La Liste présente les événements des membres de l’Association des groupes en arts visuels francophones (AGAVF), soit quinze centres d’artistes et galeries à travers le Canada, et compile les appels de dossiers en arts visuels, arts médiatiques, performance, art public, résidences qui s’adressent aux artistes et aux commissaires.

Chris Dorosz – Maison de matière sombre / Dark House Matter à la Maison des artistes visuels

 

Nouvelle de l’AGAVF

Félicitations Rémi !

Rémi Belliveau. Photo : Annie France Leclerc

L’AGAVF est très fière d’apprendre que son président, Rémi Belliveau, se trouve parmi les cinq finalistes du Prix Sobey pour les arts 2021. Reconnu internationalement comme l’un des fonds privés les plus généreux pour les artistes contemporains en arts visuels, le Prix vise à encourager la carrière d’artistes canadiens émergents de tous âges grâce à des bourses totalisant une somme de 400 000$, dont 100 000$ à l’artiste gagnant(e), ainsi qu’une exposition collective des cinq artistes finalistes au Musée des beaux-arts du Canada en septembre 2021.

 

 

Programmation des membres de l’AGAVF

 

Maison des artistes visuels francophones (Saint-Boniface)

Chris Dorosz – Maison de matière sombre / Dark House Matter
du 10 juin au 21 août 2021

101-219, boulevard Provencher
Saint-Boniface, Manitoba
maisondesartistes.mb.ca

 

Constellation bleue-Galerie Bernard-Jean (Caraquet)

Marika Drolet-Fergusonpoints de repère
du 28 mai au 4 juillet 2021
220, boul. Saint-Pierre Ouest
Caraquet, Nouveau-Brunswick
constellationbleue.com

 

Centre culturel franco-manitobain (Winnipeg)

Jen Funk, Xavier Mutshipayi, Stéphane Oystryk, Reza Rezaï et Eric PlamondonL’autre
depuis le 15 mars 2021
340, boulevard Provencher
Winnipeg, Manitoba
ccfm.mb.ca  

 

Le Labo (Toronto)

Causerie d’artiste avec Audrey et Maxime Jean – Baptiste – Écoutez le battement de nos images
https://vimeo.com/554943866

Causerie d’artiste avec Chloé Galibert-LaînéForensickness
https://vimeo.com/555211923

www.lelabo.ca  

 

Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario (Sudbury)

Michael FernandesAvant et après la voiture électrique
résidence à domicile et sur Instagram @beforeandaftertheelectriccar
depuis le 14 janvier 2021

Claude Wittmann Roues/politique/panique
Projet jusqu’en juin 2021

Stefan St-Laurent – SVP nourrir les animaux
Réécoutez la conférence virtuelle

54, rue Elgin
Sudbury, Ontario
gn-o.org 

 

Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle (Ottawa)

Nicole Blundell, Frances Caswell-Routhier, Renée Chevalier, Monique Handfield, Hélène Lefebvre et Richard RobescoAppartenance
Commissaire : Raymond Aubin
Exposition virtuelle
depuis le 4 mars 2021
67, avenue Beechwood
Vanier, Ontario
voixvisuelle.ca

 

 

 

 

 

Appels de dossiers

1. appels en français du Canada

Exposition internationale d’estampe numérique miniature – Voix Visuelle – Vanier – 15 août
Centre Materia – Québec – 25 juin
Rassemblement virtuel ICCA – 30 juin
Pages manquantes – Cambridge Art Galleries – 13 juin

2. appels en anglais du Canada

International digital art miniprint exhibition – Vanier – 15 août
Art Gallery of Mississauga – Love Lab – 11 juin
Colours of South Asia – 25 juin
Stride Gallery – No Pressure Project – Calgary – 28 juin
Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen – Vancouver – 11 juin
Emerging Digital Artists Award – 15 juin

3. appels internationaux

artmagazineneium – Istanbul – 16 juin
Phileas – a fund for contemporary – Vienna – 10 septembre

4. résidences

Indigenous Artist-in-Residence – Western University – London – 7 juillet
Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle – Ottawa – 15 juin
Griffin Art Projects Residency – North Vancouver – 15 juin
Villa Saint-Louis Ndar – Sénégal – 20 juin
Centre Sagamie – 15 juin

