Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Closing Party, Calls for Submissions, Exhibition annoucement!

Hello there! Well its March 27th, which means that the closing party for March exhibitions is tomorrow! From 7 pm until 11 pm, come and see works by Laura McCoy in the project space, gaze into the Window Space to catch a glimpse of Ella Dawn McGeough's installation, and check out props and pieces used for the FADO emerging artist series.

Wednesday is calls for submissions day! And there are some good ones this week:

Gallery 295 - Juried Exhibition for emerging artists, Vancouver BC

This is an open call for Gallery 295’s first annual juried exhibition for emerging artists practicing in photography and related mediums. The work in Index is a gathering of some of Vancouver’s most interesting new artists using photography today. This exhibition will not be curated on a theme but rather the work will be chosen on the basis of artistic merit and originality.

Index's aim is to give emerging artists one of their first exhibitions in a professional context, showcasing a series of images and their artistic interests. Gallery 295 provides opportunities for artists by engaging with The Lab’s facilities and technicians.

To apply please email the following information to

-       Include Index Submission in the subject line.
-       10 – 20 images of recent work, jpg format, 72dpi, 740 pixels on longest side.
-       Image list specifying titles, year, dimensions, medium
-       Project Statement (if applicable) max 300 words
-       Artist Statement max 500 words
-       CV

Submission Deadline: April 10th midnight. 

Exhibition Opens: June 7th

Summerworks Live Art Series - August 8-18th

SummerWorks Performance Festival is now accepting submissions to it's Live Art Series. 

Established in 2012, the Live Art Series runs concurrently with the Festival main and offers a platform for experimental and experiential approaches to performance. Live Art seeks to create work that is experiential, work that exists solely in the space and time-frame of the performance in interaction with the performer and audience.

They are looking for artists working in, or experimenting with notions of Live Art. Submissions are encouraged from artists working in all artistic genres, with the only specification being that the work must encapsulate a form of live performance in an 
untraditional space and it must consider the presence of the audience in relationship to the work. The space must be within the parameters of the Festival, which is situated on Queen Street between Spadina and Noble.

Artists are asked to submit a project proposal that is no more than 3 pages. Works that you may have presented elsewhere are welcomed, though they are especially interested in artists building a project specifically for the Festival.

SummerWorks will offer you a fee for your work. This fee will be negotiated between the Festival and the artist, and will depend upon the scope of the work, and whether the work is something for which the Festival can charge an entry fee. Submission fee is 10$

Online applications can be found on the SummerWorks website at

Deadline to Submit: April 15th

Living Arts Centre Resident Artist Program 2013-2014, Missasauga ON

The Living Arts Centre invites new graduates of arts institutions to submit applications for the 2013 - 2014 Arts Fellowship in the Flameworking, Glass, Painting & Drawing, Textiles and Wood Studios. 

The Arts Fellowship Program is an exciting initiative that offers graduates an opportunity to work within a professional studio environment after completing their studio education. this program provides a venue to assist new artists with the production of their first body of work in a specialized studio. Based on studio availability, fellowships will be awarded to recent graduates in flameworking, glass, painting & drawing, textiles and wood.

The program requires specific amounts of studio time and dedication per week depending on medium, and offers subsidized studio fees, an opportunity to sell work in the Centre's Gift shop, opportunities of collaboration between other artists and access to critique of the work produced. 

To be eligible, applicants must be new graduates (within two years of graduation) of a post-secondary school degree is studio arts, or of an educational equivalent.

Application Deadline: Monday May 27, 2013

Eastern Edge Gallery, Dreamworlds, August 14-18, 2013 in St. John's, NL

Eastern Edge Gallery is looking for artists to engage with our theme Dreamworlds for the Art Marathon Festival, a celebration of contemporary art held each August in St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador. Individuals, groups and collectives in all visual arts media may apply. So dream big! Artists are encouraged to propose a variety of contemporary art actions, both large and small, which may include:

• performances (site-specific or staged)
• local community collaboration (participatory art works or interventions into public space)
• video/sound/off-site installation
• related workshops (for all ages or specific)

The Art Marathon Festival will take place August 14th to 18th 2013 in St. John’s, Newfoundland. 

Professional fees are paid; exhibition, artist talk, workshop when applicable. Travel will be paid and accommodations provided.

Artist project proposals should be sent via email to or FTP links are also acceptable.

