The Jericho Arts Centre is presently inviting artists to exhibit their work during the September 2015 to August 2016 theatre season.
JAC is an intimate 150 seat performance venue located near Jericho Beach, in Vancouver. United Players is the resident theatre company, producing a highly acclaimed 5- play season each year. Guest production companies are also invited throughout the year to present their chosen plays, resulting in some of the finest community theatre in Vancouver.
Several members of the FCA have previously exhibited their work at our venue and we would be happy to hear from other interested members. Please visit our website http://www.jerichoartscentre.com/visualarts.html for further details and to find the application form.
POTE – Painting on the Edge: This exhibition is an open call to artists working in all two dimensional drawing and paint-based mediums. PRIZE AWARDS: $2,000 First Place Grand Prize Award, $1,000 in OPUS Gift Cards for the Second, Third and Fourth Place and a Vancouver Art Gallery Membership for the Honorable Mention Award.
Visit our website here to view the full submission guidelines and to start your submission process now.
Limitless is an exhibition, that supports the education of emerging artists, by encouraging the creativity of established ones.
A portion of submission fees will go towards creating a $1,000 bursary for a Visual Arts student at the University of British Columbia. This entirely online exhibition invites members and non-members alike to compete and contribute in a visual arts opportunity.
All successful artists will have their artwork displayed in the Limitless FCA online gallery and will be in the running for the following cash prize awards:
$500 First Place Prize Award
$300 Second Place Prize Award
$200 Third Place Prize Award
Full submission guidelines and submission can be found at: https://artists.ca/submissions/view/id/401
Brand-new FCA exhibition:
Stripped of detail, sketches are creative pieces that carefully consider the visual language of line, composition, perspective, value and colour. Sketches often capture fleeting moments or feelings and as such can often leave deep impressions. A fundamental technical skill and a vital part of the artist’s repertoire, sketching is the ability to quickly record an impression of a person, place, object or moment. “Sketch” the exhibition, highlights and encourages creative exploration of mediums utilised when sketching.
Graphite, pen, ink, pencil, charcoal, watercolour, pastel, acrylic, oil. Excluded mediums are photography, digital photography and digital art.
Sketch. Artists are encouraged to creatively explore the process and mediums used for sketching.
Eligilbe to submit: Active and Signature Members of the FCA
Click here for further information and to start your submission process.
From June 8-27 the Arrowsmith Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) is holding its “Summer Art Show 2015” at the Old School House Arts Center. The Opening Reception and award ceremony took place on Wednesday, June 10th. Congratulations to the award winning artists:
1st Place: Linda Fraser – Blue Pot on Yellow – 20×16 – Acrylic – $395
Linda Fraser – Blue Pot on Yellow
2nd Place: Terry Nimmon – Summer Meadow #1 – 9×12 – Plein Air Pastel – $450
Terry Nimmon – Summer Meadow #1
3rd Place: Dawne Brandel – White Jug – 20×16 – Acrylic – $350
Dawne Brandel – White Jug
Honorable Mention: Eunmi Conacher AFCA – Ivory Coast I – 13×13 – Acrylic – $450
Eunmi Conacher, AFCA – Ivory Coast I
Honorable Mention: Janice Evans – Approaching Storm – 14×21 – Watercolour – $850
Janice Evans – Approaching Storm
Honorable Mention: Patt Scrivener, AFCA – Morning Glow – 36×36 – Acrylic – $2500
Patt Scrivener, AFCA
Patt Scrivener – Morning Glow
Congratulations to the Nanaimo FCA chapter on their successful show “A Brush with Spring” 2015, which ran from May 29th – 31st at the Dorchester Hotel. A special thanks goes to Patricia Mansell, Chapter President and Janice Evans, the Show Coordinator. Janice went above and beyond, hosting “Submission Sundays”. She volunteered her time on Sunday afternoons to guide members new to the online system through the process, so they could submit and participate. It’s thanks to their hard work that this exhibition was such a success.
Here are some photos of the Opening Reception on May 29th.