5. art public

Richmond Public Art – 17 juin
481 UNIVERSITY UNITED BLDG – Toronto – 11 juin

6. pour commissaires

Coordonnateur (trice) du Réseau culturel francophone de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador – en cours
assistant director – Media City Film Festival – 18 juin
Senior Curator – Ottawa Art Gallery – 28 juin
président – NSCAD – 18 juin
Vie des arts – 14 juillet
Direction artistique en co-direction – CAVA – Edmonton – 18 juin
direction artistique – Centre Materia – Québec – 11 juin
assistant curator – Two Rivers Gallery – avant 14 juin
Performance Research Vol. 27, No. 3 : ‘On Solidarity’  – 14 juillet
curatorial residency program – Vancouver et Paris – 18 juin
Associate Indigenous Curator, City of Calgary – 15 juin
AdMare – appel aux commissaires en art actuel – 20 juin

 

1. appels en français du Canada

APPEL AUX ARTISTES
Nous invitons tous les artistes professionnels à participer à la SEIZIÈME EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE D’ESTAMPE NUMÉRIQUE MINIATURE.

L’édition 2021 de l’exposition a pour thème Racines quantiques, Des quarks aux étoiles. La commissaire d’exposition, Dominique Laurent, fera la sélection des œuvres et un jury composé de trois artistes réputés décernera trois prix en argent et des mentions d’honneur.

Les informations et les formulaires sont sur le site Web (http://voixvisuelle.ca).

 
 
Renseignements :
(613) 748-6954
ou voixvisuelle [arobas] gmail [point] com
www.voixvisuelle.ca

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Appel de dossiers / Vitrines de la relève

Date limite : 25 juin 2021

Materia est un lieu de diffusion en métiers d’art qui s’adresse à des clientèles variées et qui a pour mission d’offrir une programmation en arts matériels qui démontre la singularité, la pertinence et la diversité des pratiques à l’échelle nationale, et ce par des expositions, conférences, activités de médiation culturelle et des publications. 

MATERIA est à la recherche d’œuvres de créateurs et créatrices en métiers d’art pour une exposition en vitrines à l’été 2021.  Cet appel de dossiers s’adresse aux artistes et artisan.es de la relève en métiers d’art qui ont entre 3 et 10 ans de pratique en métiers d’art. Les œuvres seront sélectionnées selon les critères suivants :  maîtrise technique, innovation et originalité des œuvres, pertinence du projet et qualité du dossier présenté.

Contenu du dossier à présenter :

Démarche artistique (max. 250 mots)
5 à 10 photographies récentes de bonne qualité : présenter une image par page et inclure une description en bas de page (titre, date, matériaux, dimensions, crédit photo)
Nombre d’œuvres proposées
Présentation suggérée pour la mise en espace dans la vitrine (socle, présentoir, structure…)
Curriculum vitae récent
Tout autre document pertinent (ex. : esquisses, revue de presse)
Informations générales

Réunir tous les documents en un seul fichier pdf, dans l’ordre indiqué ci-dessus.  Materia paie des droits de diffusion selon les taux recommandés par CARFAC.  La dimension des vitrines sont disponibles sur le site internet de Materia : https://centremateria.com/ dans l’onglet : appel de dossiers, plan d’espace de la galerie.  Le comité de programmation se réserve le droit de jumeler des artistes s’il le juge adéquat.

Faire parvenir votre proposition par courriel au plus tard le 25 juin 2021 à : direction [arobas] centremateria [point] com. Vous recevrez un courriel confirmant la réception de votre dossier. Les demandes incomplètes ou celles déposées après la date limite d’inscription ne seront pas considérées.

Pour information :
direction [arobas] centremateria [point] com

centremateria.com

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Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer deux appels de dossiers pour notre prochain Rassemblement Virtuel 2021 de l’ICCA, Solidarité à travers l’espace ! Du 4 au 28 novembre 2021, une série d’événements (tables rondes, ateliers et activités spéciales) seront  présentés autour du thème de notre programmation 2021, Solidarité. Enraciné dans le thème des soins que nous avons commencé à explorer l’année dernière, ce rassemblement offrira l’espace aux commissaires, artistes, travailleur.e.s culturel.le.s et éducateur.trice.s Noir.e.s,  Afro-Autochtones et Autochtones qui réfléchissent et centrent leur travail sur les connaissances et les actions de solidarité de diverses manières. Nous lançons des soumissions (pour des opportunités rémunérées) pour l’œuvre d’art du Rassemblement 2021, ainsi que des modérateur.trice.s pour animer 2 tables rondes qui auront lieu pendant Solidarité à travers l’espace. Cliquez sur les liens vers notre site web pour plus de détails !

