Call for Submissions; 52Cards Art Show

Friday, November 6, 2015 - 5:00am

Call for Submissions;
52Cards Art Show

Calling all artists & designers at OCAD U!
1) Submit a digital art piece of any medium (photography, print, illustration, drawing, painting, anything 2D) that is 10”x10” and dpi of 300 pixels.
2) Submit a brief description of your original work; whether it is available or not, the size of it, and a rough estimate of how much you think the original work is worth.
Email your work to 52cardshow@gmail.com by November 6th.
1) You will earn $15 if your works makes it to the show.
2) If your original work makes it you will get 80% of the commission.

Calling all faculty and departments at OCAD U!
Support your students by purchasing a print of their work! 52Cards is an event on Thursday, November 19th in which 52 students will showcase prints of their work.
Show your support by purchasing a $25 dollar ticket, prior to the event.
Your event ticket will be randomly matched with a print at the event that you can take home!
Buy your tickets online here!
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/52-cards-art-show-tickets-19263236860
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail us!
Email: 52cardshow@gmail.com
Twitter: @52cardshow

Email: 
52cardshow@gmail.com

B3D Design Conference at Ryerson University

Poster with a colourful cube
Friday, October 23, 2015 - 12:00pm to Saturday, October 24, 2015 - 9:00pm

B3D is a research discourse on 3D technology driven design across both the virtual and physical space with a focus on the impacts on society.

Angelika Seeschaaf Veres, Ala Roushan, and Greg Sims from OCAD will be speakers on Oct. 23rd and we'd like to invite OCAD students, faculty, staff, and alumni interested in 3D Design to attend. To attend on Oct. 23rd, they will need to register ahead of time.

We are also hoping to have OCAD students with readily available 3D design projects featured in the 3D Design exhibition on the evening of Oct. 23rd and Oct. 24th. This is an outside expert curated exhibition of 3D artistic and industrial design. B3D will be featuring high quality, innovative student projects along side top amateur and professional artists and designers work involving 3D virtual and physical space technologies.

We're reserving student tickets to the Oct. 24th main event (paid event) for student volunteers from Ryerson, U of Toronto, and OCAD.

Venue & Address: 
Ryerson University
Website: 
http://be3dimensional.com/
Cost: 
http://be3dimensional.com/

H&M and OCAD University Introduce ‘Toronto Loves Fashion! Fashion Loves Toronto!’, A Student Competition

Monday, May 4, 2015 - 7:30pm

H&M and OCAD University Introduce ‘Toronto Loves Fashion! Fashion Loves Toronto!’, A Student Competition

The Competition
Cutting edge international fashion retailer H&M and OCAD University’s Faculty of Art are pleased to announce an exciting new competition, ‘Toronto Loves Fashion! Fashion Loves Toronto!, a venture that will feature OCAD University’s fastest growing specialization in the vanguard art form of Digital Painting. H&M is looking for work from up to 8 artists to be displayed on the temporary construction hoarding in front of the H&M Toronto flagship store at Dundas and Yonge Streets. The winning students will each receive:
• $500 in cash or H&M gift certificates
• An exclusive invitation to H&M’s re-launch event
• Lots of public exposure through traditional press and social media

Background
H&M is renovating its iconic location in the heart of Toronto in the Eaton Centre at Yonge and Dundas. During the renovation, the store will be covered with temporary walls (hoarding) and H&M wants to work with creative and talented individuals to help make this project unique and special, incorporating the worlds of art and fashion into a visual creation for people passing by Canada’s busiest intersection!

Specifications
8 artworks will be chosen, each piece is to be a Digital Painting on vinyl output. The final dimensions of each artwork are to be: 3’ 6” x 6’. The artworks will be printed digitally on vinyl and will be treated for durability. Didactic panels will accompany the artworks and include information about OCAD U, the Digital Painting specialization, and information about each artist.

