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Thursday, March 12, 2015

RECESS @ Artscape Youngplace

Join us for RECESS –
a community open house featuring
Art * Live Music * Creation * Conversation * Performance * Arts Market * Food & Drinks

430PM – 10PM
Artscape Youngplace
180 Shaw Street, Toronto, Ontario
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Speakeasy, OCAD: A Town Hall Pub Night

Come have some food and drink with us at the Student Gallery on March 12th to share your thoughts on the new studio to be built in 115 McCaul, 24 Hour Access, what you want to see improved about your program and the studios you use, what you would do if you were the President of OCADU for a day, and more!

An interactive night for students by students, come speak your mind and let OCAD hear your voice! As students who pay exorbitant tuition fees, we have the right to be part of our University’s decision-making processes. The 24-hour access period that has come about in the past year was a direct result of student initiatives and ongoing student pressure to ensure our administrators are fulfilling their duties to provide the best student experience possible.

This event is a part of the APATHY/ACTION: A Campus Commuity Labseries at the Student Gallery. The student gallery is available for students to use as a study/ lounge/ work space for the month of March during opening hours!

5PM – 9PM
OCAD U Student Gallery
52 McCaul Street, Toronto, Ontario M5T1W1
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Jared Prince: Home Body


It would appear that domestically situated objects have a propensity towards gathering information as readily as they do dust. It is a strange, yet familiar and altogether intimate relationship we share with our possessions. In all of the physical and psychological debris that we burden these objects with, there appears, startlingly, fragments of us peering back. These insentient things whisper to us the deepest of recollections, summon the most impactful of impressions, and ultimately shape us in our inimitable perceptions of them. Each of us carries a personal history which we have a tendency to disperse throughout our homes in the form of material objects. While some of these objects remain purely utilitarian, others we empower with a greater sense of meaning and purpose. How do domesticated objects metamorphose into signifiers of some greater meaning?

6PM – 8PM
Birch Contemporary
129 Tecumseth St, Toronto,
Ontario M6J 262
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Pop Pop: A Pop Art Group Show

March 12th the weather will be warming up, the long cold winter will be coming to a close, and we’ll be hosting the latest installment in our ongoing OPEN CALL Group show series! Come down to #Hashtag Gallery to see (and maybe even take home) POP ART pieces from some of the best emerging artists in the area!

All work will be priced $500 or less, keeping with our mandate to bring you great affordable artwork!

Don’t forget to join us for our opening night reception with food, drinks, and a poppin’ atmosphere

7PM – 1130PM
#Hashtag Gallery
801 Dundas St. W., Toronto,
Ontario M6J 1V2
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SHREDS: New works by Hacking, Remy, Woolsey, Zukerman

New collage 2D works by Winston Hacking, Meg Remy, Nikki Woolsey & Andrew Zukerman

Opening Reception at 7:30 on Thursday March 12th. The show will remain up for one month afterward.

730PM
Weird Things
998 Bathurst St., Toronto, Ontario
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Friday, March 13, 2015

Photopia 2015 Opening Reception

We’re punching up Photopia this year with tropical drinks, new featured artists and extended exhibition dates.

Photopia is your chance to see the best and brightest from emerging and established photo artists, while celebrating Gallery 44’s 35th anniversary! With an exciting selection of framed and unframed artwork, affordable editions, and one-of-a-kind photo and lens-based pieces, you can treat your walls to new artwork, and yourself to a fun night out at Gallery 44!

6PM – 9PM
GALLERY 44
401 Richmond St W, Suite 120, Toronto,
Ontario M5V 3A8
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Opening Reception: Bobby Mathieson “PLATES” and Byron Hodgins “Hollow Trees Don’t Speak to Hollow Me

The title for Byron’s Hodgins’ first exhibition at NSC, Hollow Trees Don’t Speak to Hollow Men, is a reference to the surfaces of hollow trees. It was through observing the nature of trees that Hodgins came to see them as living vessels with murmuring power.