Please contact Kailey Bryan at or Mary MacDonald at with any questions.

Information on submission requirements can be found at:

Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2013

Centre3 for Print and Media Arts, applications for the Emerging Print Media and/or Media Arts Residency Program, Hamilton ON
Centre3 for Print and Media arts is now accepting applications for their Emerging Print Media and/or Media Arts residency. The residency will be up to three months and successful candidates may present an exhibition of the work created during the residency in the Members' Gallery. 
Applicants must be either currently enrolled in an udergraduate or postgraduate programme with a major in print media and/or media arts, or be a recent graduate (within the last 2 years) from programs including print media or media arts. They must have sufficient technical ability to work independantly in a cooperative facility.Information on studio facilities can be found at
Information on submissions can be found at
Deadline for submissions: May 15th, 2013

Fogo Island Artist Residency, Newfoundland

Fogo Island Arts is a residency-based contemporary art venue for artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians, curators, designers, and thinkers from around the world.
Established in 2008, Fogo Island Arts is located off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada. With the opening of the Fogo Island Inn in 2013, Fogo Island Arts will enter a new phase of its evolution, expanding its program to include exhibitions at the Inn, publications produced in collaboration with international imprints, and partnerships with public institutions globally. These initiatives are part of a social enterprise-based business model that will support the economic viability of the Fogo Island Inn and the growth of tourism on Fogo Island.
The programs at Fogo Island Arts provide alternatives to more traditional international residencies and public art galleries in North America — in part due to the resourcefulness and creativity of Fogo Islanders, which provides a vital framework for the organization’s activities.
The residency program brings contemporary artists and researchers from around the world to live and work on Fogo Island and Change Islands. The program welcomes the participation of artists working in a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to: visual arts, new media, design, music, dance, writing and film. For its 2013-14 residencies, Fogo Island Arts is seeking proposals from curators for projects to be presented within the context of the organization's Education program.
For more information contact:
Deadline: June 1, 2013, for residencies starting September 1st, 2013.


Life of a Craphead Retrospective, 2006 - 2056
AGO, Weston Family Community Gallery
Opening: March 27th, 6:30 - 10:00 pm
March 27th - May 5th, 2013
The Life of a Craphead Retrospective is the first comprehensive exhibition of the entire career of Life of a Craphead. Featuring photo-documentation of previously unseen performance works, the show charts 50 years of artistic output from the renegade performance art duo. On view are Amy Lam and Jon McCurley’s early works like “Musical Road” (2007), as well as the decade-spanning project “Yelf” (2042-2056). It is rumoured that The Good Towel will make an appearance. The Life of a Craphead Retrospective also features work by Toronto-based artists and Life of a Craphead contemporaries Swintak and CN Tower Liquidation. The Life of a Craphead Retrospective will conclude with a closing performance by Life of a Craphead on Thursday May 2, 2013.

Life of a Craphead are the Artists in Residence at the AGO in Winter 2013. Life of a Craphead live and work in Toronto, broadcast the monthly performance show Doored, and collaborate frequently with other artists and performers. 

The Life of a Craphead Retrospective was produced with the assistance of Bridget Moser, Matt Smith, Nikki Woolsey, Jonny Petersen, Cameron Lee, Sean Weaver, and the AGO Youth Council.

The Artist in Residence program is generously supported by the J. P. Bickell Foundation. 

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

April Programming at Xpace Opening Reception

Xpace Cultural Centre, 

2-303 Lansdowne Ave (Between College and Dundas)
Friday, April 12, 2013
7- 11pm

Please join us for our Spring 2013 round of Programming. There will be snacks, drinks and artists will be in attendance. Hope to see you there!

Main Space
An Illuminated iDentity
as part of Images Festival
Curated by David Hanes
With Emilie Gervais, Olivia Erlanger, Mary Kidd & Sarah Butterill, Jennifer Chan, Matthew Jarvis Wall, Sarah Wong, Jenna Crook and Connor Crawford 

An Illuminated iDentity brings together 9 artists exploring what cultural identity and individuality looks like in an increasingly immersive digital world. As technology is integrated with daily life, presentations of identity frequently are mediated through this cybernetic lens. An Illuminated iDentity questions what it means to be an individual and how our cultural identities are formed when narratives merge exponentially with digital technologies.