 

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Appel à projets : Missing Pages [Pages manquantes]Nous sommes à la recherche de projets pour la réalisation d’œuvres originales, de présentations, d’ateliers et de programmes interactifs qui seront mis en ligne dans le cadre de Missing Pages [Pages manquantes] en septembre 2021.

Date limite pour déposer les projets : le dimanche 13 juin 2021
Tous les détails ici.

Sous la gouverne de BRIDGE Centre for Architecture + Design et de Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange, Missing Pages est un projet en ligne, axé sur la collectivité, qui privilégie des voix sous-représentées dans nos institutions du savoir. Qu’il s’agisse d’une archive, d’une université ou d’une bibliothèque, les répertoires publics d’histoires sont censés nous dire qui nous sommes. Cependant, il ne fait aucun doute qu’ils oublient et excluent certaines expériences et connaissances. Cette série d’œuvres et de programmes publics en ligne met l’accent sur les récits personnels et collectifs qui façonnent nos communautés, à la fois localement et internationalement, et qui n’apparaissent pas dans les collections de documents.

Nous invitons les artistes de tous niveaux, du Canada et de l’étranger, à soumettre leurs projets. Les candidats et candidates retenus recevront un cachet d’artiste en accord avec le barème CARFAC en cours, et une aide à la production pouvant aller jusqu’à 500 $. Toutes les personnes ayant déposé un projet seront avisées des résultats au début de juillet.

Pour soumettre un projet
Veuillez soumettre votre projet en ligne, en incluant :

Titre et description du projet
Budget pour l’aide à la production, si demandée
Biographie et/ou CV
Matériel de soutien : 5 à 10 images/fichiers multimédias/liens pertinents représentant le projet proposé ou du travail antérieur
Contact
Karly Boileau, assistante en galerie, Cambridge Art Galleries
519 621-0460, poste 160
kboileau [arobas] ideaexchange [point] org

BRIDGE Centre for Architecture + Design est une initiative étudiante visant à combler l’écart entre les corps étudiant et professoral, les anciennes et anciens étudiants et la communauté de Cambridge en Ontario. Œuvrant avec nos collègues de la Waterloo Architecture Students Association, de Treaty Lands Global Stories et On Empathy, nous tentons de dépasser les murs de brique de l’École d’architecture. Nous apprécions l’inclusion, la transparence et les récits qui façonnent la vie des gens qui nous entourent. Nous aimerions vous entendre – quelle est votre histoire ?

Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange présente de œuvres d’art contemporain des deux galeries de la ville de Cambridge, soit Preston et Queen’s Square. Nous desservons nos communautés régionales et élargies en proposant des programmes d’art contemporain qui favorisent le dialogue culturel critique. Nos activités artistiques s’adressent aux gens de tous âges et de toutes compétences, dans le but de les accueillir et de les autonomiser.

Cambridge Art Galleries est situé sur une terre traditionnelle occupée par les peuples autochtones depuis d’innombrables générations. Nous reconnaissons qu’elle fait partie de la Proclamation de Haldimand, la terre traditionnelle des Six Nations de la rivière Grand et de la Première Nation Mississaugas of the Credit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. appels en anglais du Canada

CALL TO ARTISTS
This is an invitation to all professional artists to participate in the SIXTEENTH INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL ART MINIPRINT EXHIBITION.

Quantum Roots, From the Quarks to the Stars is the theme of the 2021 edition of the exhibition. The curator of the exhibition, Dominique Laurent, will select the works, and a jury comprised of three renowned artists will decide on the cash prize winners and the honorable mentions.

Details and entry forms can be found on the website (http://voixvisuelle.ca/).
 
 
Renseignements :
(613) 748-6954
ou voixvisuelle [arobas] gmail [point] com
www.voixvisuelle.ca

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CALL TO ARTISTS
ART GALLERY OF MISSISSAUGA LAUNCHES LOVE LAB
RBC EMERGING ARTISTS PROGRAM
2021 LEARNING AND MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FOR LGBTQ+ EMERGING ARTISTS
LOVE LAB is a queer photo/film tech-residency that engages the community in an intersectional conversation to mentor and train emerging artists within the 905 area. Emerging artists will learn skills guided by a team of mentors and partners, in addition to receiving technology/mentoring support from companies such as PANASONIC, MINDSHARE and LGBTQ+ organizations who engage through educational art-making activities.

