Downtown Haliburton Sculpture Exhibition
Call for Submissions for an Outdoor Exhibition
Deadline for submissions May 16, 2019
You are invited to submit a work(s) for this annual exhibition. Open to all artists within Canada. Sculptures must be original works (existing or new) suitable for outdoor installation. Artworks may be offered for sale. There is no commission.
Five entries will be selected for the exhibition — June 20th, 2019 to October 31st, 2018 in Haliburton, Ontario.
A $250 exhibition fee will be paid to each participating artist plus accommodation and per diems. Assistance is provided with the installation and de-installation of sculptures. Sculpture installation June 19th, 2019.
This is a joint project of the Haliburton Business Improvement Area (BIA) and the Haliburton Sculpture Forest.
For Guidelines and Application form go to:
2019/2020 Salt Spring National Art Prize
Submissions Accepted: Jan 10, 2019 to May 31, 2019
The Salt Spring National Art Prize is a biennial competition and exhibition of Canadian visual art. The next event will be in 2019, with the call for artist submissions opening on January 10, 2019. Learn More
Boynton House Art Exhibition Space
Boynton House is an art exhibition space in Richmond Hill with four display rooms. These rooms have art hanging systems and track lighting, making them an ideal place to display your work for an art show, host a special occasion or book meetings. Learn more.
Latcham Gallery General Exhibition Submissions
Description: The Latcham Gallery is committed to planning a balanced exhibition program and highlights work that stimulates the community in Whitchurch-Stouffville and reaches out to a larger art community in Ontario. We welcome proposals throughout the year from artists across Ontario (and nationally when possible) working in all media. Learn More.
Toronto Digital Projects - Online Showcase for Emerging Artists
Description: Toronto Digital Projects is a new curated virtual gallery for emerging artists creating digital paintings, animations, videos, GIFs and other forms of Post-Internet art. Supported by Canada Council for the Arts and Angell Gallery. Learn More
Office of Beaches-East York MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
The MP of Beaches-East York, Nathaniel Erskine-Smith invites artists to display their artwork in his constituency office at 1902 Danforth Avenue. No commission will be taken for sale of the work. Artists are encouraged to provide a price card with contact information, local art group (if applicable), and price of the piece. Art work will be displayed in meeting rooms where clients, community members, and leaders will be invited on a regular basis. Artists are asked to send pictures of their work via email for a preview (with sizes), though there is no jury selection process. Artwork will be displayed in quarterly installments (3 month period), and is to be hung and removed by the artist. Artists are welcome to visit the space beforehand, and are invited to contact the office to make arrangements for displaying their work. Call Diana at 416-432-2572 or email: Nathaniel.Erskine-Smith.C1(at)parl.gc(dot)ca
The Big Picture – Collective Art Project
The Big Picture is a collective art project where people around the world are collaborating to create a big mosaic picture from thousands of drawings. This project outlines the connections between individuals from all around the world and can be seen as a giant conversation taking place between all the participants through a dynamic and monumental art work. Learn more.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham - Artist Level Membership
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham introduced the new Artist Level membership, launching summer 2015. The Artist Level membership (eligible for those 18 years or older) allows special access to the gallery's facilities, discount on art programs, reciprocal admission to 70+ participating Ontario Arts Galleries, and also a 10% discount at all Curry's Artists' Material locations. Learn More.
FILM & PERFORMING ARTS
York Region Association of Young Artists - Open Mic Nights
We invite all singers & performers that are looking for a family-friendly venue to perform in. We also invite a featured host for our events that are in the music industry and may have something to share with our guest performers.
Contact: Omar Rayman at 647-919-6627 or omar [dot] rayman [at] gmail [dot] com
Choirs Ontario- Dynamic Submissions
SPRING ISSUE: submission deadline May 15, 2019; publication date June 15, 2019
Does your choice have some interesting news to share? Send us the details and we'll include your story in our next Dynamic newsletter. Topics for feature articles may include repertoire, choral history, performance practice, choral composers and conductors (including interviews), rehearsal techniques, vocal technique, choir management and organization, choral music education, and sociological aspects of choral singing. Learn more.
WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES: Creative Writing Workshops (Firefly Creative Writing)
Deadline: Until Filled
Firefly Creative Writing offers a variety of creative writing workshops this Spring. Whether you are a beginner looking for a fun and easy creative writing workshop, a seasoned writer who wants an intensive experience with coaching to reach a deadline or goal, a seasoned writer ready to write a memoir, or are interested in delving into the world of poetry, there is a class for you. Full details HERE.
F(r)iction is open for submissions year-round. We accept short fiction and creative nonfiction (up to 7,500 words), poetry (up to three pages per poem), and graphic stories or comics written in English from writers located anywhere in the world.
At F(r)iction, we pride ourselves on publishing the best writing regardless of genre, style, or origin. This means that we accept work of all kinds, including genre writing and experimental literature. We seek work that actively pushes boundaries, that forces us to question our traditions and tastes. We seek that feeling of being stunned, that gut-punch that inevitably follows an incredible piece of writing. If your work takes risks, then we want to read it. Learn more.
Payment Policy: $10 per final printed page. Free contributor’s copy of the publication.
Toronto Digital Projects – Call for Digital Projects
Deadline: Ongoing - contact the TDP for details.
Toronto Digital Projects is a curated virtual gallery for emerging artists creating digital paintings, animations, videos, GIFs and other forms of post-Internet art. Projects selected for the site should be innovative in their use of digital media. Learn More
LaVaLab – Opportunity to set up a Free Profile
LaVaLab invites all Artists and Writers to set up a FREE profile including a bio and multiple frames to upload examples of work, complete with the ability to sub-categorize each piece for easy LaVaLab visitor searches. Artists and/or Writers can connect with each other, gain a new audience, access potential buyers and promote themselves with LaVaLab. The Editorials aim to keep creative talent abreast of relevant industry news, trends, events, competitions and professional opportunities. Learn More
Owl Ridge Acres - Self Guided Residencies
Now accepting applications for Fall and Winter residencies. Owl Ridge Acres is a new creative residency hosting multidisciplinary artists, writers, musicians or photographers to focus on their practice. ORA offers weekly, monthly and seasonal self-guided residencies as well as daily retreats. Located in the town of Bancroft, Owl Ridge Acres offers a beautiful rural setting on a hobby farm surrounded by the rugged terrain and provincial parks of Central Ontario. Private rooms, studio/workshop space and common areas are all available to use over your stay. Learn More