Active and Signature FCA artists are invited to participate in a collaborative exhibition between the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) and the International Arts Gallery.
The purpose of this exhibition is to promote the development of appreciation, and understanding and exchanges of arts and culture between Western and Chinese arts in Canada. This exhibition will display at both the International Arts Gallery from May 16th – May 24th and the Federation Gallery from May 26th – June 7th. Continue reading
Luciano Benetton of the Fondazione Benetton Studi e Ricerche, Treviso, Italy has launched a unique project to collect works of art by established and emerging artists from countries all around the world. Imago Mundi, is a non-profit, cultural, democratic and global project that looks to the new frontiers of art – personalities, countries, emerging landscapes, languages and different cultures – to foster openness towards the world and new horizons and the coexistence of expressive diversity. Continue reading
Online Submissions Now Open For The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP):
Canadian artists are invited to submit their two-dimensional and three-dimensional work for consideration to the community of Salt Spring Island’s National Art Prize, offering in its inaugural year, $25,000 worth of awards. Winners will be chosen by an independent jury from across Canada and artists’ submissions will be anonymous to the jury. Continue reading
Abstract art, as understood in the context of art history, began in the early 1900’s. Works and movements of this style tend to be poorly understood. If you have found yourself looking at an abstract grappling with questions and wondering if the work is good or bad, or have found yourself in the studio wondering how and where to start painting in abstract, the two days FCA workshop ‘Approaching Abstracts‘ with Nicoletta Baumeister, AFCA might be just exactly what you are looking for. Students can expect to explore the definition of ‘abstract’ and use hands-on exercises to put the ideas that characterize this style into practice. Nicoletta will supply materials for students for the first day of the class and students are asked to bring their preferred medium to work in for the second day. This workshop is open to beginner, intermediate, advanced and even non-artist students. Click here to register now online.
The FCA is pleased to provide this opportunity for Artist of the Year from the B.C. Wildlife Federation, open to all artists who are residents of B.C.
BC Wildlife Federation – Artist of the Year
BCWF’s Artist of the Year Program was established in 1992 with the goal of selecting an artist whose work exhibits the beauty of B.C.’s fish, wildlife and habitats. The sale of these limited edition art prints continues to support BCWF conservation projects throughout the province while also recognizing the talent of B.C. artists.
Please click below for the Application form.
Artist of the Year Submission Forms and Guidelines
DEADLINE: March 15th 2015
The FCA is pleased to provide a 10% discount to members for entry to this exhibition. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a code.
Artists in Canada Partners with The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
Celebrating 30 Years of Extraordinary Art and Artists
The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition is an ideal way for you to gain valuable exposure for your artwork, increase your confidence, put your art in front of a wider audience and help develop the resume of a successful professional artist.
Artists in Canada has partnered with the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, now in its 30th year, to give Canadian artists an opportunity to show in NYC. We know the competition will be strong, the International jurors will be discriminating, but then that is why you should be there.
*Canadian artists chosen to be part of the exhibition will be featured on Artists in Canada and given a 2 Year membership free. ($75value)
DEADLINE: Competition opens February 3 and closes March 10th