Love LAB is an incubator to learn about the LGBTQ+ community and elevating emerging artist skills for future projects/employment.

10 selected emerging artists will be paid an honorarium for participating, be connected with a mentor, and participate in a showcase of their work organized by the AGM

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :

Between the ages of 18 and 35
Identify as LGBTQ+ *
Are enrolled in, or have recently graduated from, a related degree/diploma program
Are in the early stages of their career in their art form, usually within the first few years
Self-identify as emerging
Are a creator of new work(s) or a practitioner of an art form
Devote a minimum of 24 hours per week to their art
Demonstrate a commitment to devoting more time to their artistic activity
Are involved in their creative community
Not yet recognized as established by their peers
Make a financial commitment to their practice and seek primary income from their artistic work
Have not yet had a major exhibit of their work
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Submit a detailed resume by email to agm [point] connect [arobas] mississauga [point] ca with the subject line LOVE LAB : EMERGING ARTIST by 5:00pm Friday June 11th, 2021. Successful applicants will be notified of their acceptance into the program by June 30th , 2021.

SUBMISSION MATERIALS
In a single document, emailed to agm [point] connect [arobas] mississauga [point] ca, with the subject line LOVE LAB : EMERGING ARTIST, please submit :

A written statement addressing the eligibility criteria.
Up to 3 images of your work, including titles and dimensions of works. Provide sketches for works that have not yet been completed.
An artist statement describing your practice, interests, and what the concept of diversity and inclusion means to you (up to 250 words).
A CV that includes, at minimum, your education.
Artists must identify as LGBTQ+. We welcome submissions from artists who broadly embrace or identify with the theme of diversity and inclusion and all related issues in their artistic practices and experiences including, but not limited to, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, and mental or physical abilities. We welcome submissions from all qualified applicants and encourage submissions from groups that are typically underrepresented in institutional spaces, including racialized and Indigenous individuals, francophone individuals, and persons with disabilities. If you require any accommodations during the submissions process, please contact agm [point] connect [arobas] mississauga [point] ca.

ABOUT THE GALLERY
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit, art gallery that was founded in 1987, opening its doors in the new Mississauga Civic Centre that same year. The AGM presents a changing calendar of contemporary, thought-provoking, engaging and accessible exhibitions featuring regional, national and international artists. We thrive alongside long-time partners and welcome new collaborators to always be presenting and encouraging those artists that are established, new and upcoming.

The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a guest upon the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. This ancient land is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and the traditional homelands of the Anishinaabe, Wendat, and Haudenosaunee nations.

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
COLOURS OF SOUTH ASIA – HORIZONS OF HOPE
ONLINE EXHIBITION
JULY 12, 2021 – AUGUST 31, 2021

Due to the prevalent COVID-19 situation and restrictions on in-person events, once again Visual Arts of South Asia – (VASA) will hold its visual arts expo Colours of South Asia online, with a new theme “HORIZONS OF HOPE”.

Art from South Asia being culturally rich and artistically diverse attracts admirers from all over the world. To bring this vibrant art and culture to the Canadian mainstream, this year, we invite artists to share their art that explores positive social & cultural influences and narrates the transitional experiences they have had during the pandemic or artworks that show how they modified their art to adapt to the current new reality.

A curated exhibition Colours of South Asia – Horizons of Hope welcomes digital submissions of original artworks from professional, emerging and amateur artists across Canada. Artwork images can include painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, textiles, sculptures, digital art and mixed media.

If your artwork is 3-dimensional we would need images from all viewpoints.

We would also like to offer an opportunity for participating artists to facilitate online workshops of their art form or art practices during the exhibition. Artists facilitating the workshops will be paid an honorarium. Please express your interest in the submission email.

ALL SUBMISSIONS ARE FREE !

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for entry : June 25, 2021 (11:59 pm Eastern Time)
Notification of Selection : on or before July 2, 2021
Exhibition Dates : July 12, 2021 – August 31, 2021

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR SELECTION

Each digital submission allows an artist the opportunity to submit up to 3 images of original artworks of which up to 2 images will be selected.
Send submissions via email to Aparna Rangnekar – vasaartsfestival [arobas] gmail [point] com with “Colours of South Asia – Horizons of Hope Submission” in the subject line.
Name images with your first and last name, followed by title of work. Email must include image list with details of your artwork such as title, medium, size, date. Image files should have minimum resolution of 72 dpi.
Results will be emailed no later than July 2, 2021 with further information. The curator will appraise work in accordance with the exhibition theme while looking for creativity that successfully represents the objective of the theme along with technical skill, form and concept.


