Harcourt House Artist Run Centre is an artist-run, charitable organization that promotes contemporary visual art to interested individuals and organizations by providing education, exhibitions and resources. It is a destination for contemporary visual art for emerging and established artists. Harcourt is a centre of excellence that is active in community participation, provides targeted programming and is sustainable.
Harcourt House supports eight exhibitions annually in this space and only applications from established artists, local, national or international, will be considered for this space. Individual artists and groups are open to submit to the Main Gallery as long as they meet the definition of an established artist. Please see definitions below.
The Main Gallery has two programming deadlines in a year: June 30 and November 30.
The Rogue Gallery, located just inside Eastern Edge Gallery, is a small contemporary/alternative art exhibition space devoted to new and emerging artists, student work, and works in progress, small works, experimental pieces and special projects. The Rogue is not intended as a space for commercial art.
Rogue exhibition applications are not juried by a programming committee. Instead, applications are drawn at random on the following deadline:
December 15 – four applications for exhibitions between January and April are drawn.
Black Water Art is a metaphor for the conceptual transition from one space to another. This event transforms the White Water Gallery Artist-Run Centre into a commercial venue for a short exhibition each year. During this time artwork will be installed in a salon style exhibition and sold on site. 100% of each sale goes directly to the artistmaking this a unique commercial opportunity for participants.
The exhibition runs from January 18th to February 16th, 2013 with an opening reception on January 18th at 7pm.
Gallery 44 is a third party recommender in the Ontario Arts Council’s Exhibition Assistance Program. We accept applications for exhibition assistance from Ontario artists with a confirmed exhibition of photography or photo-based work. Applications must be received prior to the opening date of the exhibition and no later than our deadlines of January 15 and June 1st. Applications may be submitted up to one year in advance of the exhibition. Please do not call or email to inquire about remaining funds in our budget, Gallery 44 ensures that funds are available for both our deadlines.
Open Studio is an artist-run printmaking centre that presents a wide range of print media-based works from traditional to experimental, including work that, although not produced using traditional printmaking techniques, shares through its conceptual concerns a relationship to printmaking. Accepted formats include: 2 and 3-dimensional works, bookworks, digital and multi-media installation-based work. Proposals by individual artists, groups and curators will be considered.
Submissions are accepted to exhibit in the Open Studio Gallery twice annually.