Take your paints, pencils and pastels outside! EVERYONE is invited to celebrate and participate in the 6th annual Opus Outdoor Painting Challenge (#OpusOPC) on Sunday, May 7, 2017.
Be an active part of your art community – and bring your friends and family, too! This free art event is open to creative people of all ages and abilities, and there are over $30,000 in art supplies and gift cards to be won, too!
Register online Here or at your local Opus store!
For their second call to artists this year, Vancity is remodeling their Fraser Street community branch (branch 7) to better reflect the way they do business. This project includes an art call designed to engage the local art community as an integral part of their member’s branch experience.
Vancity is now accepting applications of expressions of interest (EOI) from artists or artist teams who live or work in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley to design and integrate a site-specific art commission.
They are seeking applications for artwork that reflect and interpret, in a celebratory way, the rich and diverse culture of the local community. Content / themes must align to Vancity’s vision and values, and can be social, economic, historical, environmental or a combination. Preference will be given to submissions that aim to incorporate up-cycled, recycled, sustainably sourced, salvaged, found and/or other natural media.
One artist information session will be hosted at the Fraser Street community branch located at 6288 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC on: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 7 pm. Artists must visit www.calltoartists.ca and register to RSVP and attend this information session.
Learn more Here
Open to emerging and established artists working with technology and digital media, the competition offers a prize fund of $10,500, plus shortlisted and winning artists will have their works included in Lumen’s annual programme of exhibitions and events around the world.
Public spaces throughout Squamish will soon be transformed into permanent works of art thanks to a new public art project launched by the District of Squamish.
The Squamish Murals Project will see installations in four Squamish locations: the BC Hydro box at Loggers Lane and Finch Drive, the Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) Station located at Guilford and Clarke Drive, the Squamish Public Library children’s area walls and three vacant walls at Brennan Park Recreation Centre
Deadline to Submit: March 20, 2017.
The installation of the chosen artworks is expected to be completed by May 2017.
Learn more about each of the Squamish Murals Project locations and apply Here