FINAL SUBMISSION

If you are accepted, by submitting your entry you give VASA – Arts Festival the right to publish your images for publicity purposes (credits to the artist will be included) for the current year and within all future promotions.
No entry may be withdrawn once it has been accepted.

 

ABOUT US

Now in its fifth year Visual Arts of South Asia (VASA) – Arts Festival is an initiative by Arts & Culture Initiative of South Asia (ACISA), the organizers of the very successful Vibrant Brampton Festival to create awareness and appreciation for South Asian Art and foster inter-cultural understanding that is integral to Canada and its diversity.

Visual Arts of South Asia (VASA) – Arts Festival and exhibition aims to introduce the unique flavour of South Asian art to mainstream art aficionados by showcasing South Asian influenced art created by Canadian artists from different cultures. The event showcases South Asian culture as it evolves in this country and integrates with Canadian values.

Aparna Rangnekar
Festival Director & Curator
Website : www.vasaartsfestival.ca
Facebook : @V.A.S.A.ARTSFESTIVAL
Email : vasaartsfestival [arobas] gmail [point] com

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No Pressure Project

Deadline to apply : Sunday, June 28th, 2021
 

Call for Artists : 

DEADLINE : June 28th, 2021. Artists will be notified of results in mid July 2021.

Stride Gallery is pleased to announce the No Pressure Project for artists. Stride will be issuing small project funds that can be used for, but are not limited to the advancement of your studio practice, studio fees, materials, or research. This call is open to self determined, early career artists currently based in the Treaty 7 area, with a strong focus on Black, Indigenous and People of Colour who are also within the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Institutional education is not required to participate.

We are offering 6 artists $500.00 each to be used at their own discretion. In exchange, we ask each artist to share their work or process  through one Instagram post on Stride’s account. In acknowledgement of duress and scarcity during the pandemic, this initiative offers a small financial support to artists’ studio practice without putting on the pressure of productivity. We need space to think, process, research, and reflect. The Instagram post will acknowledge who received this No Pressure Project opportunities while showcasing the artists’ practices.  

How to apply :

You can email Dan Cardinal McCartney (He/Him/ or They/Them) at assistantdirector [arobas] stride [point] ab [point] ca with subject line ‘No Pressure Project’.

You can also DM us on Instagram (@stridegallery) instead.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact eva birhanu (She/Hers) at curatorial [arobas] stride [point] ab [point] ca.

What to include in your application :

Artist bio (up to 250 words) including your pronouns.
A short (up to 250 words) introduction of how these funds would fuel your creative pursuits.
(Optional) Any links to your website or online channels.

We aim for this submission process to be no pressure as well. We encourage the submissions to be short, simple and least taxing on your end.  

Stride Gallery is thankful for the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and Calgary Arts Development for their continued advocacy and investment for the arts.

Stride Gallery · 1006 Macleod Trail SE · Calgary, AB T2G 2M7 · Canada

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS : MOUNT PLEASANT COMMUNITY ART SCREEN

Through the inaugural year of the Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen, the
curatorial vision has been centralized on the broader theme of PLACE ; largely as place
in its literal geographical perimeters on the stolen, unceded territories of the
Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations, as a part of one of so-called
Vancouvers earliest neighbourhoods. However, this theme has also evolved to
encompass a continuing community and network of makers holding deep knowledge of
the areas histories, holding visions of the future, and holding ground as the landscape
rapidly shifts in the Mount
Pleasant neighbourhood.

The MPCAS will continue to honour its initial framing of PLACE ; as a community
screen we are beholden to how we are on the land and how we wish to reflect the
communities we envision this screen to be for. In this continuing work, we also invite
and encourage submissions which speak towards the ambiguity of place–of
displacement, diaspora, digital and contested space, as well as artists whose work has
been inextricably shaped by their time in the communities of this PLACE.

We accept a wide variety of media works and formats to a maximum of 10 minutes,
including video, film, animation, gif and photography. The MPCAS is programmed by
grunt gallery.

