Friday, 22 February 2013

March Programming at Xpace

Please join us for our upcoming round of exhibitions with a closing party for our three on-site gallery spaces. Artists will be in attendance and there will be snacks and drinks.

Xpace Cultural Centre
303 Lansdowne Ave, Unit 2 Main Floor
Thursday, March 28th 7- 11pm

Blinded by the Light
Ella Dawn McGeough

"Dazzlement is night in broad daylight, the darkness that rules at the very heart of what is excessive in light's radiance."1 

We cannot trust our eyes, they seek out dazzle as a reassuring distraction but quickly become arrested in a state of optical vertigo. 'Blinded by the Light (2)', Ella Dawn McGeough's most recent edition to a series of large site specific collages using holographic and mirrored vinyl interjected with images of snakeskin and marble offer a gateway and a warning. 

1. Michel Foucault, Madness and Civilization: A history of insanity in the age of reason. 

Fado Emerging Artist Series 2013: .site.specific.
Curated by Franscico-Fernando Granandos
with Basil AlZeri, Golboo Amani, Cressida Kocienski and Maryam Taghavi
.sight.specific. proposes performance art as the staging of sight as site: observation as contour, terrain, and architecture for modes of aesthetic embodiment. The project consists of four commissioned live works in search for situated perspectives on the possibilities of performance as a contextual spatial practice. The works situate artists and audience by trading knowledge on the streets, tracing trans-planetary sight-lines, creating home and hospitality in real time through cyberspace, and staging variations on absurdity. The shapes of these relationships brings into focus questions of knowledge and memory, contact and distance, longing and belonging.

For a full schedule of performances see here:

hows the words
Laura McCoy

The works in hows the words consider their surrounding physical space though a syntax of objects and gestures, treating each piece as though it occupies the position of a word which is activated through an operation. In considering this larger structure, a fleeting plurality of thought is introduced. Through low techniques and economy of form, each piece carefully occupies a place between mediums and embraces its ultimately unwavering location.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Workshops! Submissions! Residencies! Exhibitions!

Hey everyone, 

Lots of new things this week, first on the list is an upcoming workshop at Xpace. Register now, space is limited!

Saturday March 2 2013, 1-4 pm

Having a hard time finding a good image of your work? Let us help you help yourself! Join Lili Huston- Herterich in the pursuit of the perfect documentation image. Covered in glass? 3-D? Dirty wall? Bad shadows? We’ll fix them all, together, from lighting to post.

This workshop will cover:
-how to photograph your work (object on a plinth, 2D piece on the wall; framed and unframed, and video projection)
-hands on shooting experience
-basic photoshop tutorial in photo editing

This workshop is free but is on a first come first serve RSVP basis. Contact to reserve your spot.
Lili Huston-Herterich is an artist and curator living in Toronto. She established Butcher Gallery, an independent project space, in 2009 with Brad Tinmouth, and the two continue to direct the space. Huston- Herterich held the position as co-director and O’Born Contemporary from 2010 to early 2013, when she stepped down from the position to accommodate her studio practice. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Mercer Union Centre for Contemporary Art, and was recently recognized on Blouin ArtInfo’s Canada’s Top 30 Under 30 for her independent success with Butcher Gallery. Her work was most recently exhibited in the group show De-Accessioned, curated by Lucas Soi, at Cooper Cole Gallery in December 2012.
*image credit Pillars of the Home, Lili Huston-Herterich 2012
#Hashtag Gallery - Just My Type

#Hashtag Gallery is pleased to announce their 3rd group exhibition show titled “JUST MY TYPE”, and they are looking for artist submissions to fill the walls with great TYPOGRAPHY based artwork. 

All submissions must follow the guidelines of the Gallery:

  • Each artist can submit up to 3 pieces with a $20 submission fee per artist. All artwork must be ready to hang upon submission
  • Artwork submitted cannot be priced above $200, so size work appropriately.
  • Upon sale of the piece, the gallery and the artist will split the price of the art, with the gallery taking a 45% comission.
All artwork must be submitted in person. Their address is:
#Hashtag Gallery Ltd.
801 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON, M6J 1V2
 For any additional inquiries please call us at 416-861-1866, or email us at
Show Runs: March 14-17th
Deadline for submission: March 8, 2013

Third Space Gallery - St. John's NL, 2013-2014 programming

Third Space Gallery invites artists to submit proposals for upcoming programming in 2013-2014. Third Space continues its nomadic existence as a gallery; with no physical gallery space, they partner with various organizations and establishments in the city of Saint John to house the work.