Window Space
The Shelf 
VSVSVS make a series of objects

For their installation in Xpace's Window Gallery, the artist collective VSVSVS plays a sculpture game. Following a series of (arbitrary) rules in a battle against the tyranny of choice, when the game is complete they are left with a sequence of objects that speaks to the process of working collaboratively while valuing the individual. Each object is created as a response to the object preceding it, gradually revealing their shared material fetish, telepathic abilities, and moments of stubborn individualism. Finally, through the magic of the grid the work is evenly distributed with no one thing prioritized over the others.

Project Space
William Christopher Ellis is Dead
Created by Jordan Tannahill
Performance by WIlliam Christopher Ellis 
on April 12th 7pm-9pm

William Christopher Ellis is Dead investigates the malleability of biography, portraiture, and the artist-muse relationship. Jordan Tannahill attempts to fill in the gaps of his partner Will's life before they met and became lovers; fetishizing his humble beginnings in PEI to imagining a life for him as a Maritime hustler-turned-tragic-David Lynch-heroine who moves to the big city to make it in the movies. Filmed over the two years, it is both a love letter and a document of their relationship thus-far.

External Space
This Goes Out To All My Girls
Elise Boudreau Graham

Located on the OCAD U campus, in the Learning Zone
March 19th- April 23rd, 2013. 

Minus the flashy sets, costumes and props, artist Elise Boudreau Graham mimics the choreography, from subtle shrugs to full body convulsions, used in Beyoncé's Run The World (Girls) music video. Graham operates within the pop icon's system as a method of revealing the essence of both Beyoncé and her own body language. This Goes Out To All My Girls probes pop culture and its use of female icons as conduits to perpetuate damaging abstractions of femininity.

Elise Boudreau Graham is an interdisciplinary artist whose work transpires in the space between personal relationships and the politics of the everyday. She likes to read critical theory, watch bad television, and take to the streets. She lives and works in Halifax, Nova Scotia and will receive a BFA from NSCAD University in Spring 2013.

*This is the final video of a series curated by OCAD U graduate student Jennifer Simaitis

image credit Olivia Erlanger 2013

Friday, 22 March 2013

FADO Peformance, Calls for Submissions

Tonight! Come see Variations on Absurdity by Maryam Taghavi, beginning at 8 pm. $10/$5 for students.

Born and raised in Iran, Maryam Taghavi is a Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist. She received her BFA in 2008 from Emily Carr University (Vancouver). Her work includes drawing, photography, site-specific installation, and performance. Her practice is spread across social and spatial paradigms (the artist has been traveling between Iran and Canada since her graduation), and investigates the enigmatic relations between then and now, self and other, fiction and non-fiction. Examining the corporeal and psychological exchanges between architecture, domestic objects and the human body, she creates different scenarios for contemplation and forms of reception. She has participated in a number of exhibitions in Canada, Mexico and Iran.
"Fascinated by fleeting realms in social and spatial paradigms, my practice investigates enigmatic realtions between then and now, self and other, and fiction and non-fiction. I examine corporeal and psychological exchange in relation to architectural sites, domestic objects and human body to create a different scenario for contemplation and forms of reception."
Lumiere Art Festival, Sydney Cape Breton, Sept 28 2013
The Call for Proposals for Lumiere 2013 is now open. This year's festival will take place on September 28, 2013 from 6:58 pm to 11:58 pm. Applications are now available on their website. 
Held each September, Lumiere is an art-at-night festival that takes place in Sydney, Cape Breton. Each year we seek out fresh contemporary projects in any artistic medium that will provide a new aesthetic experience to the audience. The most successful projects consider the nature of the event as a sensorial journey for the audience and be strong in aesthetic, conceptual and experiential elements.
Application deadline is April 30, 2013.

Open Studio Scholarships for Emerging Print Media Artists

Open Studio – one of Canada's leading print media centres – awards annual scholarships to emerging artists of merit. A jury comprised of artists, curators, educators and/or arts administrators selects recipients. Benefits include:
  • Rent free access to the studio facilities for a period of one year
  • Materials assistance
  • Professional development assistance
  • Tuition free access to Open Studio workshops
  • Exhibition and artist fees 
More information and submission forms can be found on their website:

Deadline for applications is May 1rst 2013.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Weekend FADO performances, CALLS and Exhibitions!

The FADO Emerging artist series continues! This weekend we will see ongoing site-specific performance by Golboo Amani (see previous blog post for her bio) from 2 pm to 6 pm Friday and Saturday. In addition there will be performances by Basil AlZeri running all weekend. Below is the schedule and information. 