“I discovered that my expressive desire to paint parallels the expressive nature of trees. As trees struggle to grow in perfect balance in accordance to their nature, I’ve taken to finding my own sense of balance in our unnatural environment . Trees have a remarkable ability to seem weightless and balanced, even under harsh conditions; this balance parallels the unification of idea and object in the painting. For example: the weathered rough bark of trees becomes a virtual biography for expressive marks, and a virtual self-portrait for my struggle to express in paint, for a tree is the vital force and symbol of growth. Painting trees has enabled a conversation between the expressive possibilities of paint and fluidity of nature. My realization in painting trees was that instead of being separated from the subject, painting became the subject and the object for contemplation.” – Byron Hodgins, March 2015

6PM – 9PM
Neubacher Shor Contemporary
5 Brock Ave, Toronto,
Ontario M6K 2K6
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LONG WINTER March 13, 2015

Last Long Winter of the season -> winter almost over -> you’ll be complaining about some other weather event soon

Advance tickets are $11 or it’s Pay What You Can at the door. Buy tickets here: https://guestlistapp.com/events/314058

Long Winter is always All Ages, but we regret that the Great Hall is not a wheelchair accessible venue.

7PM
The Great Hall
1087 Queen W, Toronto,
Ontario M6J 1H3
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MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY THOTS


COMEDOWN & MARS PRESENTS…

★ ☆★ ☆MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY THOTS★ ☆★ ☆

Tickets: http://bit.ly/1zWzuXJ

Cash Bar (ID REQUIRED)

General Admission: $10

VIP Admission (w drinks): $20

Doors Open @ 10:10PM


10PM
Edward Day Gallery
952 Queen Street West,
Toronto, Ontario
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Saturday, March 14, 2015

FIELD TRIP: Xpace Open House and Exhibition Tour with curator Brette Gabel

Hey OCAD folks! Connect with the artist-run centre your membership supports! Check out Xpace Cultural Centre, find out how Xpace supports emerging artists and designers like you, find out what’s coming up next at Xpace, and meet the new director, Emily Gove.

Main space curator Brette Gabel will be in attendance to give an exhibition tour and answer all your questions about the current exhibition, Pattern Makers.

Meet at 12pm NOON in the OCAD U Student Gallery at 52 McCaul St (on campus at OCAD University) for hot chocolate and a group trip to Xpace.

Or meet us there at Xpace at 303 Lansdowne Avenue, 1 pm!

Pattern Makers considers the various ways in which textile artists and craft makers employ pattern and repetition in their practice. Artists Claire Bartleman, Colleen McCarten, Sam Pedicelli and Charlotte Moynes use beadwork, weaving, traditional netting and embroidery as mediums to explore self reflection, time, optical illusions, and mistakes.

Curated by Brette Gabel

Also on now at Xpace: slow blink at pink sun by Diana Lynn VanderMeulen in the Window Space and We Dream in Terrain by Dan Frawley in the Project Space.

12PM
OCAD U Student Gallery
52 McCaul Street, Toronto,
Ontario M5T1W1
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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Sunday Scene – Felix Kalmenson

Felix Kalmenson is a Toronto-based artist with a practice in installation, video, photography, performance and sound art. Kalmenson’s work explores the mediation of histories and ongoing narratives by state, institutional and corporate bodies. He has exhibited in Canada and internationally, with an upcoming solo show at Pari Nadimi Gallery (Toronto) entitled A Year in Revenue.

He will talk about the current exhibition, The Unfinished Conversation: Encoding/Decoding

2PM
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
231 Queens Quay West, Toronto,
Ontario M5J 2G8
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Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Play-Doh

Warner Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by Marvin Luvualu Antonio and Robert Anthony O’Halloran

Exhibition begins March 17 till March 31 2015

Robert Anthony O’Halloran and Marvin Luvualu Antonio have embarked on a collaborative venture that seeks to (blend) conflate their distinct modes of production in an unfamiliar space that also allocates them unprecedented access for site intervention.
Bla la bla but really, it all started at home, their home. and Kat’s Kathryn Warner’s.

Originally designed by the soap manufacturing company, Kutol Products, the puddy like substance was used to clean soot-stained walls (before world war 2, most homes were coal heated until the introduction of natural gas heating). Joe McVicker, nephew of Noah McVicker (inventor) discovered that nursery school children had co-opted the product and were making Christmas ornaments with it this effectively saved the company from bankruptcy and catalyzed their then newly formed Rainbow Crafts Company which made and sold Play-Doh.

