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CALL FOR ENTRY

Applications are available for our
2008 ART WEEKENDS
OCTOBER 18, 19 & 25, 26
at
Pick up Applications at:
Guelph Arts Council (Downtown Guelph),
Guelph Artisans Store (Old Quebec Street),
Williams Coffee Pub (492 Edinburgh Rd South)
Incarnate (Wyndham Street North
Wyndham Art Supplies (Downtown Guelph)
or
www.guelphartsfestival.com

DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 2008





CALL TO ARTISTS
2008 SHOWS AT MANHATTAN
Manhattan's Jazz Bistro
951 Gordon Street, Guelph

We are looking for contemporary work that is bold, colourful and
professional to enhance the atmosphere of the club.
Please contact Soan at
elmstar78@yahoo.ca
Shows are one month in length and are listed in
local event listings.



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ONGOING


64 Steps Contemporary Art (Toronto, ON)

DEADLINE: Ongoing
64 Steps Contemporary Art, a rental gallery in downtown Toronto, is now accepting submissions
for summer openings. The gallery has been in operation since 1999 and is dedicated to
presenting innovative and important works of contemporary art. Installation and conceptual works
are more than welcome. Send images, artist's statement, title, and CV to:

64
Attn: Patrick Faubert
1164 Queen Street West Toronto, ON, M6H 1J5
Tel: 416.535.7837





Axis Studios, (London, ON)

DEADLINE: Ongoing
Currently looking for both 2 and 3 dimensional works by local artists.
Covent Garden Market, 130 King St. Open Tue. - Sun.

Info: Jill Price (519) 434-0580 jill.price2@sympatico.ca or Beth Stewart
(519) 668-6743, randbstewart@sympatico.ca





Galleria 173 (Ottawa, ON)

DEADLINE: Ongoing

Galleria 173, a contemporary art gallery dedicated to promoting the arts in Ottawa, is seeking
submissions for all media.  Please submit a max. of 12 slides, and/or photos, slide list ,
cv, artist statement as well as a SASE to:

Galleria 173
173 Preston Street
Ottawa, ON K1R 7P6
tel (613) 230 9903





Two Rivers Gallery (Prince George, BC)

DEADLINE: Ongoing
The Gallery hosts up to 12 exhibitions of art a year in two exhibition spaces.  Emphasis is on
showing work of professional artists and on bringing exhibitions of national importance to Prince George. 
The Two Rivers Gallery is a professionally run public art gallery.  As such it is not our practice to hold
exhibitions of art for the purpose of sale.  We recognize the professionalism of artists,
however, and their right to make a living from their work.  To this end we support artists
exhibiting in the Gallery by providing: artist’s fees as per CARFAC recommendations; shipping assistance –
usually one way; exhibition promotion; exhibition installation; insurance for work in our care.

Send: a current resume or c.v.; approximately 20 numbered slides of current work or work
related to the proposed exhibition (all slides must be labelled with the artist’s name,
title of work, dimensions and labelled clearly as to which direction is up in the slide carousel);
a slide list including titles, date of production, medium and size; a statement relating to the current work;
a clear, concise and detailed proposal for exhibition; a SASE. 
Packages which do not include all of the above will be deemed incomplete and may not be considered.

George Harris, Curator, Two Rivers Gallery
725 Civic Plaza, Prince George, BC, V2L 5T1
george@tworiversartgallery.com





XEXE Gallery (Toronto, ON)

DEADLINE: Ongoing
XEXE Gallery actively reviews portfolios throughout the year from artists living in
Canada that are working in all fine art mediums. Please visit www.xexegallery.com for submission guidelines.

XEXE Gallery
624 Richmond St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 1Y9
T (416) 646-2706 / F (416)646-2707
www.xexegallery.com





Z. Art Gallery Call for Submissions (Toronto)

DEADLINE: Ongoing
Painters and Sculptors interested in showing at new gallery please contact:

Z. Art Gallery
(416) 298-6800








GRANTS & AWARDS


Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation

DEADLINE: ongoing
Funding for artists in the early stages of their careers.  Work must be representational or figurative –
painting, drawings, printmaking, sculpture – NO abstract or non-representational. 
The objective of the Foundation is to promote, by charitable activities carried on by the Foundation,
an appreciation of the traditional expression in painting, drawing, sculpture and the graphic arts,
by aiding worthy art students, artists or sculptors who need further training or other assistance during their formative years.

For applications:
Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation
1814 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3H 1E4
(514) 937-9225
greenshields@bellnet.com




2. The Capitol Theatre (Windsor, ON)
DEADLINE: Ongoing

The Capitol Theatre offers free exhibition space to local artists to showcase and sell their work. Rotating exhibits throughout the year offer patrons and the public an opportunity to discover local artists and purchase local pieces of art. Patrons at the Capitol are welcome to go to the Joy Family Theatre and browse the artwork by this talented artist. All works are for sale, and it's a wonderful opportunity to choose a unique piece of art to have in your home, or to give as an impressive gift. For more information, please contact:
Capitol Theatre, Neda L. Soc
Tel: 519-253-8065 ext 29
Capitol Theatre & Arts Centre
121 University Ave. W.
Windsor









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