Friday March 15, 8pm
Performance (and dinner): T.M.K.L Presents: beit Suad by Basil AlZeri
Co-presented by FUSE Magazine and Israeli Apartheid Week Toronto
FUSE Magazine 36-2: Palestine-Palestine, featuring a project by Basil AlZeri, will be available for purchase. 
PWYC (suggested donation $5-$10)
Saturday March 16, 1pm
Workshop (and lunch): T.M.K.L Presents: beit Suad by Basil AlZeri
Sunday March 17, 1pm
Workshop (and lunch): T.M.K.L Presents: beit Suad by Basil AlZeri

Basil AlZeri
Basil AlZeri is an interdisciplinary, Toronto-based Palestinian artist working in performance, video, installation, food, and public art interventions/projects. His work is grounded in his practice as an art educator and community worker. He is engaged with the intersection of everyday actions and life necessities with art. Given the context of a space, his work strives to interact with the public through gestures of generosity in social interactions and exchanges. AlZeri’s performance work has been exhibited in Toronto (FADO, Nuit Blanche, Whipper Snapper Gallery), Quebec (Fait Maison 14), Winnipeg (Central Canadian Centre for Performance), and Mexico (Transmuted International Performance Art Festival, Performancear O Morir). Upcoming projects include a public performance project with the Ottawa Art Gallery/Creative Cities Conference, VIVA! ART ACTION Montreal, and performances in Chile And Argentina, 2013.

Below are photos of Ella Dawn McGeough and Laura McCoy's works in the Window and Project Space, as well as Cressida Kocienski's performance from last friday. Remember that we will be having a closing party for on Thursday, March 28 from 7 to 11 pm. Xpace is open regular hours to view Laura and Ella's exhibitions in the meantime. 

 Laura McCoy, Project Space
 Laura McCoy, Detail

 Laura McCoy, Project Space

Ella Dawn McGeough, Window Space

Cressida Kocienski, FADO Emerging Artist Series, March 8 2013

Are you excited? Yeah us too.

Gallery 1313

Call For Emerging Curators
The Window Box Project : Gallery 1313

Gallery 1313 is seeking emerging curators to program the Window Box Gallery @ Gallery 1313 . The Window Box Gallery is a projectile-like space that facilitates the production of
innovative work by emerging artists, on projects that go beyond the confines of a physical exhibition space. Exhibitions in the Window Box Gallery feature work by emerging artists,  and are organized by emerging curators. Works are on display for 4 weeks per exhibition. The curators will work with the gallery director in conjunction with other programming.

Interested Emerging curators should send a letter of interest and a current CV. Curators should also have a proposal with prospective artists in mind . Proposals and information should be sent to 

Gallery 1313 is also looking for interns! Check out their website for more information at

NXNE 2013 Art, June 10-16, 2013

Call for submissions to the inaugural NXNE Art Festival. 

NXNE Art is an interdisciplinary creative expression of culture that encourages cross collaboration of the arts. NXNE Art supports all levels of art, from street to institutional. As one of the largest music festivals in the world, NXNE has the ability to create a cultural destination that can support many areas of creation. 

NXNE Art is currently seeking artists, performance artists, installation artists, textile artists, curators, art historians, and creative thinkers of all kinds. They invite artists to submit proposals for the first NXNE Art Festival. They are looking for ideas for talks, installations, public events, performance art, street art, sound art, art collaborations, and any art form to be added to the voice of the city.

Opportunities include: Exhibits at the Art Fair; performance/event openings in galleries; artist talks at cafés; street art in the downtown core. Opportunities will be site specific and based on the art. There is also an opportunity to participate in an Art Fair, held June 14-16. NXNE and NXNE Art will run from June 10 to June 16, 2013. The Art Fair will run June 14 to 16, 2013.