Third Space will consider interdisciplinary submissions and is committed to representing local, regional and national professional contemporary artists.They’ll be looking for submissions of contemporary painting, sculpture, printmaking, performance projects, new media, or other works that look to engage the public in relevant topics of the day.


  • Email submissions must be date stamped by 9pm.
  • A clear and concise description of project, including equipment requirements (maximum 700 words)
  • Maximum 10 images (JPEG, 300 dpi)
  • Numbered image list, including title, medium, dimensions, year (where applicable)
  • If including digital video and/or audio files (less than 5MG each) please include a weblink
  • Artist CV (maximum 3 pages)
  • Artist statement (maximum 250 words)
In your cover letter please indicate if you can offer an artist-tak, workshop or presentation, and to what age groups (include brief outline of topic or lesson plan if applicable). Saint John is home to one university that does not have a fine arts program, thus Third Space Gallery strives to fulfill a critical pedagogical role towards the diffusion of contemporary art.

Third Space Gallery is committed to paying artist's fees as outlined in the CARFAC fee schedule. Proposals can be emailed to: with 'Submission 2013' in the subject line. For more information please contact the gallery at (506) 654-1190 or

Deadline for submissions: March 10 2013
fieldwork - Perth, ON, work for exhibition spring/summer of 2014

fieldwork is an outdoor art space dedicated to presenting new, site-specific installations biannually for the public to discover. It is located in a small field in eastern Ontario, close to the town of Perth, next to a gravel road.
fieldwork started in 2008 with installations by individuals from the fieldwork Collective (Susie Osler, Erin Robertson, Chris Grosset and Chris Osler).

Their objective is:
  • To provide a space for creative exploration, collaboration, and exchange to occur within
  • To offer artists with diverse artistic experiences, interests, and practices the opportunity to make and exhibit site-specific work in an unusual, rural, outdoor location. 
  • To attract and engage a wide and diverse audience comprised of people who may or may not be familiar with art and/or the ‘gallery-going’ experience (by being inviting, inclusive, accessible, and engaging). 
  • To broaden the opportunities for art where the outdoors is considered a gallery.
ELIGIBILITY: Artists, designers, landscape architects, or collaborations of people with creative ideas for the fieldwork site (physical, and/or online). The proposed work is intended to be site-specific (ie. conceived of, and relating to the actual site) and may be created in any media. Digital, web-based, video, and/or audio installations will also be considered.

The costs of creation, installation, removal, as well as transportation of work are the responsibility of participating artists. A modest artists fee will be granted to help offset the costs incurred in the creation of the work. In the past this has ranged from $500-$700. When an artist is invited to participate, they will specify the artist’s fee in our letter of invitation. Should funding applications on the part of fieldwork not be successful, this is subject to change.

fieldwork is a not-for-profit project, volunteer-run by the fieldwork Collective. They hope that it provides an interesting, creative process and opportunity for artists and that it also provides a point of interest, discovery and learning to the public. 
Information about the project, the Collective, and previous installations can be found at their website/blog
The first 3 installations are found at our first website

Deadline: March 1 2013


Roberts Street Social Centre, Halifax NS - Spring/Summer Fall Residencies

Since 2007 The Roberts Street Social Centre have opened their arms to special guests for the residency program. This year, residencies are two or three weeks long throughout the spring, summer and fall. Residents are provided with space, equipment and support for their project. We are interested in proposals for projects that embody the same sort of do-it-yourself spirit as the Social Centre, and that contribute in some way to the community and/or the space. We are seeking both local and out-of-town applicants.