-In 1957 Dr. Tien-Liu reduced Play-Doh’s salt content, allowing models to dry without losing their colour (In 1958 Play-Doh’s sales reached nearly $3 million)
Also in 1965, General Mills purchased Rainbow Crafts and all rights to Play-Doh for $3 million, placing the compound with its Kenner Products subsidiary.[1][6] In 1971, Rainbow Crafts and Kenner Products merged, and, in 1987, the Tonka Corporation bought the two. In 1991, Hasbro became Play-Doh’s owner, and continues to manufacture the product today
-Demeter Fragrance Library created a limited-edition fragrance inspired by Play-Doh’s odor for “highly-creative people, who seek a whimsical scent reminiscent of their childhood.”[2]

Taking liberties with the DIY nature of Warner Gallery, Play-Doh is composed Composed of flour, water, salt, boric acid, and mineral oil, the product was first manufactured in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., as a wallpaper cleaner in the 1930s.[1] of works that function as architectural intervention and graphic interrogation into the built environment and seemingly stable composition of daily (and academic/art) life.

7PM
Warner Gallery
888 Dupont Street Suite 210
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Submissions / Employment Opportunities

Open Call For Curatorial Projects
Deadline: April 15th at Midnight

Whippersnapper gallery is accepting proposals from emerging curators, arts organizers, programmers, or other cultural producers practicing across disciplines and media.

Whippersnapper is committed to paying fair fees to artists, curators, and other cultural producers (in accordance to CARFAC and/or IMAA). However, we have to pursue funding on a project-to-project basis. This means that upon acceptance, we need selected curators to work closely with gallery staff provide the materials needed for grant writing and fundraising around the project.

About Whippersnapper
Whippersnapper Gallery is an artist-run centre committed to the cultivation of inclusive spaces for emerging visual and media arts, community arts, and experimental forms of exhibition making. We provide artists and cultural producers with a flexible platform and exhibition space to expand the parameters of their professional practice. Whippersnapper is structured to encourage peer-to-peer mentorship and promote success by the artists’ own standards. We facilitate exchange between artists and local communities, and between a spectrum of emerging and established art communities throughout Toronto and Canada.

Located at 594b Dundas St. W, Whippersnapper is at a cross section between three dynamic neighborhoods in Toronto (Alexandra Park, Chinatown, & Kensington Market). The exhibition space is visible to 24 hours a day through fully exposed street level windows. This gives the artists the opportunity to engage in dialogue with a high-volume of diverse audiences.

Selection Procedure
The programming committee at the gallery selects proposals through a jury-based review. Proposals are selected based on consideration of the following criteria:
 
• Artistic merit of the proposed project
• The proposal’s fit with the gallery’s mandate, artistic direction and the intended space
• The artist’s plan for executing/realizing their proposed project

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Call For Video/Media Arts Programmers For Sidewalk Screening 2016
Deadline: April 5, 2015


Whippersnapper Gallery is accepting curatorial proposals for our annual emerging video exhibition, Sidewalk Screening.

Sidewalk Screening Background:
Whippersnapper Gallery started the Sidewalk Screening series in 2014 with the aim to support emerging artists from across the country that demonstrate a diversity of contemporary approaches to video art. Sidewalk Screening 2014 was curated by Mohammad Rezaei, Vanessa Dion Fletcher, and Golboo Amani, and featured 27 artists from across Canada. In January 2015, Sidewalk Screening returned with two distinct exhibitions: sidewalkscreening.MOV and sidewalkscreening.GIF. Both exhibitions were curated by Mohammad Rezaei, Josh Vettivelu, Iain Soder, and Jonathan Carroll, and supported a total of 43 artists from across Canada.

In an effort to expand the reach of Sidewalk Screening, we are inviting emerging curators to propose a direction for the 3rd edition of the series. Past editions of Sidewalk Screening have been a general survey of video/projected art. This year, we ask potential curators to propose explore a specific theme, genre, or vision for the series.

