The City of Ottawa invites artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install a permanent site-specific artwork for the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) Expansion and Arts Court Redevelopment Project. This two-stage competition is held in accordance with the Public Art Policy.
Indigenous Visual Arts Programmer (term, 13 months)
Download Posting (pdf) Deadline for applications: Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
*Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Community Visual Arts Educator (Contract)
Download Posting (pdf) Deadline for applications: we’d love to hear from you before September 30, 2017.
The Arts and Heritage Foundation hires on the basis of merit. We are committed to the principle of equity in employment. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and Aboriginal persons.
Each tour will last approximately 90 minutes. Tours are wheelchair accessible.
Schedule for Saturday, September 30, featuring Sandra Bromley:
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Schedule for Sunday, October 1, featuring Voyager Art & Tile (Dawn Deterando and Brian McArthur):
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
To register, please contact The Places, Art and Design in Public Places at 780-426-2122 or at email@example.com. Space is EXTREMELY limited (25 spots per tour). Please reserve a spot as early as possible
The Arts in Rehab Council is currently inviting submissions for art displays for the 2018 year for two gallery walls (Blue Curve and Mezzanine Galleries), a glass display case area (Art on the Inside Gallery) and a treatment area (Inspire Gallery). Please see Gallery Description and Guidelines for more details.
A 2-Day Event with different artists in attendance each day! Meet 50 artists, local & from throughout Alberta, with Painting, Jewelry, Glass, Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture & Textiles.
Saturday & Sunday October 14 & 15, 2017 from 10 am – 4pm
Bridgeland-Riverside Community Association
917 Centre Avenue NE Calgary, AB
We are committed to creating an environment of belonging for artists & art enthusiasts alike. We invite you, your family & friends to join us in building relationships & community spirit through the arts in Calgary! Free parking, admission & draws. Major credit cards accepted.
Special residency program by Arteles
for creators of new comic & illustration art in Hämeenkyrö, Finland
1 month periods in April and May 2018
Deadline for applications: 13th of October 2017
Comic Blast is a special residency program by Arteles for artists focused on comic & illustration art. The program brings together creative professionals and emerging artists from around the world for a 1-month residency in Hämeenkyrö, Finland, at the facilities of Arteles Creative Center.
The Edmonton Arts Council is inviting artists who live in Edmonton to submit a proposal to become the first artist-in-residence hosted by the City of Edmonton Waste Management Centre. The selected artist will ideally commence residency in the late fall of 2017, for an anticipated six-month period (terms negotiable/flexible).
The Edmonton Waste Management Centre (EWMC) is a unique collection of advanced waste processing and research facilities where municipal waste is transformed into useful resources. The Centre is 233 hectares in size; the Composting Facility alone occupies space equivalent to almost five football fields. On average, 4,500 trucks bearing 9,800 tonnes of material cross the scale every week. Over 15,000 students, teachers and adults tour the Centre each year.
The artist-in-residence will develop a body of artistic work while interacting with the staff and tour groups in and around the EWMC site. The artist will ideally reflect their residency experience through their work, and potentially mentor the artistic expression of interested staff and community.
In 1918, a mysterious illness swept the globe. It struck erratically and swiftly, seeming to target otherwise healthy young adults. Its victims could be well in the morning and dead by nightfall. The Spanish Flu, as the pandemic came to be known, was indiscriminate and it was ruthless: estimates place the worldwide mortality rate between 20 and 100 million people. Roughly one in six Canadians perished. More than 4,000 Albertans, almost 10% of the province’s population, died within four months. What happened? And what did it mean for the young province of Alberta?
100 years later, the Borealis Gallery at the Legislative Assembly Office is curating an exhibition to examine the realities, conditions, and legacies of the Spanish Flu in Alberta. Opening in Edmonton October 2018, the exhibition will explore how individuals, communities, and the province were affected by this international pandemic.
We are interested in past work, current work, and in artwork created specifically to align with the themes of this exhibition. As part of our commitment to encourage and foster a vibrant Alberta arts scene, exhibiting artists will be compensated for their contributions. We use CARFAC schedules as a guide when determining compensation rates.
Application Deadline: November 1, 2017, 4:00 pm MST