Submissions: works must have landscape as the main subject, (no photography please), Indigenous artists are greatly encouraged to submit work. Works can be in any 2d media provided it is mounted with a wire backing. As it is hung from a chain with an “s” hook this is a must. Works need to be generally less than 2 feet in height 3 feet in width. Smaller is better for the space and sale of your work. Some space for larger pieces as well.
Email: up to 5 submissions. a jpeg no larger than 1000 x 700 300 dpi as attachment. One might become part of the invite. Please specify if you are ok or not ok with that.
Please send a list all works submitted with title, your name, media, size, year and asking price if for sale, and contact info phone or email. This will be needed for labels.
Please put in subject of email, Finding Solace in a Landscape -Submission to the curator:
email@example.com. Once accepted by email drop off work by January 4 (with a clearly marked label on front and back with title and your name).
Show Dates: Jan 20- March 24, 2019
Reception: January 27, 2019. from 12-1pm (please bring friends and snacks to share!)
work pick up (Last chance to meet the artists, take down): -March 24 after service 12-1pm
Neighbourhood Gallery do not charge a submission fee and take no commission. They do not insure work but the galleries
are in a Unitarian Universalist Church. If the work is sold during the show they take no commission but as a charitable organization they would gladly take a donation that could be 10-20% of the price of the piece. Donations of $20 or more will be issued a charitable tax receipt. This donation helps to maintain the gallery walls etc. The Curator will create an invitation and send it to all of the artists and promote the show through NUUC and environs. You are encouraged to invite guests, use your own social media networks and come to the opening and closing. All sales happen through the artist so best contact information will be on the label, email or phone number.
For questions and submissions please contact Lauren McKinley Renzetti, Curator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Call | Finding Solace in a Landscape, Group Exhibition at Neighbourhood Gallery, Toronto, Canada