Open Call | Ottawa School of Art Exhibition Programme, Canada

Application deadline: Friday, April 6

The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) is now accepting proposals of current or proposed work for the 2019 exhibition season for both its ByWard campus gallery and Orléans campus gallery. Artists working in all media are invited to submit proposals. Group exhibition proposals are also accepted.

Artists should submit only one proposal and indicate the gallery in which they wish their work to be exhibited (i.e. ByWard or Orléans). One exhibition proposal can be submitted for consideration at both galleries. An application to both galleries must include a clear understanding of both spaces and how the show would differ to best use the dimensions of each gallery.

Proposals MUST include the following information in order to be considered:
1. An outline of intent and rationale of the exhibition, and title.
2. An artist statement and up-to-date exhibition curriculum vitae.
3. Enclosed with the application, a maximum of ten digital images of recent work completed within the last 2 years. Do not submit original work. Please refer to the Guidelines for Support Materials (attached).
4. A list of works containing: name, medium, size and year the work was made.

Conditions of Exhibition:
A CARFAC artist’s exhibition fee will be paid to the artist(s).
Selected artists will be responsible for shipping and shipping insurance to and from OSA.
Any special equipment or display materials required for works in 3 dimensions, video works and/or media works that are selected for exhibition must be supplied by the artist(s).

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