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The OCAD U Learning Zone is seeking WORKS IN PROGRESS or UNFINISHED WORKS of all mediums from student and emerging artists and/or designers for the group exhibition “[click here to edit]” curated by Salisa Jatuweerapong. This exhibition will run from December 17th to Janurary 21st. 

 
DateWednesday, November 14, 2018 - 12:15pm

Email

salisajat@yahoo.com

Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/177232479859265/

Location

113 McCaul Street, Level 1. also accessible from 122 St. Patrick Street

The OCAD U Learning Zone is seeking WORKS IN PROGRESS or UNFINISHED WORKS of all mediums from student and emerging artists and/or designers for the group exhibition “[click here to edit]” curated by Salisa Jatuweerapong. This exhibition will run from December 17th to Janurary 21st. 

Every artist has that old work that they've lost inspiration for or simply ran out of time to do and never finished; this exhibition aims to shine a light on those neglected pieces. It's a sort of ode to the constantly-traveling, fickle mind of the artist; the unconventional processes; the abandoned. The exhibition also aims to explore the true concept of "finished", and its finality--how does one decide that? Is an artist's "unfinished" another viewer's "finished"?

Priority consideration will be given to artists that identify as Indigenous, Black, people of color, women, LGBTQ2+, people with disabilities, and members of other marginalized communities. OCAD students & alumni will also be given priority, though ANY emerging artists can submit. Artists may submit multiple works; if the works are unrelated please submit as separate forms or email. 

There is no submission fee. Unfortunately we cannot cover any transportation costs for works; if you are located outside Toronto you may submit digital work to be displayed on our TV screen. We are sadly unable to pay artists at this time. 

Accepted works will need to be dropped off at the Learning Zone by December 10th. ALL MEDIUMS ACCEPTED! ALL LEVELS OF PROGRESS!

DEADLINE: Sunday, December 2nd, 11:59PM
SUBMIT ONLINE: https://goo.gl/forms/gYURizqNY5RpFRoo1

OR: Send an email to salisajat@yahoo(.)com, subject line “click here to edit – [your name]” with your name; Program of Study & Year Level; Title, medium, and size of work(s) to be exhibited; on a scale of 1-10 how finished you consider your work to be; why it's unfinished (optional); and supporting visual (and/or written) documentation.

If you have any questions or need any assistance with your submission please contact Salisa Jatuweerapong at salisajat@yahoo(.)com.

DateWednesday, November 14, 2018 - 12:15pm

Email

salisajat@yahoo.com

Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/177232479859265/

Location

113 McCaul Street, Level 1. also accessible from 122 St. Patrick Street

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 12:15pm

The OCAD U Learning Zone is seeking WORKS IN PROGRESS or UNFINISHED WORKS of all mediums from student and emerging artists and/or designers for the group exhibition “[click here to edit]” curated by Salisa Jatuweerapong. This exhibition will run from December 17th to Janurary 21st. 

Every artist has that old work that they've lost inspiration for or simply ran out of time to do and never finished; this exhibition aims to shine a light on those neglected pieces. It's a sort of ode to the constantly-traveling, fickle mind of the artist; the unconventional processes; the abandoned. The exhibition also aims to explore the true concept of "finished", and its finality--how does one decide that? Is an artist's "unfinished" another viewer's "finished"?

Priority consideration will be given to artists that identify as Indigenous, Black, people of color, women, LGBTQ2+, people with disabilities, and members of other marginalized communities. OCAD students & alumni will also be given priority, though ANY emerging artists can submit. Artists may submit multiple works; if the works are unrelated please submit as separate forms or email. 

There is no submission fee. Unfortunately we cannot cover any transportation costs for works; if you are located outside Toronto you may submit digital work to be displayed on our TV screen. We are sadly unable to pay artists at this time. 

Accepted works will need to be dropped off at the Learning Zone by December 10th. ALL MEDIUMS ACCEPTED! ALL LEVELS OF PROGRESS!

DEADLINE: Sunday, December 2nd, 11:59PM
SUBMIT ONLINE: https://goo.gl/forms/gYURizqNY5RpFRoo1

OR: Send an email to salisajat@yahoo(.)com, subject line “click here to edit – [your name]” with your name; Program of Study & Year Level; Title, medium, and size of work(s) to be exhibited; on a scale of 1-10 how finished you consider your work to be; why it's unfinished (optional); and supporting visual (and/or written) documentation.

If you have any questions or need any assistance with your submission please contact Salisa Jatuweerapong at salisajat@yahoo(.)com.

Venue & Address: 
113 McCaul Street, Level 1. also accessible from 122 St. Patrick Street
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/177232479859265/
Email: 
salisajat@yahoo.com
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