Artist Project is proud to support the work of artists working in large-scale sculpture, conceptual art, and installations.
We are inviting all artists to apply. The selected proposal will receive a $2,000 honorarium that will cover any artist and material costs.
Deadline to apply: Monday, January 4, 2016
All applications will be reviewed by a selection committee made up of art professionals and design experts. Jurying of the proposals will take place in early January and the selected proposal will be announced in mid-January.
The space: This is a large 100-foot white dry wall with plywood interior frame (it is 11 feet high) – the middle 20 feet of this wall is used for our Information Desk – flanked by 40 feet on each side.
The proposal can include the back wall of the Information Desk area; however, must be able to accommodate vinyl signage.
Also included with project:
Apply online today!
Deadline to apply is Monday, January 4, 2016.
Tips for a successful application:
|APPLICATION FORM||Complete the online application.|
|IMAGES OF WORK||- Submit 5-8 digital images of your work
- All images must be in JPG format and no larger than 2MB per file.
- Slides, websites, links or PDFs will not be accepted.
|IMAGE LIST||A list of images that includes: Title of work, medium, dimension in inches, and year of creation.|
|ARTIST CV||Resumé and history of exhibitions|
|BRIEF BIOGRAPHY||Maximum 120 words.|
|APPLICATION FEE||$45 jury fee: This fee is non-refundable.
The jury fee and deposit may be paid by credit card (VISA, MasterCard) or by cheque. All credit card payments will appear on your statements as Informa Canada.
If paying by cheque, please make all cheques payable to Informa Canada Inc.
|Front Entrance Project|
|PROJECT PROPOSAL||A detailed proposal outlining your project.|
|REQUIREMENTS||Space and technical requirements.|
|MATERIALS||An outline of the materials to be used.|
|TIME REQUIRED||Time needed for installation.|
For more information on the Front Entrance Project Application or the Artist Project, please contact:
Claire Taylor, show director