Student Gallery Island Residency Call For Applications!


Application deadline is May 16!

 
DateMonday, May 16, 2016 - 10:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

studentgallery@ocadu.ca

Location

Please send all applications to 52 McCaul Street OCAD U Student Gallery

Student Gallery Island Residency

Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island

Student Gallery Island Residency is a week-long interdisciplinary residency open to current OCAD University students. Artscape Gibraltar Point will be your weeklong home base to practice, create and explore the intersections of nature and culture. We encourage artists and designers from all OCAD U programs to apply. This is a weeklong self-directed residency and is the perfect opportunity to explore your practice and the sounding landscape of Toronto Island.

Your home base will be a large city facing studio at AGP that will be shared with OCAD U Student Gallery staff. 5 ferry tickets will be provided.

Student Gallery Island Residency is open during 3, one-week residencies in June, July and August.

  1. June 20 - 25
  2. July 15 - 19
  3. Aug 22 – 27

Deadlines

May 16th:  Applications due

June 10th: Applicants notified of acceptance

All applicants must be current OCAD U students.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Please submit a 250-word application letter telling us about yourself, your practice, what program you are in and why you would like this opportunity. Submit 8 images that best represent your body of work or what you would like to work on during your stay and a current CV.

Please send proposals by e-mail to studentgallery@ocadu.ca by Monday, May 16th, 2016 with the subject line: “Student Gallery Island Residency

 

Application Guidelines (Attachments or Dropbox Links):

  • Application letter (250-word maximum .doc or PDF)
  • Current CV (.doc or PDF)
  • Up to 8 images (jpegs, maximum 1M each) of past work or/ proposed project
  • For time-based projects, maximum 5 minutes of video-support material (.mov, .m4v, vimeo or youtube)



OCAD U Student Gallery Island Residency with event info and photo of seagulls on beach
DateMonday, May 16, 2016 - 10:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

studentgallery@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Please send all applications to 52 McCaul Street OCAD U Student Gallery

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Monday, May 16, 2016 - 10:00pm

Student Gallery Island Residency

Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island

Student Gallery Island Residency is a week-long interdisciplinary residency open to current OCAD University students. Artscape Gibraltar Point will be your weeklong home base to practice, create and explore the intersections of nature and culture. We encourage artists and designers from all OCAD U programs to apply. This is a weeklong self-directed residency and is the perfect opportunity to explore your practice and the sounding landscape of Toronto Island.

Your home base will be a large city facing studio at AGP that will be shared with OCAD U Student Gallery staff. 5 ferry tickets will be provided.

Student Gallery Island Residency is open during 3, one-week residencies in June, July and August.

  1. June 20 - 25
  2. July 15 - 19
  3. Aug 22 – 27

Deadlines

May 16th:  Applications due

June 10th: Applicants notified of acceptance

All applicants must be current OCAD U students.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Please submit a 250-word application letter telling us about yourself, your practice, what program you are in and why you would like this opportunity. Submit 8 images that best represent your body of work or what you would like to work on during your stay and a current CV.

Please send proposals by e-mail to studentgallery@ocadu.ca by Monday, May 16th, 2016 with the subject line: “Student Gallery Island Residency

 

Application Guidelines (Attachments or Dropbox Links):

  • Application letter (250-word maximum .doc or PDF)
  • Current CV (.doc or PDF)
  • Up to 8 images (jpegs, maximum 1M each) of past work or/ proposed project
  • For time-based projects, maximum 5 minutes of video-support material (.mov, .m4v, vimeo or youtube)
Venue & Address: 
Please send all applications to 52 McCaul Street OCAD U Student Gallery
Email: 
studentgallery@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
OCAD U Student Gallery Island Residency with event info and photo of seagulls on beach
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