To apply, please read over the Residency Information and submit the
Residency Application Form and your support materials to:
Residency Information and Application Forms are normally downloaded at:
Questions? Please contact:
Deadline: March 4 2013
Oxygen Arts Centre, Nelson BC
Oxygen Art Centre is an artist-run multidisciplinary centre in Nelson, BC that provides space and programming for artists and the public to engage in the creation, study, exhibition and performance of contemporary art in all disciplines. The goals of Oxygen Art Centre are to stimulate the creation, study, exhibition and performance of contemporary art in all disciplines, to stidumalate rural cultural development and professional practices in rural artists, to engage in community development through art-based projects, to achieve diversity in all programming and to pay nationally recognized fees and professional rates to all artists. 
Oxygen Art Centre is particularly interested in work with regional relevance, cross-discipline work and work that engages audiences in participatory processes. The Oxygen residency and exhibition program is both by invitation and submissions from professional artists. Proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis and are reviewed once or twice a year in December and June when necessary. Residencies and exhibitions are typically planned two years in advance.
Please consult the Oxygen Art Centre website for specific submission guidelines.

Deadline for submission: Ongoing.


The Beast and Her Magical Diaries - A one-night retrospective of Jesi the Elder at Videofag

Thursday February 21, 8pm

Come journey through the wonderfully warped world of Jesi the Elder, full of chimeric landforms, melting bodies, radical womanhood, sentient objects, and disarming ruptures of time and space.

Inspired by her nomadic lifestyle, The Beast and Her Magical Diaries is a one-night retrospective of Jesi the Elder's animated short films and music videos structured as a fever-dream travelogue. From Mexico to India the evening explores, anecdotally and aesthetically, the impact Jesi's travels have had on some of her recent work. Her animations are also diaries of her most traversed landscape: that of her own vivid imagination.

Jesi has previously shown work in the XPACE window in 2009-2010

Videofag is located at 187 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON


The Artist Project: The Untapped Emerging Artists Competition
February 21-24th, 2013

The Artist Project celebrates its 6th year with another exciting show featuring original works from over 200 carefully juried, independent contemporary artists. Artists from a variety of geographic and creative backgrounds will converge and connect with patrons looking to get a glimpse of tomorrow’s Art Stars. From seasoned collectors and first time art buyers, to gallerists and interior designers, visitors will find this art fair a rare opportunity to meet and purchase work directly from Canadian and International artists.
Discover all mediums, including installations and video art.  Experience special features, Art Chats and docent led tours.  

The Artist Project is dedicated to supporting the development of emerging artists. Untapped Emerging Artists is a juried competition that awards emerging artists a free space at the Show and an opportunity to participate in a professional-level art fair and showcase work to gallerists, collectors and art enthusiasts for FREE!
Selected from hundreds of applications, 14 of the country's best up-and-coming artists have been invited to participate in this special exhibition.

The Artist Project takes place at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place in Toronto.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Grant Writing Workshop / Calls for Submissions

Xpace's External Space has a new exhibition, beginning friday February 15 until March 19, 2013


Curated by: Jennifer Simaitis

Artist: Sona Safaei

Media, as a controlled application dependent on geographical and political situations, is deconstructed in Decenter. The looped video exposes and pokes fun at the conventions and production of 24-hour news coverage. Through the use of jump shots, green screen, and scrolling text bars, Decenter directs the viewers’ attention back and forth between silent talking heads, revealing how news is delivered without delivering any news.
Sona Safaei’s video and installation work explores the notion of self and otherness, the linkages between one and many, and part /whole relationships in a decentralized global situation. Safaei studied painting at Azad University (Iran) and moved to Canada in 2006. She is a current OCAD University student.

Grant Writing Workshop, February 16 at XPACE

Xpace is pleased to present a workshop/discussion with Peter Kingstone (Acting Visual/Media Arts Officer at Toronto Arts Council). He will lead an informal discussion on what is needed for a grant, and will address specific questions on difficulties with translating work to a jury. There will also be tips on how a grant could be written highlighting things like storytelling, audience, history, and documentation.

We will follow with one on one workshops, so feel free to bring a proposal or an idea/project you are working on.

The workshop is free, but please RSVP as space is limited. Email to reserve your spot. 

Peter Kingstone is a Toronto-based visual artist and curator, working primarily in video and photography. As an independent artist, Peter’s installation pieces have been shown across Canada and internationally, and he was awarded the Untitled Artist Award in 2005 for his installation The Strange Case of peter K. (1974-2004). Peter holds a degree in Philosophy/Cultural Studies from Trent University in Peterborough and a Masters of Fine Art focussing on video and new media from York University in Toronto. Peter has presented at many conferences on the ideas around storytelling and social engagement. Peter started in September 2012 as the Acting Visual/Media Arts Officer at Toronto Arts Council.