Submission deadline is April 1, 2013 at midnight
Send submissions to
Selection will be made by the NXNE Art Committee no later than April 21, 2013.
For more information on submission guidelines visit:

FEAST hamilton 
a micro-funding project 
(Funding Engaging Actions and Sustainable Tactics)
Do you have a project and need some funding? FEAST hamilton is looking for project proposals for their very first FEAST event.
FEAST (Funding Engaging Actions and Sustainable Tactics) is a series of community dinners and micro-funding events that bring people together with the aim of supporting local projects through funds raised at each FEAST event. FEAST hamilton is interested in projects from Artists that are experimental and push your artistic practice. FEAST hamilton is brought to you by Hamilton Artists Inc and Hamilton Arts Council.
The event includes dinner with a group of attendees who are paying $20 going towards the support of the winning project. During dessert these attendees will later vote for what they think 
the best project will be. 
Proposals are due by Monday, April 15, 2013.
Email proposals to
For more information visit:
Nova Scotia Centre for Craft & Design, Summer Professional Development Residency, April 30th
Each spring, The Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design accepts applications for the Summer Professional Development Residencies in the Ceramics, Wood, Glass, Metal/Jewellery, and Weaving/Textile Studios. The residency will take place from July 1st, to August 31st. The studios will be accessible 24 hours a day. Residents are expected to keep their spaces and the studio tidy, as well as treat the facilities and equipment respectfully there will be a group exhibition of residents' work held in the Mary E. Black Gallery in September the deadline for all application forms is on Friday April 30th, 2013 at 4pm.
Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design 
phone 492-2524, fax 492-2526
Groaners at Videofag
Last month's Main Space artist Felix Kalmenson is curating a show of Emerging artists at Videofag! Come one and come all to the art of comedy extravaganza! Groaners will move you to laughter, confusion, eye-rolling and of course groaning!
March 14th-17th
Reception and Performances Thursday March 14th 6pm-10pm
Performances at 8pm
Curated by Miles Stemp and Felix Kalmenson
With Performances by: Bridget Moser, Dan Epstein and TBA
With Art by: Mike Billington, Derrick Guerin, Reid Jenkins, Adrienne Kammerer, Felix Kalmenson, Michelle Kuran, Cameron Lee, Scott Leeming, Life of a Craphead, Stephen Mcleod, Adam Medley, Bridget Moser, Beth Emily Richards, Laura Simon, Miles Stemp, Paul Tjepkema, Evan Tyler, Elliot Vredenburg, Nikki Woolsey
187 Augusta Avenue
Poster Image: 'I get around' by Derrick Guerin

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

FADO Performances, Exhibitions, Calls for Submissions

The performances for FADO's emerging artist series begin this Friday, March 8th with an ongoing performance by Golboo Amani. She will be performing every Friday and Saturday from 2 to 6 pm.

Golboo Amani is  Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist, who creates works focused on process and research through a variety of mediums including photography, performance, space intervention, digital media, and participatory practice. Concerned with the configurations of power imbedded within institutional structures of knowledge production, Golboo's practice centers on pedagogical practices and artist-run counter culture. Through cross-disciplinary collaborative projects, the artist's recent bodies of work involve facilitating inclusive spaces of agency, organizing sites for generous skill sharing and embodied acts of reclamation. A graduate of Emily Carr, Golboo has exhibited work and curated exhibitions in Toronto, Vancouver, Mexico City and Manila in the Phillipines.

In addition to Golboo Amani's ongoing performances, this friday will feature Planeteria by Cressida Kocienski. Beginning at 8 pm, admission is 10$/5$ for students.

Cressida Kocienski holds an MFA in Art Writing from Goldsmiths, London. Working between video, performance, and text, her research concerns spatial production and modes of narration. She collaborates with architects Nishat Awan and Phil Langley as OPENkhana, with Suzanne Harris-Brandts as O[S]R, and is co-editor of experimental publishing platform The Institute of Immaterialism. Kocienski was filmmaker in residence with Decolonizing Architecture Artists Residency, West Bank (2011).
She has worked collaboratively within Art on the Underground; James Taylor Gallery; South London Gallery; ICA, and Resonance FM. Her films have been screened at the Benaki Museum, Athens (2010); FormContent, London (2010); Pleasure Dome and TSV, Toronto (2012). She has performed at Whitechapel Gallery, London (2010) and Tenderpixel, London (2012).

The list of additional performances can be found here.
Also a reminder that the Window and Project Spaces will be open for viewing throughout the month. The Window Space this month features Ella Dawn McGeough and Laura McCoy is exhibiting in the Project Space.
This week we have an opening by Xpace intern David Hanes at NO FOUNDATION, 1086 Queen West, a project space of Katherine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects.

David Hanes' Totally Barely features two new bodies of sculptural works addressing cultural developments in the use and distribution of images and objects.

