Hamilton Arts Council announces a call for artists for a Youth and Emerging Artists Exhibition, accepting submissions from secondary, post-secondary students, and recent college and university graduates in southern Ontario. The first Emerging Youth Art Fair will take place at CF Limeridge Mall, October 24th – October 28th, 2018. This exhibition showcases new visual artworks by up-and-coming local creators from southern Ontario. This curated exhibition provides emerging artists with professional exhibition experience and publicity.
Deadline: 1 Oct 2018
Artists may submit three pieces for consideration. Depending on space, only one piece is guaranteed to be exhibited. This is contingent on the quality of the work and the number of submissions. Artists will be notified of their acceptance by October 5th, 2018.
All artwork must be 12 x 12 outside dimensions and not more than 5 inches deep. All artwork should be framed or on canvas; ready or prepared for hanging. For framed pieces, the artwork itself must be a minimum of 6 x 6 and must be square.
Mixed media works that make creative use of the entirety of the square foot area (for example within a shadow box) are considered square. If framed, make sure the outer dimension of the frame is 12 x 12.
Youth And Emerging Artists Exhibition Artist Benefits
Chosen artists for the Youth And Emerging Artists Exhibition will be invited to be a part of the curated exhibition. They will have an opportunity to win a prize in one of four categories: Best of Show Emerging, 1st and 2nd Place, and Best of Show Youth Category. The experience will help build the artists portfolio, c.v. and exhibition experience. It provides for numerous networking opportunities with both their peers and professional art buyers, community organizers,and curators. This is the first ever art fair of it’s kind taking place in upper Hamilton.
About The Hamilton Arts Council
The Hamilton Arts Council exists to strengthen the role of the arts and culture in the City of Hamilton by making the arts accessible and relevant to the entire community. Founded in 1969 and incorporated in 1973, the Hamilton Arts Council is the second largest and one of the oldest community arts councils in Ontario. Originally known as the Hamilton & Region Arts Council and later Arts Hamilton, they have a long history of supporting local arts and culture through publication, advocacy, and community partnerships.
About CF Lime Ridge
From atop Hamilton’s mountain, Lime Ridge dominates the retail scene in Ontario’s third largest city. With its convenient location, accessible from the Lincoln Alexander Parkway, the centre serves the neighbouring communities of Dundas, Ancaster, Stoney Creek, and Brantford. Lime Ridge boasts a GLA of 814,000 sq. ft. It has more than 210 trend-setting retailers, delivering an upscale shopping experience across a trade area of more than 500,000 residents. Recently, Lime Ridge executed a major remerchandising plan for the centre. It brought in many desirable brands such as Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, and Forever 21.
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The 14th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is looking for artists with hand crafted creations to show and sell.
Deadline: 1 Jun 2016
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is set against a backdrop of our gorgeous rolling hills dotted with modern and contemporary monumental sculptures in Hamilton, Ohio.
There are 3000+ annual visitors to the Art Fair.
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is a 300+ acre park featuring modern and contemporary monumental sculptures in a landscape of manicured meadows and natural forests. The park also features an Ancient Sculpture Museum featuring Greek, Roman, Etruscan, and Egyptian sculpture dating to 1550 B.C.
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