FCA Toronto is a new chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists formed last year by OSA member Alan Douglas Ray. A chapter of the FCA has not existed in the province of Ontario since the early 1960’s! FCA Toronto’s mission is to offer exhibition, education, and networking opportunities to FCA member artists, to promote their artwork; and to advance the knowledge and appreciation of art and culture in our area.
FCA Toronto currently has 45 artists associated with it, several of whom are members of the OSA as well.
FCA Toronto’s inaugural exhibition will take place online this summer, August 4 to September 7.
FCA Toronto invites all artists who are FCA members in good standing with Active or Signature status to participate. The submissions and jurying process is being managed directly by the FCA in Vancouver.
Deadline for Submissions is Friday July 17, 2020.
The details can be found on FCA Toronto’s Call for Entry page.
To start the submission process, click the exhibition banner image below or this link to our submissions page on the FCA website.
This exhibit is in partnership with York Pride in recognition of their 20th anniversary.
CALL FOR ART SUBMISSIONS
York Pride 2020: “Just Be” Art Exhibition
Submission Deadline: Sunday, April 26, 2020 EST 11:59 p.m.
This year “JUST BE” ART EXHIBITION welcomes you to celebrate our history, diversity and courage through York Pride’s 20th Anniversary. It’s our pleasure to invite 2SLGBTQ+ artists and allies of York Region and beyond to share their voices, stories and perspectives through visual art reflecting on what this milestone means to them and their community.
York Pride shines a light on human diversity within York Region through its annual events and initiatives, providing residents with opportunities to express and celebrate their sexualities and gender identities. Together, York Pride and the Town of Newmarket aim to foster and support living free of fear and discrimination. However, homophobia and lack of acceptance remains a reality for the 2SLGBTQ+ community. This exhibition will provide a platform for these unique voices to be heard. The progressions, achievements and setbacks, faced in the last 20 years and before, play an important part in our collective history and personal narratives. We eagerly await the many contributions the 2SLGBTQ+ community will make in the next 20 years!
Exhibition will run from May 15 to June 20, 2020
Please visit www.newmarket.ca/yorkpride2020 for more information on how to apply
Cost: No fee for entry
Eligibility: 2SLGBTQ +/ allied emerging or established artists and makers are invited to apply. Open to York Region residents and beyond. Each applicant can submit up to two (2) pieces of artwork in any medium for consideration. All mediums of art are eligible (e.g. photography, painting, sculpture, multimedia, video, etc.) For individuals under the age of 18 years, parental/guardian contact information is required to enter.
Submission Details: Submissions must be submitted through the email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of ‘YORK PRIDE’.
|Open Juried Call: Drawing: An Exhibition |
From the cave dwellers of Lascaux to the e-Drawings of our present century, the urge to draw is innate and impulsive.
Artists are invited to submit for consideration up to two drawings that stretch the boundaries of the medium. Be expansive and imaginative with the potential of this expressive form of communication. All types of drawing are welcome: figurative gestures; recordings of history and memory; two-, three- and multi-dimensional as well as site-specific works.
Gallery space is limited. Individual pieces must not exceed 48″ in width.
Two pieces may be submitted for $50 fee (via PayPal).
Janet Read is exhibiting in the group show
The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed
November 8, 2019 – January 22, 2020
Opening Reception Nov. 8, 7 – 9 pm
@ The Orillia Museum of Art & History, 30 Peter Street South, Orillia
Entries for the Colour and Form Society’s 67th Annual Open Juried Exhibition are now being accepted online. Attached is an information flyer for your reference or check the CFS website at http://www.colourandformsociety.org/event/call-for-entry/
The call for submissions to the 10th annual juried Figureworks Prize and Award Show is now open.
Figureworks is a celebration of the art of the human form, held in Canada’s capital, Ottawa.
Each year, we come together to celebrate the human figure through the Figureworks Prize. The call is open to all living artists, in Canada and internationally, working in all media who wish to submit recent works that represent the human form or parts thereof. Entry fees go directly to operational costs and prize money. The total prize value in 2018 was $7,000.
Submission Deadline is September 30, 2019.
Artists may submit online through the Figureworks website, www.figureworks.org.
Fee: $35 (US) for one entry, $50 (US) for two. Please note that we do have a reduced submission fee for students.
Location: Saint Brigid’s Center for the Arts, Ottawa, Canada.
The 2019 show will be juried by Michael Davidge, Andrew Morrow and Joanne Stober.
For more information, including the submission guidelines, terms of entry and fees, visit the Figureworks website.
Our mission at Figureworks is to cultivate the creation and exhibition of art of the human form. We do this by providing an excellent opportunity to exhibit artwork of the human form and receive a significant cash prize. We are a volunteer-based, not-for-profit organization. Entry fees and sponsorship go directly to operational costs and prize money. We don’t take any commissions on sales at the Figureworks exhibition — all the money goes directly to the artists.
We are proud to acknowledge Wallack’s as the Figureworks 2019 presenting sponsor. Wallack’s has a strong tradition of supporting the arts, supplying professional art supplies through their stores, and representing artists through their gallery.
Figureworks is also sponsored by Wallack Galleries, Rosemary Brushes, Rothwell Gallery, Patrick Gordon Framing, Sivarulrasa Gallery and St. Brigid’s Center for the Arts.