LIMITLESS Bursary Supports Emily Carr Student

Posted on September 08, 2017 | Emily Carr News

We have an article published to Emily Carr News about the fantastic LIMITLESS bursary. To see the article please click here.

Here is a sample…

“At the very core of the Federation is our goal to help emerging and established artists. As a non-profit charity, we pride ourselves in our phenomenal services for artists, and this exciting LIMITLESS bursary provides direct financial support to an emerging artist studying Fine Art in a post-secondary institution. Meaningful financial aid can supply this young demographic with confidence and encouragement on their path to professionalism.”

Tarin Mead, FCA Gallery + Volunteer Coordinator
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Art 4 Life – Call for Submissions

Art 4 Life

Art 4 Life

September 30 – November 1, 2017

Submission Deadline: Sunday August 13, 2017

There is still time to submit artwork for our annual exhibition for the young and the young at heart.  Art 4 Life is meant to inspire and engage children while raising opportunities for active participation, discussion, cultural awareness and lessons on art appreciation.  The deadline for submissions is coming up soon.  Check it out!

Apply here. 

Contact Information

t: 604.931.2008 x116

website: pomoarts.ca

email: submissions@pomoarts.ca

Annual Mid Main Art Fair – June 11th

Mid Main Art Fair

The Mid Main Art Fair is considered one of Vancouver’s premier artist-run shows – always a must-see on the local visual arts calendar.


This event on Sunday, June 11th from 11AM to 6PM at Vancouver’s beautiful Heritage Hall at 3102 Main Street, located amongst the brew pubs, coffee shops and restaurants of Main Street, a wonderful place to spend a Sunday

This year, the popular one day art fair features 18 established artists from the Lower Mainland showing works in a variety of media and styles, including painting, sculpture, photography, and printmaking. The exhibiting artists are Fran AlexanderMariko AndoEnda BardellJane CrosbyLorn CurryChristine HoodJeanette JarvilleSheree JonesJames KollCarol McquaidSonia MocnikNicola MorganEdward PeckJackie Conradi RobertsonElisabeth SommervilleCamille SleemanJeff Wilson and Grazyna Wolski.

Seymour Art Gallery – Submissions for 2018 Group and Solo Exhibitions Open

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Proposal Guidelines

Submissions are accepted on an on-going basis. The deadline to propose an exhibition for our 2018 schedule is Tuesday September 19, 2017.

EXHIBITION PROPOSAL GUIDELINES
Please send a PC-compatible CD which contains the following files:

  1. Covering Letter
    a) Introduce yourself (or group) and include a description of the artwork you want to show.
    b) We are looking for exhibitions and artwork that will challenge visitors and provoke conversation. In your artist statement, please include what the work is about thematically and why it is important that the public has the opportunity to engage with the exhibition.
    c) If you require any special equipment, describe your specific needs.
    d) Outline your ideas for a public program (artist talk, performance, music, dance, etc) that will enhance the understanding of your work.
    e) Include the earliest date that the exhibition, as described in your proposal, would be ready to show.
    Work in all media will be considered. 500 words maximum.
  2. Curriculum Vitae – Include your address, phone number and email, education, exhibition history, teaching or employment related to your art. Please also include mention of awards and scholarships, bibliography of reviews or articles. 300 words maximum.
  3. Artist Statement – Describe the focus of your recent work and your objectives. 500 words maximum.
  4. Images (CD only) – Include 10 – 20 images of the work you are proposing to exhibit. If a group proposal, send up to 3 images for each artist. Digital images should be jpg format; each image should be at least 800 x 600 pixels. Must be PC compatible – check CD before submitting. Do not send original works of art or photographic prints.
  5. Image List – Include a list of images with corresponding numbers, title of work, medium, dimensions, price (or NFS) and year of completion.

(Optional) Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope – Envelope should have adequate postage for return of submission material. Applications with no postage will not be returned. Please do not mark for pickup. No email submissions please.

SPECIFICS
Membership in the Seymour Art Gallery Society is not required in order to make a submission to the gallery.

Selected artists must become members of the Seymour Art Gallery Society. Individual membership will be required for each artist in a solo or group exhibition. Membership details

With the exception of our fundraising exhibitions, the Discovery juried exhibition, and Start with Art, artists cannot appear in group exhibitions more frequently than every 3 years. Artists may not have solo exhibitions at Seymour Art Gallery more frequently than every 5 years.

As a public gallery with a mandate for education and enrichment, Seymour Art Gallery presents at least one program with every exhibition; submitting artists must be willing to present an artist talk or demonstration, or have a suggestion for another program (performance, music, dance, etc) related to their exhibition.

Seymour Art Gallery presents an opening reception, produces printed materials (including posters and invitation cards), and organizes publicity for exhibitions (press release, social media, online listings, and evites) at no cost to the artist(s). As a non-profit gallery, we are pleased to offer an honorarium for artist talks, but regret that we do not have a budget for artist exhibiting fees, shipping, or travel for our regular exhibitions at this time.

HOW TO APPLY
Please mail or drop off your submission in the format outlined above, to the gallery at:
Seymour Art Gallery
4360 Gallant Ave
North Vancouver BC
V7G 1L2

Online150 – Do good, get paid for your art.

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Online150 is an online extension of Timeraiser150.  Through Online150 Canadians from coast to coast can trade volunteer hours for an original piece of art or craft.  Volunteer hours can be completed with any nonprofit organization in the community.  Artists are paid for their work, nonprofits find skilled volunteers, Canadians find meaningful volunteer opportunities.

Are you an emerging artist who would like to have your art, prints, and/or artisan crafts (pottery, textiles etc.) to be purchased for Online150?  Fill in the form at www.timeraiser.ca/artist to submit your work.  If your work is selected, Framework Foundation will send you a contract and payment electronically and your art will be made available on the Online150 platform.

Our hope is to support the careers of emerging artists across Canada and encourage you to submit your art at www.timeraiser.ca/artist

How Timeraiser Works

STEP 1: Timeraiser fosters the next generation of art patrons and values Canadian artists. Each year, artists from around the country apply to have their work purchased by Timeraiser.  All the artwork auctioned by Timeraiser is purchased at fair market value, set by the artist.

STEP 2: Connect with local nonprofit organizations looking for talented volunteers. Finding skilled volunteers is a challenge.  Timeraiser partners with nonprofits across a wide range of social sectors to offers them a unique way to meet talented new volunteers and to promote their good work to a wider audience of supporters.

STEP 3: Bid time. Do good. Get art. Everything comes together at a Timeraiser party and on Online150.

Attend a party and kickstart your art collection by bidding volunteer hours on original art by up-and-coming Canadian artists. Winners have one year to finish volunteer hours and claim their piece of art. The best part?  Volunteer with any nonprofit(s) you choose!  Download the Timeraiser app to keep track of all your volunteer hours and send them directly to Framework.

Online150 is an online extension of Timeraiser150.  Through Online150 Canadians from coast to coast can purchase art by volunteering their time with a nonprofit organization in their local community.

STEP 4: Get involved. Even if you don’t end up winning an original piece of art, join in the social good by pledging hours to volunteer in your community. In 2017, Framework aims to collectively raise more than 150,000 volunteer hours for nonprofits across Canada, connecting Canadians to their communities and the causes they care about.