Located at a cross section between three dynamic neighborhoods, Whippersnapper’s exhibition space is visible to the public for 24 hours a day through fully exposed street level windows. Potential curators should keep in mind that the exhibition will be exposed to a wide variety of audiences.

Individuals or curatorial collectives are welcome to apply. As the project curator(s), you will work closely with Whippersnapper’s Programming Coordinator to develop your curatorial plan, write grants to secure project funding, the selection of the works through both this call’s video work submissions and your own suggestions.

To apply for the Open Call for Curatorial Projects and/or Video/Media Arts Programmer for Sidewalk Screening 2016 please visit http://whippersnapper.ca/callforsub.html, to download a full .PDF version of both calls, as well as the application requirements.

Completed applications must be sent as ONE .ZIP file to: [email protected]

Additional Information: LINK HERE

Cal for Submissions: Hard Twist 10 – Memory
Deadline: April 30, 2015

Hard Twist 10 – Memory, the tenth annual edition of the Gladstone Hotel’s signature show of textile-based art, invites artists to explore the many and complex relationships between cloth and memory.

Memory winds its way through textiles, a constant thread that runs through the earliest archeological fragments, the latest experimental synthetics and everything in between. Textiles hold memory, recall memory, record – and occasionally obscure – memory. In some recent incarnations they even have memory.

There are only three criteria; work must:
• be textile or fibre related
• explore or express ideas connected to this year’s theme
• be designed to hang on a wall or be lightly suspended from a ceiling – we are unable to accept free standing work due to the nature of the exhibition space

Additional Information: LINK HERE

Call for Artists: Kensington Market Art Fair
Deadline: April 7, 2015

Kensington Market Art Fair (KMAF) is a curated outdoor art fair focusing on original two and three-dimensional artwork and prints. The KMAF has seen a huge success in attendance and sales in 2014 and we hope you will join us for our second year!

KMAF takes place the last Sunday of the month in partnership with the Kensington Market BIA and Pedestrian Sundays (PSK), which bring in attendance of 15-20,000 people at every event.

The KMAF is expanding to incorporate a second exhibition space on lower Augusta Avenue, as well as 77 Nassau Street. This allows us to bring in artists working in ceramics, fiber art, glass, jewelry, and metal arts along with painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography!

Add your name to the long list of artists who have made Kensington Market the hub of creativity both locally and internationally!

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Long Term Temporary Exhibition at Terminal 3
Deadline: March 20, 2015

Canadian professional photographers are invited to submit work for consideration for a long-term temporary exhibition at Toronto Pearson International Airport. As part of the airport’s Terminal 3 revitalization project, we will install several series of photographs alongside moving sidewalks in a corridor that connects two sections of the terminal. The photographs will be printed in large scale, on vinyl. Up to three artists will be selected. Works will be on display for approximately one year. Toronto Pearson covers all production costs and each artist will be paid an exhibition fee of $2500.

Theme: Canadian national and regional identity

Selection committee:
Lee Petrie, Curator, Toronto Pearson International Airport
Emily McInnes, Founder and Director, EYE BUY ART
Toni Hafkenscheid, Photographer and photography instructor

Submission is online only. For complete details and online application form, click on the link below and scroll down to Call to Artists.

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Feminist Art Conference: Call For Submissions
Deadline: May 15th, 2015

FAC 2015 will be held at OCADU September 24-27, 2015! With an accompanying two week exhibition to be held in the Great Hall exhibition gallery.

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Education Assistant – Summer Camp

