OPPORTUNITIES

This page is dedicated to calls for submission, job postings, and other opportunities for artists that have been posted by other galleries and institutions, or sent to us. We also maintain a database of general artist resources on our RESOURCES page. 

For Open Calls posted by Struts Gallery, please visit our OPEN CALLS page.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | PROYECTO´ACE | EXPLORATION RESIDENCIES

DEADLINE:
JAN 31

Where: Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

What: The Exploration Residences are part of a professional program that assists residents with the research resources and local contacts necessary for their specific projects. Participants receive reviews of their projects by specialized professionals and enrich themselves with the vision of the ´ace team, as well as colleagues-in-residence, during our frequent “Brainstorming” meetings. For their part, SUB30 residents also receive academic tutoring and critiques.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | GLENFIDDICH | ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

DEADLINE:
JAN 31

Where: Dufftown, Scotland

What: The Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize is now celebrating its twenty first year globally. This program invites Canadian artists to work and live for a period of three months at the Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland. The program offers the winning Canadian artist a residency prize valued at $20,000, along with a chance to collaborate with other celebrated international artists from around the world, in the historic and scenic Scottish highlands.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS | GARDINER MUSEUM | CURATORIAL RESIDENCY

DEADLINE:
JAN 31

Where: Toronto, ON

What: The Gardiner Museum Curatorial Residency will provide the successful applicant with a paid opportunity to conceive, research, and produce a small-scale museum exhibition and gain experience in a professional environment. The aims of the residency are: to create an opportunity for aspiring and emerging curators; to promote new approaches to the study and presentation of ceramics; and to support a new, diverse generation of curators by offering them an opportunity to communicate their ideas to a broad public.

Remuneration: The total Residency budget is $45,000 CAD

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | PROYECTO´ACE | PRODUCTION RESIDENCIES

DEADLINE:
JAN 31

Where: Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

What: The Production Residencies aims to support emerging and career artists within the Visual Arts for the production/creation of either new works (which may include an exhibition / a site specific installation) or a work in progress adapted for the local context.  All kind of projects are welcome. However, due to its facilities and expertise, ´ace pay special attention to those proposals that questions the singularity of the art object by using the reproducible capacity of printmaking, photography, new media, design and/or their interfaces,  blurring their boundaries.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | COUNTER-MEMORY ACTIVISM RESEARCH CLUSTER | CREATIVE COUNTER-MEMORIALIZATIONS: A SYMPOSIUM/GATHERING

DEADLINE:
FEB 1

Where: Halifax, NS

What: The Counter-Memory Activism research cluster (CMA) invites artists, activists, scholars, and museologists to participate in Creative Counter-Memorializations: A Symposium/Gathering. The event will take place in Kjipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia), blending virtual and in-person presentations. They are seeking both artistic and regular and alternative scholarly responses to difficult and contested histories. The symposium is open to all forms of stories and modes of expression that challenge dominant national narratives and traditional institutional conventions, especially those that engage with legacies of settler-colonialism. 

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | ART IN THE OPEN | FESTIVAL MANAGER 2022

DEADLINE:
FEB 7

Where: Charlottetown, PEI

What: Art in the Open is seeking an experienced, self-driven and community-minded arts administrator to lead efforts in organizing the 2022 Art in the Open Festival, including managing the day to day affairs of the non-profit organization, developing funding applications, hiring and directing the Annual Festival Team (Curators, Production Staff, etc.), developing final post-festival reporting and planning for future festival years.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | GALLERY 1313 | THE ECO ART EXHIBIT

DEADLINE:
FEB 8

Where: Toronto, ON

What: Environmental concerns are of great concern to all and artists are asked to explore a wide range of issues such as climate change , water quality , urban sprawl  and energy. Artists have been tackling these issues for many years and as the impacts have a greater effect on the planet we continue to explore how we can do better in caring for the earth.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER | MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION AT PIER 21 | ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

DEADLINE:
FEB 11

Where: Halifax, NS

What: As the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 prepares to host The World of Yousuf Karsh: A Private Essence, their 2022 national artist-in-residence competition is now opened for applications. This exhibition was organized by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in collaboration with the Museum. The Halifax exhibition is supported by Fred and Elizabeth Fountain. The goal of this residency program is to enable an artist to create a new work inspired by the work of Yousuf Karsh that contributes to the Museum’s mandate while advancing their art practice. They are seeking a portrait photographer to work in the tradition of Karsh’s Maclean’s magazine cross-country assignment.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | PLEASURE DOME | EXPERIMENTAL MEDIA

DEADLINE
FED 18

Where: Toronto, ON

What: Pleasure Dome welcomes submissions of experimental, time-based media work by Canadian and international artists for our 2022-2023 programming year. Pleasure Dome presents artists who expand, fracture and scrutinize the traditional cinematic spectacle, including those who use moving image technologies that are digital, interactive, or performative.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | CITY OF NIAGRA FALLS | WILMA MORRISON DIGITAL ART.

DEADLINE
FED 28

Where: Niagra Falls, ON

What: The City of Niagara Falls Recreation and Culture Department invites Canadian Black Artists or Black Art Collectives working in any medium to submit one final design for a temporary 2D artwork to be digitally reproduced (printed) and installed on the exterior of the Niagara Falls Exchange. This project will commemorate the distinguished and passionate achievements of Wilma Leone Morrison in preserving the history and positive roles the Black Canadians played in Niagara Falls and beyond.

Remuneration: $5000

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS | GALERIE LEONARD & BINA ELLEN ART GALLERY | SEEING AND NOT KNOWING

DEADLINEMAR 7

Where:Montreal, QC 

What: Seeing and Not Knowing is a program supporting the realization of two short films. A bursary of $ 18 000 each will be attributed to two filmmakers/artists to produce a short film over a period of eight months. The films will then be publicly screened at an event organized by the Gallery. 

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS | FOLIE/CULTURE | SAVOIR [RIEN] FAIRE

DEADLINEMAR 14

Where: Québec, QC 

What: Folie/Culture invites you to submit project proposals on the theme of Savoir [rien] faire. Folie/Culture is very fond of tap dance solos by barefooted vagrants, straitjacket catwalks, apnea hymns, and other reckless pastimes. As such, it invites artists, curators, authors, and collectives alike to submit project proposals. As part of its mission, the organization supports interdisciplinarity and practices that encourage reflection on mental health issues.

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS | LUNENBURG SCHOOL OF THE ARTS| ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

DEADLINEMAR 31

AUG 31

Where: Lunenburg, NS

What: It is the intent of the Lunenburg School of the Arts Artist-in-Residence program to provide a space for emerging artists, including recent graduates, to enable them to develop and enhance their practice in their chosen medium. Applications will be reviewed and selections awarded by a committee comprised of directors of the School. The program will host two artists each year, one in each of our two terms

To Apply: More information on how to apply can be found here.