by the Community Foundation of Mississauga.

VAM is an accessible venue including a level entrance, an accessible washroom, wide and unobstructed pathways within the interior, automatic doors at the entrance and accessible parking nearby. Please view VAM’s accessibility survey is available at

VAM is located at 4170 Riverwood Park Lane in Mississauga. Please call 905-277-4313 or visit

Instagram: @VAMCresidency
Twitter: @VAMCreative

Eldiana Begovic, Cultural Development Manager
Visual Arts Mississauga at Riverwood |
4170 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga, ON L5C 2S7 905. 277.4313

Call Deadline:
August 29, 2021
Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
Priority Community:
New Generation Artists, Youth
English (Anglaise)
In collaboration with 7th Generation Image Makers and Dept. of Arts, Culture & Media

Applications are now open for the 2021/2022 Indigenous Youth Artist-in-Residence Program, a six-month residency beginning in the fall of 2021. This annual program, now in its fourth year, aims to support the practice of a young Indigenous artist by offering paid studio time, professional development opportunities, and artist mentorship, as well as the opportunity to audit a course at the University of Toronto Scarborough and access other University resources (facilities, events, staff & faculty). The residency will culminate with a presentation of the completed work.

The program is open to Indigenous youth aged 16-24. Application deadline is Monday, August 16, 2021.

The residency will be approximately six months, from October 1, 2021 to April 15, 2022. The artist-in-residence will spend approximately 5 hours/week in the studio space, some additional time each week on documentation, progress reports, and project writing, and 3 – 4 hours each month for meetings, mentorship, and professional development sessions.

From January to April 2022, another 3 hours/week will be spent auditing a University course selected by the artist; with some additional time for course work. Auditing a course means full participation without tuition costs, or the pressure of having work graded.

As public health guidelines allow, the course audit and at least some studio time will take place at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus and 7th Generation Image Makers studio at the Native Youth Resource Centre. Meetings, mentorship, and professional development sessions may be in-person or virtual, depending on scheduling and public health guidelines.

During the residency, artists are encouraged to use their time to take advantage of University resources (mentorship from gallery professionals and faculty; guest artist lectures; borrowing privileges from the library; programming from the Indigenous Engagement program; and more).

The artist will receive a stipend of $1800, and $500 to cover material costs, course requirements, and transportation.


Candidates are requested to outline how they would like to use their residency, what kind of work they envision creating, how they will be inspired by the University environment, and possibilities that can be explored during the residency period.

Artists will be considered based on the submission of an outlined set of criteria including:

• A short project proposal;
• An artist statement;
• A statement outlining what would you like to gain from the University experience and how it may contribute to your professional goals;
• A ranked selection of the type of media you would be most interested in working with/learning more about;
• Current CV;
• A set of 3 – 10 images or 3 minutes of video highlighting your artistic practice.

For full details, and to apply, download the application form.

Call Deadline:
August 16, 2021
National (All)
Priority Community:
Indigenous artists, Youth
English (Anglaise), Indigenous Languages

Exposure welcomes diverse and innovative submissions from Alberta-based emerging photographers and visual artists who incorporate, celebrate or challenge the photographic medium within their practice.

We are delighted to announce the Exposure Photography Festival 2022 Emerging Photographers Showcase juror is Hana Kaluznick, Assistant Curator in the Department of Photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK and originally from Calgary.

Photographers selected by Kaluznick will exhibit their work at Exposure 2022 at Contemporary Calgary. Artists will also receive an invitation to show work in a public exhibition presented on Pattison Outdoor digital billboards located in the City of Calgary and have opportunities to become involved with the exhibition’s related programming and to win one of the Exposure Awards presented by GRAIN, Shutter Hub and TREX Southwest.

​The submission fee for ten images is $35 CAD – a portfolio of 10 images is highly recommended. Deadline for submissions September 10th.


All those who submit their work will:

  • Have the opportunity to be featured on the Exposure Photography Festival curated Instagram account reaching audiences worldwide! Exposure will be sharing examples of strong submissions from June – September. To enhance your chance of being featured on our platform, please make sure you submit your work early.

  • Gain visibility with the juror and Exposure team.

Those who have been selected by the Juror will:

  • Exhibit their work in the Exposure 2022 Emerging Photographers Showcase.

  • Be invited to become involved with the exhibition’s related programming – such as online events, artist talks, exhibition tours, group critiques and more!

  • Be invited to show selected work in a public exhibition presented on Pattison Outdoor digital billboards located in the City of Calgary.

  • Have their name and website link featured on the Exposure website as an artist profile, reaching audiences worldwide.

  • Have the opportunity to win one of the Exposure Awards, as listed below.

  • Receive an artist fee of $158 CAD.

  • Potentially receive an artist bursary to help support production costs pending successful funding. If we are awarded this funding, we will share detailed information with you as soon as possible.

  • Receive a 40% discount with Exposure’s 2022 print partner ABL Imaging Group.

  • Have their work promoted in the Exposure 2022 official press release pack. Previous press has included British Journal of Photography, AnOther Magazine, Phmuseum, Avenue Magazine, NEXT Magazine, MUSÉE Vanguard of Photography Culture and more!

Call Deadline:
September 10, 2021
All Regions
Artistic Discipline:
Visual Arts
Priority Community:
New Generation Artists
English (Anglaise)
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