Reporting to the Museum Co-ordinator of Spadina Museum and the Camp Coordinator, you will develop and deliver Summer camp programs for children 5 to 13 years of age, and volunteer leadership programs for youth 15 to 18 years of age.
Responsibilities:
•Plans and coordinates Summer programs that introduce children and/or youth to the museum’s history and local environment, and to basic museum concepts.
•Delivers program activity instructions to camp participants who are at various levels of skills and ages
•Conducts hands-on activities appropriate to the program themes including early movie making, art and drama.
•Develops a program and resource information reference document.
•Organizes leads and participates in planned activities.
•Interacts with participants’ parents and caregivers to provide program information.
•Adheres to all policies, safety and security guidelines as outlined in Divisional Policy and Procedure manuals.
•Monitors camp supplies effectively with respect to availability and budget.
•Assembles the supplies needed for activities and crafts.
•Ensures equipment and supplies are available and meet Health and Safety Standards.
•Assists in the promotion of programs to the local community.
•Evaluates the program and provide written post-program feedback.
•Assists in general camp duties.
•Attends and participates in all orientation/training sessions, staff meetings and close out activities.
Qualifications:
•Must be currently enrolled in school full time and returning to college or university in September.
•Experience working with children and/or youth.
•Experience teaching or leading groups.
•Excellent oral communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.
•Enrolled in drama, visual arts, education, Canadian History or equivalent.
•Be enthusiastic and flexible.
•Ability to foster cooperative working relationships and show judgment and sensitivity in dealing with the public.
•Experience in museums, theatre, various visual art disciplines including filming and editing, community service and a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and movie editing programs are assets.
•Standard First Aid/CPR Certification required.
•Candidate must attend “New Employee Orientation” training run by the City of Toronto.
•A Police Reference Check will be required as a condition of employment for this position.
Additional Information:
•This Summer job is contingent on Government of Canada funding through the Young Canada Works program.
•Applicants must be entered on the Young Canada Works candidate inventory to be considered. To enrol, visit http://www.pch.gc.ca/special/ycw-jct/html/welcome_e.htm.
•Working outdoors during the Summer is required.

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Call for film, video, installation & performance submissions!
Deadline: May 4th, 2015

PFVS is an annual festival which presents and celebrates the work of Parkdale’s creative community through dynamic programming including film and video screenings, critical discussions, installations and performance.

THIS YEAR we’re looking for…

1. Film, video or installation work by Parkdale based artists.

If your home or studio is located in Parkdale please submit under this category.

2. Film, video or installation work about Parkdale.

If your work features Parkdale or explores subject matter in direct relation to Parkdale, please submit under this category. You do not have to reside in Parkdale in order to submit under this category.

3. Film, video and Installation work by Parkdale supporters.

If you support the Parkdale community by frequenting small businesses within the Village of Parkdale, you can submit your work under this category. With your submission, please include at least five receipts from small businesses in Parkdale. Please black out any reference to your banking information, scan or photograph the receipts and email them to [email protected] You do not have to reside in Parkdale in order to submit under this category.

4. ReAct: Solidarity Sundays.

This screening features works that explore a socially conscious subject matter relevant to the Parkdale community. You do not have to reside in Parkdale or submit receipts to enter under this category. Your film or video simply needs to fit thematically. For the 2015 festival, the PFVS programming team are interested in exploring ideas around the changing demographics and cultural shifts in small neighbourhoods like Parkdale. Once Toronto’s affluent “beachside playground”, Parkdale in the early twentieth century was comparable to Rosedale today. However, in the mid 1950s the neighbourhood experienced a period of economic decline when it was cut off from the waterfront by the Gardiner Expressway. Mansions, once home to the wealthy, were converted into affordable housing.

Additioanl Information: LINK HERE

Call for Submission: Summer Residency
Deadline: April 17, 2015

If you are interested in applying as an Artist or Designer provide:
1. An artist statement (250-500 words): The statement should give a description of your overall practice as it relates to the project you plan to undertake during the residency.
2. Curriculum Vitae (Max 3 pages): Your CV should include education and exhibition history, as well as any relevant experience, reviews, etc.
3. Visual Support Material with accompanying Support Material List (5-10 images/other files): Maintain consistent labeling of your image files (Ex. JSmith_FlowerPainting.jpg). Send jpeg, mov and/or mp3/mp4 files only. We do not accept Powerpoint or PDF files for image submissions. Video and audio files should be a maximum of 3-5 minutes in total. Make sure that all files are Mac compatible.
If you are interested in applying as Writer/Curator please provide:
1. A research statement (250-500 words): The statement should give a description of your overall practice as it relates to the research you plan to undertake during the residency.
2. Curriculum Vitae (Max 3 pages): Your CV should include education and exhibition history, as well as any relevant experience, reviews, etc.
3. Up to 3 samples of past publications or writing: all samples included should have been completed over the 2014-2015 year. Please provide samples in pdf format.
Please mail or drop off submissions to: Xpace Cultural Centre, 2-303 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 2W5 c/o Residency Application Committee.
Applications may also be submitted electronically to [email protected] ATTN Residency Application Committee.

