Application Deadline is April 9 for Two Public Art Calls to Artists
April 1, 2019
Calling all artists! Check out these two outdoor exhibition opportunities to showcase your artworks in the capital city this year.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Call to Artists: Commercial Alley Outdoor Art Gallery
Emerging artists and artist teams in the Capital Region, including the Gulf Islands, are invited to submit proposals to exhibit their artwork in what will be the Commercial Alley Outdoor Art Gallery’s seventh annual installation. Located between the 500 Block of Yates Street and Bastion Square, the outdoor art gallery enhances the vitality of the area while retaining the alley’s use by local businesses.
The proposed artwork is to be presented as a series of four 1.2 metre by 2.4 metre panels, however, the artist can cut and reshape the panels within structural limitations. The selected artist/artist team will be paid a fee of $2,250. The artwork will be installed by the City and showcased from August 2019 to August 2020.
Call to Artists: Commute – A Bus Shelter Exhibition
In its second year, Commute isa pilot project in partnership with PATTISON Outdoor Advertising, which will see up to 18 artworks showcased on six bus shelters in Victoria from July 2019 to June 2020. The Commute exhibition serves as an entry point for emerging artists who have had little opportunity to participate in public art or exhibit their artworks in Victoria.
The Commute Call to Artists is open to emerging, Indigenous and multicultural artists, craftspeople and artisans residing in the Capital Region, including the Gulf Islands. Artists may submit up to five suitable existing artworks, or create new artwork for consideration. All works must be original to the artist. The selected artists will be paid a fee of $500 per image that is displayed.
How to Apply
Submissions for each Call to Artists will be juried by a selection committee comprised of artists, design professionals, community members, and a representative of the City’s Art in Public Places Committee.
Proposals must be submitted online. Hard copies and emailed submissions will not be accepted. Selected artists will be contacted in April.
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