Through Our Eyes
Celebrating Canada’s 150th in Community Art Projects
Grimsby Public Art Gallery will celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with a series of exhibitions that will take place in the Gallery lobby exhibition space throughout the year. Exhibitions will include the works and ideas from a broad range of community members and groups expressing diverse themes around Canada and Canadian heritage. Successful proposals will emphasize celebration, inclusion and participation.
Download full details: pdf GPAG CallForArtistsProjects
Deadline: Monday, May 15th, 2017, 11:59p.m.
Please note that we have three deadlines for Exhibition Assistance grant applications annually.
Ongoing Deadlines: January 13, July 31, & October 31
Applications for exhibition assistance grants are now being accepted. Applying artists must have an exhibition scheduled and confirmed in a publicly accessible venue. Grants can assist with exhibition costs, including materials, framing, presentation and shipping.
All applications must include 10 slides or jpegs (compatible with PC), resume, budget, a letter of confirmation for upcoming exhibition, an artist’s statement and description of the exhibition, as well as a SASE with sufficient postage for return of all submitted material. All support material will be returned following the recommender’s decision. Grants amounts range between $500 - $1500 and are now handed out three times a year (deadlines for the GPAG: January 13, July 31, & October 31 of each year)
Visit http://www.arts.on.ca/Page122.aspx for more information and to download the application & guidelines.
Hard copies of the application & guidelines may also be picked up at the Grimsby Public Art Gallery, located at 18 Carnegie Lane.
Selections criteria are informed by the Inc.’s mandated objectives. As an artist-run centre, the Inc. is interested in works that have potential impact, push boundaries and engage with critical, conceptual and/or experimental contexts from diverse perspectives. The Inc. supports and encourages submissions showcasing artists and curators most recent endeavors as well as works that incite conversation and explore expanded art practices.
Many artists in Ontario are unaware of the information and services available to them.
The Ontario government recently created a Web site to provide them with information about a range of programs and services specific to their needs.
The new website - http://www.ontarioartist.ca - includes links to important information for artists such as:
· sources of funding
· professional development opportunities
· how they can best manage their finances
· legal assistance
· how to market their work
· health information
Please visit OAAG's web site and explore the Jobline feature for details on each position.
Artists should submit the following:
- Name, mailing address, telephone, e-mail
- Except in unusual situations, at least six photographs, prints, slides or digital images, of work typical to that which the artist(s) wants to show
- Biographical note or curriculum vitae for each artist
- Include a list of previous showings, including when and where
- Provide a plan, script, sketches, audio or video recordings if the work is a performance or major installation piece (Indicate any specialized facilities or equipment required, that is being supplied by the artist)
- Indicate number or works to be shown, titles and sizes
- Preferably include an 'artist's statement' of purpose
- Include a return envelope and sufficient postage if return of submission materials is required
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