Mercer Union, Toronto ON - March 1rst 2013

Mercer Union accepts exhibition and curatorial submissions from artists and curators for its Front or Back Galleries, with an emphasis on new work.

They support artists through the payment of artist and copyright fees according to the guidelines established by CAR/FAC (Canadian Artists’ Representation/Fronts des artistes canadiens), and provide installation assistance, insurance, documentation, promotion, and commissioned critical essays on selected projects.

All submissions must include electronic documents on Mac-friendly CD or DVD, including:
• An artist statement (PDF preferred)
• An exhibition proposal including technical/installation needs, time-frame, etc.
• A current CV with full contact information
• A numbered image list
• Ten to twenty images of current work or work intended for exhibition. Images should be JPEGs (1024×768 pixels max.), named and numbered consistently (e.g. 01Smith.jpg, 02Smith.jpg, etc.)
• Other support material such as reviews and catalogues (print examples accepted)
(Note: they do not return submissions)

Submissions should be mailed or delivered in person. Mercer Union does not accept submissions by e-mail. Exhibition submissions which arrive after the due date will be held over until the next deadline.

1286 Bloor Street West
Toronto Ontario Canada M6H 1N9

Deadline: March 1rst 2013

Whippersnapper Gallery  SPACE AVAILABLE: Discussion Den, Feb-Apr 2013

From February to April 2013, Whippersnapper Gallery is The Discussion Den.

The Discussion Den is open for use by anyone for the purposes of private meetings, private discussions, public discussions, reading groups, or any other form of use you'd like to propose. Since the Whippersnapper is 11x11ft, they only have seating for up to 15 people.

They are opening up this space up for use by the public in order to encourage people to have discussions on topics that are important to them. They hope that the small, informal 
environment will encourage facilitators and participants to feel more comfortable in an intimate atmosphere in order to ask ambitious questions, and have challenging conversations. For public discussions or reading groups, They suggest taking RSVPs 
so that people aren't left out in the cold due to lack of space. They are open to any other strategies or formats you'd like to propose.

The Discussion Den is a space, not a curated program. Whippersnapper is making this space available because they are lacking funding to be able to support artist fees for our regular programming. They don't want their space to go to waste while they raise funds for future programs. Whippersnapper regrets that we are unable to supply a budget/fee to the facilitators of public events. They will however, support facilitators of public events in asking for PWYC contributions from participants, the entirety of which would go to the facilitator.

There is no deadline. Space will be given on the basis of 1st-come-1st-serve. They suggest contacting them 2-3 weeks in advance of the date that you'd like to use the space. If you would like to use the space, please email with 
the following information:

1. Tell them what you'd like to use the space for: A meeting? 
What's the group? A discussion? What's the content?
2. Tell them when you'd like to use the space. Please list 2-3 
date/time options if possible.
3. Is phone a good way to reach you? What's your phone #?
4. Tell them a bit about yourself in whatever form you prefer (No 
pressure! Just write a note, link to a website, send a CV)

Accessibility Info and Calendar of Availability here:

LIFT/imagineNATIVE Mentorship for Indigenous Artists, February 15 2013

Do you have a great idea for a 5 minute short film? Explore 16mm filmmaking through LIFT's workshops, equipment and facilities (other mediums may be employed). Shoot and edit your ideas on film, and see them on screen at the 14th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, which will take place in Toronto from October 16-­20, 2013!

You will be provided with a LIFT Membership, and be eligible to enroll in any training workshop offered during their Winter and Summer 2013 calendar. You will be paired with LIFT's knowledgeable staff and a specially selected mentor to help you through your various development, production and post-production stages. imagineNATIVE will subsidize some additional costs related to your project, and facilitate aspects of 
your post-production stages.

This call is open to Indigenous (First Nation, Metis, Inuit, other international Indigenous) candidates living in or near the GTA only.

Deadline: February 15 2013

Complete application and eligibility details:

The Toronto Fringe Festival, Call for Artists: The Visual Fringe

Now in its third year, The Visual Fringe is back, part of the 25th anniversary of the Toronto Fringe Festival. Once again the alleyway behind Honest Ed's will be transformed into a vibrant pedestrian art-market where Visual Fringe artists will sell their wares. In addition to visual delights, AlleyPlays (micro-plays curated in small, unconventional spaces around the alley) will be presented alongside the visual arts pop-up shops, adding to the charm and bustle of the Fringe Club.