Eligibility
The competition is open to all 3rd and 4th year OCAD University students, as well as recent alumni.

Student Expectations
Please submit all of the following files electronically, via WeTransfer, Dropbox file share, another file sharing service or on a CD or zip drive by May 4th, to Tracy Buchanan in the Faculty of Art office or at tbuchanan@ocadu.ca. Please use the phrase Toronto Loves Fashion! Fashion Loves Toronto! in the subject line of your email or as your folder name.

• A maximum of 2 digital images (350 dpi, at least 5” on smallest side) by May 4th (only one per student can be chosen)
• The Artist Participation Agreement
• Short Artist Statement (50-100 words) to present the artwork and its artist
• A brief bio (50-100 words)

Selection Process and Timeline
The jury will be comprised of 3 members from H&M and 2 members from OCAD University. The jury will meet to view submissions on May 6th. The winners will be contacted by email on May 6th.
The work is to be completed and delivered by the winning student by May 22nd.
H&M will install the temporary construction hoarding and all the artistic elements by May 29th.
The winners will meet with H&M and OCAD U to admire the pieces on the H&M store hoarding and will be rewarded with their $500 cash or gift cards on June 5th.

Venue & Address: 
H&M Toronto flagship store at Dundas and Yonge Streets
Email: 
tbuchanan@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x 330

Call for Submissions: Feminist Art Conference

Thursday, March 12, 2015 - 4:00am to Friday, May 15, 2015 - 4:00am

Submission Deadline: May 15, 2015

Feminist Art for Social Justice

The third annual feminist art conference will provide an opportunity for feminist issues to be explored and communicated artistically in a unique and creative space that encourages sharing, creating and discussion.

Our Vision

The mission for the Feminist Art Conference (FAC) is inspired by attacks on women’s and transgender rights in Canada, the US and abroad. Issues such as rape culture, trans phobia, racism, violence, media and political representation, cultural appropriation, online harassment, environmental degradation and impact on Indigenous lands, missing and murdered Indigenous women, and Islamophobic policies are areas of deep concern. These infringements on our right to agency and independence have been occurring in alarming numbers in our governments, in the media and in our communities. This conference provides an opportunity for these issues to be explored and communicated artistically in a unique and creative space that encourages sharing, creating and discussion. In the centuries old tradition of people organizing we believe that by coming together and communicating about these issues through our artistic practice, that we can initiate progressive change and spark collaborations accross disciplines.

Our Mission

We are looking for multidisciplinary art and workshop submissions including: visual art, film, theatre arts, music, dance, design, spoken word and literature. We will create a space that is celebratory,positive, intellectually engaging and provocative. We are committed to this space being trans inclusive, anti-racist, and intersectional. Furthermore, by providing an opportunity for feminist artists to meet and share their work, we believe we can provide opportunities for networking and future artistic collaboration that can inspire social change and empowerment. We have the vision that the ripple effect from this type of artistic sharing and learning can provoke positive transformations in both our communities and our minds.

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University, 100 McCaul Street, Toronto  
Website: 
http:// vimeo.com/110169380
Email: 
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OCAD U Student Gallery: Fall 2015 Call for Submissions

Poster of night sky with floating planets and other celestial objects
Friday, April 24, 2015 - 4:00am

The OCAD U Student Gallery is now accepting submissions for the Fall 2015 exhibition program. There are three exhibition slots up for grabs. You can download an application from our website. The deadline for submissions is Friday, April 24! Please note that emailed submissions won't be accepted.

Poster design by Jackie Lee (http://www.jackieleeart.ca/)

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Student Gallery, 52 McCaul Street
Website: 
http://www.studentgallery.ocad.ca/
Email: 
studentgallery@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x263
Cost: 
NA

Call for Submissions: Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Projects

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche logo
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 5:00am to Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 5:00am

Independent Projects

The Independent program has been assigned a curator for the first time in its 10-year history.

