This call now allows for images with dimensions ranging from 22-26″ x 34-38″. Active and Signature Members can submit online here.
The Northern California Arts, Inc. opened submissions for it’s 60th International Open Juried Art Exhibit ‘Bold Expressions 2015‘. This show is open to all Fine Artists everywhere. Fine art
mediums welcome, 2D and 3D, must be original art, (no photography or video).
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is seeking artists working in all media whose subject matter is boats. Being situated on the West Coast of Canada we have a strong relationship with boats; they are an integral part of our transportation network, part of our economy and often part of our recreational habits. Many of us hold a fascination for them and are drawn to them. Boats can evoke strong emotions, from riding the waves at the helm to simply admiring them from ashore. For this exhibition, we define boats as a vessel for travelling on water – could include, but not limited to: canoe, dinghy, tall ship, cargo ship, yacht, liner, cruiser, ferry, sailboat, dory…
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is seeking artists for a themed exhibition called “Animal Farm”, for CityScape Community Art Space. In Animal Farm, George Orwell identified personalities in each farm animal, from the squealer pig to the good-hearted female cart-horse, each animal on the farm has a unique manner and behaviour. The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is seeking artists who convey the character, temperament, nature and relationship of farm animals in their artwork. In celebration of over 80 local farms in the Lower Mainland, this exhibition will highlight the heart and life of farm animals. This exhibit is all about the animals running the farms.
The Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre is seeking proposals from artists for the 2015 Summer on the Turntable Residency. Summer on the Turntable projects are based on principles of community cultural development. The intention and desire is that there be a lasting creative legacy from the projects, whether it involves new understanding of creative processes, the development of collaborative skills or an artwork, which in some form remains in the community.
Canadian author Cindy O’Neil has put out a world wide call for artists, inviting
painters and photographers to submit original works for consideration of inclusion in
a book project.
The submission guidelines are quite specific – she needs circles with a purpose –
colourful, expressive, story-full circles.
20 images of original works of art will be featured in the 2nd Healing Circle Puzzles
book. Full details on how to submit works are provided in the Official Submission
Guidelines on the passionatepuzzler website. Answers to submission FAQs are also
Artists whose work is chosen for the book will be compensated, their bio and website
link will appear in the book as well.
Official Submission Guidelines for the 2nd Healing Circle Puzzles book
FAQs about submitting an image for the 2nd Healing Circle Puzzles book
Education is an important aspect of the mandate of the FCA, which is ‘to advance the knowledge and appreciation of art and culture to all Canadians’. In order to fulfill this mandate, the FCA offers a diverse Art Education Program each spring and fall for curious beginners and advanced artists alike. The Mondays in the Gallery series is part of this education program and offers a broad range of workshops, led by our Signature Members, at the FCA Gallery on Granville Island. Read on to learn more about our upcoming workshops.