The Visual Fringe welcomes visual artists, performance artists and all those in-between. The  tents Fringe will provide can be transformed into classic gallery spaces or interactive performance venues; cabinets of curiosity or quirky general stores. Although the venue is simple (it's a 10' by 10' tent) and technical support is very limited, the space for imagination is vast. The Fringe Club behind Honest Ed's can expect foot traffic of over 35,000 people. The Fringe does not interfere with your art and 100 % of sales are returned to artists. You will be featured in the Fringe Program which is distributed to 15,000 people. 

Entry is first-come, first served. Between 12-24 artists will be accepted. The Visual Fringe runs every day of the festival (July 3 to 14, 2013) from late afternoon to last-call. Artists can apply solo, or as part of a collective. If successful, each artist/collective admitted to the festival can opt for a full tent ($150 fee) or a shared tent ($100 fee) and will be scheduled for 8 days of programming.

Applications open: Wednesday March 6th at 11 am (Note: Slots always fill on the first day)

Contact Claire at or 416.966.1062 with any questions.

Roadside Attractions - Spring 2013 - Winter 2014 Programming, March 10, 2013

Roadside Attractions is accepting proposals for art projects and installations for their spring 2013 to winter 2014 exhibition schedule. Roadside Attractions is a storefront window exhibit space located at 911 Davenport Road in Toronto, Canada. The space is used for site-specific installations and other visual art projects, each running in 6-week intervals.

spring/fall schedule 2013: March 10
winter/spring schedule 2013/2014: June 15

They accept submissions for projects in any media with the provision that it is suited to the confines of the space with preference given to new work. 

Window space dimensions: 152cm x 203cm (tapering to 177cm) x 53cm (H x W x D)

Please Include in submissions:
  •  A project proposal describing the intended work
  • An artist's statement
  • 5 to 10 jpeg images of recent work (72 dpi, 1024 x 768 pixels max.)
  • Details regarding media, dimensions, date for each images.
  • CV is not necessary, but will be looked at if sent.
Submissions are accepted by email only, they will send an email confirming receipt of your submission.

For submission details and other information contact us at:
Roadside Attractions is located at 911 Davenport Road (at Christie Street), Toronto, Canada

Gallery Connexion, Fredricton NB, 2014 programming year

Gallery Connexion is now accepting proposals for upcoming exhibitions in the Rick Burns Gallery, Gallery Connexion's main exhibition space.

Proposals will be for the early 2014 programming year. Proposals must be arrive at Gallery Connexion by 11 March 2013. Proposals can be sent via e-mail.

Exhibition proposals should include the following:
  • 10 – 20 images of proposed project or recent work (JPEG; max 1 megabyte each). 
  • Numbered image list, including title, medium, dimensions, year (Word or PDF).
  • Curriculum vitae (3 pages maximum; Word or PDF).
  • Artist statement (250 words maximum; Word or PDF).
  • An exhibition proposal including space and equipment requirements and description of proposed work (250 words maximum; Word or PDF).
  • Optional Press Kit, including publications, reviews, et cetera (PDF or hardcopy; a
  • self-addressed, stamped envelope must be included for return of materials).
Proposals can be emailed to: with "Proposal – Rick Burns Gallery" in the subject line. Proposals can be sent via post to: Gallery Connexion, P.O. Box 696, Fredericton, New Brunswick , E3B 5B4, CANADA

Gallery Connexion welcomes submissions from artists of any discipline regardless of educational background, gender, race, or sexual orientation. The gallery also welcomes proposals from independent curators. Gallery Connexion does not show undergraduate student work, but emerging artists should be encouraged to apply.

Gallery Connexion is committed to paying artist's fees as outlined in the CARFAC fee schedule.The current rates are as follows:

$1700 for a solo show
$150 for a Talk or Workshop under 2 hours
Up to $200 for return shipping

Proposal Deadline: 11 March, 2013

For more information please contact Gallery Connexion's executive director, John Edward Cushnie at 506.454.1433 or

Centre3 for Print and Media Arts, Hamilton ON, March 8 2013

Centre3 for Print and Media Arts (formerly The Print Studio) invites Canadian artists and curators to submit proposals that explore the creative use of print media (experimental, traditional or digital print) and/or media arts.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted, whether e-mailed or submitted on CD or DVD. Text is to be in Word documents.

