The Wood Buffalo Artist in Residency (AIR) program is a mentorship opportunity supporting local emerging artists in the development of their artistic and professional practices. This annual program is offered during the summer months and includes access to free studio space, mentorship from an established Canadian artist, and an opportunity to showcase art. AIR participants are also encouraged to lead free creative workshops in rural communities within Wood Buffalo.
Visitor Services Coordinator
Position: Visitor Services Coordinator (Term)
Term: Tuesday April 10 to Saturday May 12, 2018
Job Type: Term, 5 weeks, full time (35 hours weekly)
Location: Art Gallery of St Albert, Suite #100, 6D Perron Street, St Albert, AB T8N 1E4
Workdays: 5 days a week, Tuesday to Saturday *requires weekend work and occasional evenings
Deadline for applications: March 15, 2018
For more information and how to apply, download the full posting (pdf)
Summer Gallery Assistant at Art Gallery of St. Albert
Term: May 15 to August 31, 2018 (anticipated)
Job Type: Seasonal, full time (35 hours weekly)
Location: Art Gallery of St. Albert, St. Albert, AB
Workdays: 5 days a week, Tuesday to Saturday 9 am – 5pm Thursday 12 – 8 pm, includes some evenings, weekends and holidays (including Canada Day)
Wage: $16.73 per hour
Deadline for applications: 5 pm MST, Mon, April 2, 2018.
For more information and how to apply, download the full posting (pdf)
Curatorial expressions of interest
As a new initiative, Latitude 53 is interested in exploring how artists can benefit from having their work shown and contextualized with other artists in a small group setting. Latitude 53 looks to match artists who are exploring similar themes or working within similar practices of creation. Latitude 53 looks to present exciting opportunities for artists to form new insights about their work by organizing small group exhibitions of 2–5 artists.
To this end, Latitude 53 is seeking a curator, writer, or other facilitator to work on a peer-to-peer basis in the realization of each group project for an extended period, in an artist-centred context. Latitude 53 hopes to enhance each artist’s individual work through curation and writing while maintaining an equitable relationship between all contributors.
Submission Deadline: 31 March 2018 at 11:59 p.m. MST
Call for Submissions :: Visualeyez
The 19th annual Visualeyez festival of performance art happens from 24 – 30 September 2018 in the downtown core of Edmonton, Alberta. They invite artists to explore issues around the curatorial theme of forgiveness.
We are seeking works that explore the fragility of the human ego and expand upon the positive nature of gestures of moving beyond and living, reconciliation, and a healing. The submissions should connect with Edmonton and Alberta residents and have resonance within an international dialogue. The festival pays a CARFAC artist fee, two-way travel and accommodations for all artists.
Submission Deadline: Friday, 18 May 2018, 2300h MST
McLuhan House Art Studio Residency
Arts Habitat Edmonton is a non-profit organization engaged in finding, managing and developing space for the arts. McLuhan House is envisioned to be an interpretive centre for Herbert Marshall McLuhan’s life and legacy of thought.
McLuhan House also hosts well-defined cultural programming and curated events that explore McLuhan’s belief that “The medium is the message,” and incorporate the “global theatre.” Artist-in-Residence are expected to provide a minimum of 2 exhibitions/events throughout the term of the residency. These events are at the discretion of the artist(s).
Submission Deadline: April 3, 2018 at midnight
Presentation by the EAC Grants and Public Art Staff at SNAP Printshop
Learn the best tips and strategies for public art and grant applications, better understand how to submit proposals and applications and how to best present your submission to the Edmonton Arts Council. SNAP in partnership with the EAC is pleased to offer this session for artists in any discipline interested in applying for funding through the EAC for both Public Art and Grant programs. An informative lecture will be followed by break out groups where participants can discuss components of the application (Artist CVs, budgets, proposals, etc.)
When: Wednesday, April 11 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Where: SNAP – Society of Northern Alberta Print-Artists Printshop (10123 121 Street, Edmonton)
RSVP: by April 7 to email@example.com, please note space is limited to 30 participants
The Alberta Society of Artists invites all artists in Alberta (must be 18 years of age or older) to submit to the exhibition, “Nocturn”.
The interpretation of the theme is up to the artist.
From the MerriamWebster dictionary.
“The origin and etymology of NOCTURN: Middle English nocturne, borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Medieval Latin nocturnus, going back to Latin, feminine of nocturnus “of the night.”
Deadline for Submissions: November 25, 2018
Notification of Results: December 10, 2018
This Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is an invitation by Arup Canada Inc. representing Alberta Infrastructure to prospective proponents to submit proposals for the provision of Art Consultant to provide strategic Art consultant services and facilitate the procurement process for Public Art for the new Calgary Cancer Centre (CCC), as further described in the RFP’s Deliverables.
RFP Submission Deadline: April 2nd 2018 at 2:00 PM.
The School of Craft + Emerging Media at ACAD welcomes applications for the following limited term faculty appointment starting in the 2018 – 2019 academic year:
Faculty, Jewellery + Metals
The Limited Term Appointment (LTA), Jewellery + Metals, will contribute to the breadth of the Jewellery + Metals undergraduate and graduate programs and demonstrate a critical and creative engagement with contemporary discourse. The initial term of this appointment is one (1) academic year; however, it is subject to review for a permanent faculty position.
To learn more, download this posting: LTA Jewellery + Metals job ad external (.docx)
Applications must be submitted in one single PDF document.
Review of applications will begin on April 15, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed.
Unravelling the Mysteries of Financial Record Keeping and Filing Tax Returns *
When: Monday, April 9, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM MDT
Where: This is an online event.
The presentation will provide an overview of the intersection between the “business” of being an artist and Canadian tax reporting requirements, focusing on what income to report and expenses to deduct.
*This presentation does not constitute tax advice on individual tax filing, please consult your financial advisor or Canada Revenue Agency.
Alberta Foundation for the Arts: Art Acquisitions by Application
This program provides support for individual Alberta artists or an ensemble of artists through the purchase of their artwork as a permanent part of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Collection. The AFA acquires artwork at fair market value. Fair market value is established by the record of sales of the artwork of the specific artist and comparable artwork by other artists who are peers working in similar media.
Artworks in one or more of the following categories are eligible for submission:
- printmaking (excluding reproductions)
- fibre art
- mixed media
- new media (time-based media, electronic arts, audio art)
Eligible artworks must be physically available for viewing at the Capital Arts building in Edmonton, should the program expert panel request to see them. Exceptions for large works may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Submission Deadline: April 3, 2018
Government of Canada: Indigenous Art Acquisition Program 2018-2019
The Indigenous Art Collection in Gatineau, Quebec is one of the most significant public art collections of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada. Since the early 1960s, the Indigenous Art Centre has been collecting works by living artists to create a unique collection that represents the artistic practices of community-based and urban Indigenous artists throughout Canada.
The Indigenous Art Collection includes a variety of works by established, mid-career, and emerging Indigenous artists. The Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Indigenous Art Centre invites Indigenous artists to apply to the peer juried Indigenous Art Acquisition Program 2018-2019:
- artists must be of First Nations, Métis, or Inuit ancestry
- artists must be 18 years of age or older
- artworks must be in excellent condition and available for shipping and purchase
- artworks must be created after 2012 and preferably be unframed and unmatted
- artworks in all media accepted (for example: new media, customary, print, painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, textile)
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2018