Details and submission forms can be found here : https://www.mpcas.ca/participate/

Deadline for MPCAS submissions : June 11th, 2021.

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The Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) is pleased to announce the 2021 Call for Applications is now open.

The EDAA is Canada’s major award for critical experimentation in digital media, co-presented by EQ Bank and Trinity Square Video. The 2021 edition launches with guest judges Cat Bluemke, Ashley Jane Lewis, and Suzanne Morrissette, a new visual identity by featured artist Khadija Aziz, and a prize structure that recognizes early-career digital artists for their exceptional work more than ever before.

Launched in 2015, the EDAA was established to celebrate early-career media artists working actively and creatively with digital technologies, awarding a single grand prize and four finalist prizes each year. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 EDAA shifted its structure by increasing the prize amount in lieu of an in-person award ceremony, awarding all five finalists a grand prize. The 2021 EDAA will continue to award five grand prizes, with other additional prize offerings detailed below.

For the 2021 EDAA :

Five artists will each be awarded a $5,000 prize ;
Their award-winning works will be featured in a group exhibition at Trinity Square Video, as well as online, September 10-October 2, 2021
Each artist will receive a one-year Production Membership to Trinity Square Video ; and
One of the five artists will earn a dedicated spot in Trinity Square Video’s 2022 Themed Commission residency program
Artists within the first five years of their professional careers are encouraged to apply. We welcome submissions of screen-based works that are not only created with digital technologies, but also speak to the concerns, ethics, and constructs of digital space. Artwork submissions may include, but are not limited to : images, videos, animations, GIFs, websites, games, applications, and immersive technologies.

To submit your work for consideration, follow these steps :

Read full details on How to Apply, and don’t skip out on the Terms and Conditions
Check out our Past Awards to learn more about previous winners and finalists
Fill out the Online Application which includes a 200-word statement about your artwork, a short artist biography, and artist CV
Deadline for Applications : Tuesday, June 15, 2021, by 11:59 pm EST.

Questions about the EDAA can be sent to edaa [arobas] eqbank [point] ca.

Be sure to follow us on social media for updates, backgrounds on the 2021 guest judges and featured artist, and much more !

site web

Instagram : @edaa_eqb
Twitter : @edaa_eqb

 

 

 

 

3. appels internationaux

Artmagazineium

Open call for submission to our June issue
 
Category : Drawing, Mixed Media
 
Location : Istanbul, Turkey
 
Deadline : June 16, 2021

https://www.wooloo.org/opportunity/entry/417157

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Call for applications for international funding collaborations in 2022

Application deadline : September 10, 2021

Phileas – A Fund for Contemporary Art
Schleifmühlgasse 1
1040 Vienna
Austria

www.phileasprojects.org
Instagram

Phileas is a philanthropic organisation based in Vienna, Austria, that enables ambitious projects within the field of contemporary art. Its activities focus primarily on international exhibitions by Austrian and Austrian-based artists.

Phileas co-produces new works and their presentation in museum exhibitions and biennials, as well as accompanying publications and symposia. Where possible, its support is extended to enable the acquisition of the works for public collections.

The deadline for applications for 2022 project collaborations is September 10, 2021. Applications must be submitted by institutions. Applicants will be informed of a decision in November 2021. For further details, please see our application form.

In addition to funding collaborations on exhibitions, Phileas provides curatorial assistance to museum and biennial curators and organises funded research trips to Austria to visit artists’ studios, foundations and museums. Phileas also assists museum trustee and patron groups with planning and organizing trips to Austria. Please contact visit [arobas] phileasprojects [point] org for further information.

Phileas was founded in 2014 by Jasper Sharp and Moritz Stipsicz. Its programme is managed by Margherita Belcredi, Hannah Marynissen, Christina Panholzer and Salvatore Viviano.