Selected artists will be presented in the Main Space in 2014 - 2015.

Each submission must include:
  • A brief description of the specific proposal (thesis, relation to your art practice, etc.)
  • Support material: up to 12 digital files (labelled J-peg maximum 1 MB each) with corresponding list describing title, dimensions of work, media and year of production. Any emailed media arts proposals should be in Quick Time but private website pages may also be referred to giving the exact connection information.
  • A list of any equipment needs.
  • A brief (40-word) biography of the artist
  • The artist's CV including contact information (name, e-mail address, full mailing address and telephone contact).
* CD and DVD support material should be labelled with marker not sticker. CD /DVD's will be returned only if an appropriately-sized SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) is provided. Otherwise it will be destroyed after a decision is made.

CARFAC fees will be paid to the artist(s) selected to be exhibited.

Send submission to: (Subject line: General Submission)

or, if in CD or DVD format, to:

c/o Centre3 for Print and Media Arts
173 James St. N.
Hamilton, ON
L8R 2K9

DEADLINE: March 8, 2013

La Centrale, Montreal QC - March 15 2013

Founded in 1973, and having emerged from the feminist art movement, La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse is one of the oldest artist-run centers in Quebec. Our mandate expands on a history of feminist art practices and thought. La Centrale welcomes proposals from artists and their projects which may be underrepresented within established art institutions. As the center also aims to encourage intergenerational dialogue, they work with artists at all stages of their careers. The centre's objective is to provide a platform for contemporary art in dialogue with feminist thought, gender theory, as well as intercultural and transdisciplinary practices.  We invite proposals for exhibitions as well as performance projects that respond to these aims.
Projects are selected by the Programming Committee, which is composed of artist members of La Centrale and programming staff. Results will be mailed or e-mailed up to 3 months after the submission deadline.

Before submitting a project proposal, artists are strongly encouraged to consult our mandate, submission guidelines and gallery plans. Briefly dentifying why the project relates to La Centrale's mandate will strengthen your proposal.
Please include the following with your application:
  • A proposal including artist statement and project description (500 words maximum).
  • Briefly (min.50 words) identifying why the project relates to La Centrale's mandate will strengthen your proposal.
  • A description of the technical requirements of your project..
  • A curriculum vitæ.
  • Visual and/or audio support material for your proposal :
    • Visual documentation (if applicable) 10 to 15 digital photos
    • Video documentation (if applicable) NTSC VHS or DVD only (10 minutes max).
    • Soundtrack (if applicable)
    • CD or DVD (10 minutes max).
    • Interactive digital or web-based project (if applicable) Website, interactive portfolio or other digital material. CD or DVD-ROM
      * All material must be Mac OSX compatible.
  • A list describing all your support material and visual documentation including title, media, dimensions of work and year of production.
  • A press kit (if applicable).
  • A SASE for the return of your support material. All applications without SASEs will be available for pick-up during gallery hours for no longer than 6 months after the Programming Committee’s final decision and response.
More information and application forms can be found at

Deadline: March 15, 2013

ArtRage Gallery, Syracuse NY - March 15 2013

ArtRage Gallery in Syracuse, New York, a non-profit art organization, is currently seeking fiber art dealing with social justice issues from CNY artists for a group exhibition on “craftivism” set for November/December 2013. We are looking for fiber work of all shapes and sizes and on a wide range of social/environmental issues.

The term craftivism was coined in 2003 by writer Betsy Greer in order to join the separate spheres of craft and activism.  Greer’s self-created definition of the term states, “craftivism is a way of looking at life where voicing opinions through creativity makes your voice stronger, your compassion deeper & your quest for justice more infinite”

If you would like your work to be considered for this group exhibition please email with the subject: CNY craftivism

In your email include either a website link where they can view your work, resume and artist statement or attach your resume, artist statement and up to five low resolution images. Please include title, medium and dimensions with your submissions. 

Selected artists will be responsible for delivering and picking up their art from the gallery before and after the exhibition. The artist may decide if the work is available for sale. This has no bearing on the selection process as our mission is to exhibit art, not sell it. However, ArtRage does require a 40% commission from sales of artwork. These funds go towards the operation of the organization.

Deadline: March 15, 2013