Toronto artists, museums, galleries, cultural and educational institutions, neighbourhoods and BIAs are invited to submit their proposals to be an Independent Project under the curatorial vision of "Memory Lane."

Watch Curator Che Kothari explain his curatorial vision for "Memory Lane" in a new video , visit the FAQs, Independent Projects 2015 Application Guidelines and Independent Projects 2015 Application for more details.

New this year - "10 for 10th"

To celebrate the 10th edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the City of Toronto is engaging major cultural organizations across the city and creating a City co-produced exhibition area that responds to the curatorial vision, "Memory Lane" for the Independent Project program. "10 for 10th" is an application process within the Independent Projects program where artists can apply to have their project situated in one of the participating partner venues with funding and production support provided.

The "10 for 10th" venues are listed in the Independent Projects Application form.

How to Apply:

  • Download the event GUIDELINES (PDF) and appropriate APPLICATION form.

  • Read the Guidelines before completing the Application.

  • For the "10 for 10th" and Independent Projects you can choose to apply to one or both programs using the same Application form.

  • Complete all fields within the Application form. If you're not able to access the Word forms, please email ips@toronto.ca to request assistance. (Please note that in order to be considered you must fill out the relevant Application form and adhere to all programming criteria and submission requirements).

  • Email your Application and attachments to ips@toronto.ca. Please label your email subject heading as "Independent Project Application" and add your ARTIST/ORGANIZATION NAME. e.g. Subject: Independent Project Application - from Art Group Name.

  • You may send email attachments including PDF, jpg, mp3 and avi files. Please do not send eps or psd files. This mailbox can only accept attachments up to 5MB in total size. Please label all attachments with your name and your project's title.

  • If your Application was submitted successfully, you will receive an email response within two business days. If you do not receive this message, your Application was not submitted successfully.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Submission Deadline - "10 for 10th" and Independent Projects:

Tuesday, February 17, 2015.
Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
For more information, email: ips@toronto.ca.

Applicants should be aware that their participation in Scotiabank Nuit Blanche's Open Call, Independent Projects and "10 for 10th" is not automatic solely on the basis of meeting the general eligibility requirements. All Applications are curated/juried against the criteria outlined in the Guidelines and selected based on artistic merit and project feasibility.

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Website: 
http://scotiabanknuitblanche.ca bit.ly/1DDhB39&nbsp; bit.ly/1Decc4j
Email: 
<p><a href="mailto:ips@toronto.ca">ips@toronto.ca</a></p>
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Black Future Month 3015 - Call for Submissions

Poster with blue and purple text
Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 9:00pm to Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 9:00pm

Black Future Month
3rd annual afrofuturism exhibition – 3015
A collective look into our distant future

CALL for SUBMISSIONS
The Black Future Month 3015 exhibition is a platform for artists who identify as black to explore the infinite expressions of afrofuturism and other expansive themes like black identify and existence in the future.

Submissions in all mediums accepted. Space is limited. Submission deadline: January 31st 2015

Email us your submission at blackfuture3015@gmail.com

Curated by Danilo McCallum as part of Black History Month at OCAD U.

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University 100 McCaul Street Toronto, ON M5T 1W1
Website: 
http://www.blackfuturemonth.com
Email: 
blackfuture3015@gmail.com
Cost: 
Free

Monitor 11: South Asian Experimental Film + Video Call for Submissions

Mosaic with the work monitor
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 4:00am to Monday, November 3, 2014 - 5:00am

Deadline: November 3, 2014, 5:00 p.m.

 

Submissions are now open for our annual experimental film and video screening program, Monitor 11.

Monitor is dedicated to the presentation of experimental short films and videos by and/or about South Asians from Canada and around the world. We invite independent and innovative short films and videos that explore the aesthetic and form of the moving image and its relation to narrative. Monitor encourages new, experimental and risk-taking work that challenges the viewer’s active engagement.