The digital images in the series Aware have been culled from online image searches of popular works of art, manipulated with Photoshop's "content aware" function, and printed on nearly sheer polyester nylon fabric and stretched to look like a painting. Somewhere between photography, sculpture and painting, Aware could be understood as image-objects that are innately a combination of all three mediums.

The smaller sculptural works in Hanes' Popular Objects series were created using trending items purchased on eBay. The objects themselves are coupled with digital photographs of themselves face mounted to plexiglass. The shiny photographs act as a digital mirror, simultaneously reflecting and cataloguing these objects. Together, these two series of sculptural works aim to represent the translation of auratic value from the dematerialized online world into physical space, questioning the possibility of these extracted objects holding any of their original desirability.

David Hanes is a visual artist whose trans-media practice explores the space bridging lived experience and art. His work describes a personal relationship to a visual culture that is linked to the underlying currency of everyday life. Exhibiting in both offline and online communities, Hanes has shown work in Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, Syracuse, Kansas City, Vancouver, London (UK) and the Internet. Hanes runs the "sincerity" blog and is the co-founder of the online project

He currently lives and works in Toronto.

The artist writing for Ella Dawn McGeough's work in the Window Space has also recently finished a window display of her very own for Magic Pony. Diana Lynn VanderMuelen's work can be seen at 680 Queen West for the month of May.

Diana Lynn VanderMuelen is a graduate of York University with a Bachelor in Fine Arts. She has exhibited works in various group shows in Toronto including at Narwhal Art Projects, Oz Studios, Twist Gallery, The Gladstone Hotel (which she also co-curated), the 2009 apology project for Nuit Blanche in Liberty Village, and Eyelevel Gallery in Halifax, NS. Diana is an interdiscliplinary artist whose work features drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and installation. This is Diana's second installation project, the first being a one night installation for The Whippersnapper Gallery's fundraiser for the New Traditions festival, featuring Brooklyn musicians Japanther, Toronto's Boys Who Say No and Absolutely Free.

Check out Diana's


Recess in Portland, Oregon is accepting submissions of resumes for The Exhibition For Hire. This is not for a job! But actually for page-length resumes to be displayed on the walls of their space.

This sounds like a neat project! More information can be found at

Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is accepting submissions for their collaborative residency program. Artists of any medium can apply, and for 1 month the selected artists will live and create together on site in a cottage-style farm house and have 24 hour access to the central facilities and 180 acres of land that surround the centre. Artists will be asked to commit to some work on their organic garden and to offer art workshops in their medium of choice during their stay.

To apply, pease send an artist CV, image list, up to 10 jpg images and an artist statement to by March 15th. 

918 Bathurst is having a call for submissions for In The Darkroom 2.0: Contact. This is a great opportunity to show work in the annual CONTACT Photography Festival, which takes place during the month of May and features over 1500 Canadian and International artists at over 175 venues. 

918 Bathrust Centre for Culture, Arts, Media and Education is seeking submissions from photographers working in analogue and/or alternative photographic processes, such as 35mm photography or other film negatives, pinhole, collodion/wet plate, silver gelatin, platinum prints, camera obscura, lomography, photograms, or other experimental uses of the wet/dark room experience. The exhibition will consist of two components: on April 26th they will display all accepted submissions in a public showcase and celebration. The voting public and elite jury will select the pieces that will comprise the official two-week exhibition in Gallery 918 from May 7-21. Selected artists will be eligible for awards provided by their partners.

Deadline is March 22nd. More information on submitting can be found at

Blink Gallery in Ottawa is accepting submissions for their 2013 Exhibition Season (June to September). Exhibitions are one to two weeks in length and feature the work of member and guest artists. Blink is a non-profit, Ottawa-based artist collective that supports professional contemporary artists with an interest in exploration. Emphasis is place on using the gallery space as a laboratory for creative approaches and interventions.  Artists working in all disciplines are encouraged to apply, especially submissions of curated and group exhibitions. Artists from outside the Ottawa area are welcome to submit however Blink does not cover transportation, accomodation or other exhibition-related costs.  

All submissions are juried by Blink. Successful candidates are invited to exhibit at no charge, but are expected to arrange their own openings and gallery-sit for the duration of their exhibition. Each exhibit opens with a Thursday evening vernissage and runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Blink will provide a card listing the exhibition schedule for the season.

Submission deadline is March 31, 2013. For more information visit