Additioanl Information: LINK HERE



Submit to Xpace
Deadline: May 23, 2015

Xpace Cultural Centre accepts proposals of all media from student and emerging artists, curators and/or designers. Our programming committee meets twice yearly to consider submissions.
Xpace does not accept submissions over email. Please mail or drop off submissions to: 2-303 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 2W5 c/o The Programming Committee.
THERE IS A PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP ON SATURDAY MAY 9, 2015 at 1pm. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO BRING IN PROGRESS PROPOSALS FOR FEEDBACK.

Submissions (for all spaces) must include:
1. Proposal Application Form (download here)
2. Project Description (500 words max): The project description should give a clear and concrete description of the work you are proposing for installation at Xpace. Please specify which exhibition space you intend the work to be exhibited in. All of our spaces consider site specificity, so please take that into account in your description.
3. Statement (250 words max): The statement should give a description of your overall practice as it relates to the specific project you are proposing for installation at Xpace.
4. Technical Description (250 words max): The technical description should include a list of all foreseeable technical requirements including equipment and materials necessary for installation within Xpace (this does not include materials to create the work).
5. Curriculum Vitae (Max 3 pages): Your CV should include education and exhibition history, as well as any relevant experience, reviews, etc. Xpace only shows the work of student and emerging artists/curators/designers – Please make sure that you fall within our mandate before submitting.
6. Visual Support Material with accompanying Support Material List (5-10): Please maintain consistent labeling of your image files (Ex. JSmith_FlowerPainting.jpg). We do not accept Power Point files for image submissions. Video and audio files should be a maximum of 3-5 minutes in total. Please make sure that all files are Mac compatible.
Make sure that everything you submit is clearly labeled with your name and contact information.
Please take a look at our programming archives to get a sense of the types of exhibitions that Xpace has programmed in the past.
If you have any questions about the proposal process please contact either Adrienne Crossman at [email protected] or Brette Gabel at [email protected]

Additional Information: LINK HERE



Call for Submissions: External Space
Our External Space is located on the OCAD University Campus in the Learning Zone. The External Space offers opportunities for media based works, with an emphasis on video, animation, or sound pieces. Screened on a video monitor in the Learning Zone, and hosted on the homepage of our website, exhibitions typically last 6 weeks.
Xpace Cultural Centre is looking for submissions of new or existing video work to be exhibited in our External Space during our 2014/2015 Programming Year.
Xpace does not accept submissions over email.  Please make sure to include hardcopies of all written material and a clearly labeled disk or USB drive with support images.
Submissions to the External Space will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Applicants will be notified within a 2-3 month period.
Submissions must include:
1. Description of the proposed work (Maximum 300 words).
2. Statement (250 words max): The statement should give a description of your overall practice as it relates to the specific project you are proposing for your exhibition in the External Space.
4. Curriculum Vitae (Max 3 pages): Your CV should include education and exhibition history, as well as any relevant experience, reviews, etc. Xpace only shows the work of student and emerging artists/curators/designers – Please make sure that you fall within our mandate before submitting.
6. Visual Support Material with accompanying Support Material List (5-10): Please maintain consistent labeling of your image files (Ex. JSmith_FlowerPainting.jpg). We do not accept Power Point files for image submissions. Video and audio files should be a maximum of 3-5 minutes in total. Please make sure that all files are Mac compatible.
Mail or drop off proposals to:
Xpace Cultural Centre, 303 Lansdowne Ave Unit 2, Toronto ON M6K 2W5.
Make sure that everything you submit is clearly labeled with your name and contact information.
If you have any questions about the proposal process please contact either Adrienne Crossman at [email protected] or Brette Gabel at [email protected]
Please note that applications will not be returned. Applicants will be notified within 3 months of their proposal’s status.  Xpace thanks all applicants for their interest.
Submissions to the External Space will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Applicants will be notified within a 2-3 month period.
Additional Information: LINK HERE