For Monitor 11, curators Leila Pourtavaf and Azar Mahmoudian invite filmmakers and artists to submit work based on the theme, “These Monsters are Real”, a nod to riot grrrl band Heavens to Betsy. The theme can be read as a playful insistence on fantasy as a legitimate mode of operation, but also question how we can still claim a space for the imaginary, and the make-believe, when the most monstrous acts have become a part of our everyday reality.

How do we realize and name trauma to normalize it? How does it haunt us? How do our fantasies return as the real? How do we build fictions that tell the stories of our lived realities? And finally, how do we fantasize our way out?

Guidelines:

Works must be under 20 minutes and produced during, or after 2012.
Submissions from first time directors, and students are welcome. Artist fees will be paid.

Submissions must include all of the following:

• Name of artist or director
• Full contact information (address, phone, email, website)
• Title of work
• Date of production (No earlier than 2012)
• Brief synopsis of the work (300 words max)
• Brief biography of the artist (150 words max)
• Artist CV
• High-resolution production stills (300dpi)

Venue & Address: 
Mail-In Submissions: SAVAC – MONITOR 11 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 450 Toronto, ON&nbsp;M5V 3A8 Canada
Website: 
http://savac.net/monitor-11-south-asian-experimental-film-video/
Email: 
<p><strong>Email Submissions:</strong></p> <p>submissions@savac.net</p> <p><strong>Contact Sharlene Bamboat:</strong><br /> Artistic Director,&nbsp;SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre)<br /> p: 416.542.1661<br /> e: sharlene@savac.net</p>
Cost: 
Free

OCAD U Student Gallery Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions to the OCADU Student Gallery Poster
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 4:00am to Friday, April 18, 2014 - 4:00am

Now accepting submissions for the 2014/15 exhibition period

The OCAD U Student Gallery is accepting submissions for the 2014/15 exhibition period. We accept both group and individual applications, as well as curatorial proposals. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. To download an application form, visit the Student Gallery web site.

Deadline: Friday, April 18 2014

The OCAD U Student Gallery is an exhibition venue funded by OCAD University and by the undergraduate students by way of an Ancillary Fee. The gallery exists to serve the campus community including students, alumni, staff and faculty. The gallery showcases in-house talent, provides professional practice training, and serves as an on-campus social space.

Two Programs Coordinators manage the annual schedule of exhibitions and events with the support of its Advisory and Selection committees. The Advisory Committee meets twice per year; and the Selection Committee meets in the springtime, after the gallery’s annual call for submissions.

Venue & Address: 
Student Gallery 52 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario studentgallery.ocad.ca/
Cost: 
Free

Retrospective Show 2014: Call For Submissions

Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 4:00am to Monday, March 31, 2014 - 4:00am

An annual end of year exhibition sponsored by the Student Union

The Retrospective has been successfully mounted at OCAD University for the past 6 years. The show is entirely produced, curated, juried, and installed by students, featuring works from all years and disciplines. The Retrospective is an exciting opportunity to showcase and juxtapose art and design practice at OCAD U.

(Limit 4 pieces per person created within the past year)

Submission Form

Important Dates

Submissions Accepted: Thursday, March 13 to Monday, March 31

Jury Period: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Confirmation Email: Wednesday, April 2

Collection of Work: Accepted work will be handed in on Monday, April 7 in Room 287 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Hanging will take place Tuesday April 8 in the Great Hall. All students with entries are encouraged to help hang and prepare the exhibit.

Show Dates: Wednesday, April 9 to Thursday, April 18, 2014

Opening Reception: Wednesday April 9

Remove Work: Work must be removed on the final day of the show, Thursday April 18. Any work not picked up will be brought to the Student Union Office. Any work not removed from the office within the following week will be disposed of.

Website: 
http://goo.gl/EaFAe0
Email: 
<p><a href="mailto:retroshow@ocadsu.org">retroshow@ocadsu.org</a></p>
Cost: 
Free

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