In 2021 Phileas is co-producing the following international projects :

–Ana Hoffner’s participation at the 5th Kochi-Muziris Biennale
–Angelika Loderer’s participation at the 5th New Museum Triennial
–Gernot Wieland’s participation at the 3rd Bienal de America del Sur
–Ines Doujak’s participation at the 11th Liverpool Biennial
–John Gerrard’s participation at the 13th Gwangju Biennale
–Philipp Fleischmann’s participation at the 34th Bienal de São Paulo
–(Artist to be announced) participation at the 17th Istanbul Biennial

–Friedl Kubelka vom Gröller’s exhibition at MACRO, Rome
–Katrin Hornek’s exhibition at ar/ge kunst, Bolzano
–Lazar Lyutakov’s exhibition at Simian, Copenhagen
–Paul Renner’s exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
–Philipp Timischl’s exhibition at the Fondation Fiminco, Paris
–Sophie Thun’s exhibition at Kim ? Contempoary Art Center, Riga

 

 

 

4. résidences

Call for Indigenous Artist-in-Residence : Department of Visual Arts, Western University

Cohen Commons, John Labatt Visual Arts Centre, Western University.

Call for Indigenous Artist-in-Residence
Department of Visual Arts, Western University
Project Description
The Department of Visual Arts at Western University is seeking applications from emerging to established artists for the one-year Indigenous Artist-in-Residence (IAiR) program. This program will support a First Nations, Métis, or Inuk artist in the research, creation, and production of new artistic work. The IAiR will work closely with the Department of Visual Arts and undertake community engagement in ways that could include (but are not limited to) artist talks, workshops, studio visits, or other outreach activities. Applications from artists with connections to, or living in, the region are particularly encouraged. Projects that incorporate distance or remote components, or other innovative virtual forms of residency, are welcome.

The IAiR position includes access to studio space, equipment, staff support, and other resources at Western University. It will include periodic activities that intersect with coursework and departmental events. There is an option to develop and teach a course in the Winter term during the residency should the successful candidate be interested, which would be funded separately. If required, the Department will provide support for developing the course.

The residency will be situated in the Department of Visual Arts for a period of 8 to 12 months beginning September 1, 2021. The stipend for this position is $50,000 (inclusive of taxes) regardless of the length of the residency and is intended to cover support materials, travel, accommodation, artist fees and costs related to the residency, although additional funds can be applied for through the Department.

The Department of Visual Arts has particular strengths in media, photography, painting, printmaking, sound, sculpture, and installation. Department facilities include the Artlab Gallery, the Cohen Explorations Lab and Cohen Commons, the Centre for Sustainable Curating, as well as studio facilities including woodshop, sound studio, print-making studio, painting studio, dark room, and black box media lab. The Department of Visual Arts supports numerous projects committed to social and environmental justice and would welcome the successful candidate’s potential input and/or collaboration in these areas.

Local Context
Western University is located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak, and Neutral (Chonnonton) peoples, on lands connected to several Treaties including Treaty 6 London Township, Treaty 7 Sombra Township, Treaty 21 Longwoods and the Dish with One Spoon Covenant Wampum. This place continues to be home to diverse Indigenous Peoples who are recognized as contemporary stewards of the land and vital contributors to society. Western is committed to increasing Indigenous voices and presence across all levels of work, study and research.

Amount
$50,000 stipend

Duration
8-12 months

Submission Check List

Curriculum Vitae including contact information
Short Artist Statement
Project Proposal (1 page)
Proposed Community Engagement Activities (1 page)
Note : The above documents should be merged into a single PDF

Portfolio : up to 10 original works, with title and date. Submissions can include :
Image files ; submitted as JPG or PDF do not exceed 1 MB or 1024 x 768 pixels
Audio files ; submitted as MP3 or MP4 (links suggested)
Video files ; submitted as AVI, MOV, MPEG, MP4, (Links suggested)
Contact information for 2 references (only the referees of shortlisted candidates will be contacted).
Optional : Up to three pieces of support material such as exhibition brochures, reviews, articles etc.
E-mail submission packages to Meghan Edmiston meghan [point] edmiston [arobas] uwo [point] ca

Application Deadline
July 7, 2021 

Department of Visual Arts
Western University
John Labatt Visual Arts Centre
London, ON, Canada
Twitter : @westernuVisArts
Instagram : @westernuVisArts
www.westernu.ca/visarts

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Le Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle invite les artistes visuels de la région à soumettre leur dossier pour une résidence d’artiste en recherche-création. 
 La sélection sera effectuée par un jury de pairs, selon les critères d’évaluation suivants :L’originalité, la force et la pertinence du propos
La faisabilité du projet en fonction du budget et des ressources offertes par le Centre
La capacité d’adaptation et d’autonomie
Les candidats intéressés doivent soumettre :Un curriculum vitæ (maximum 3 pages)
10 images de leurs œuvres et / ou l’adresse URL Vimeo d’une durée maximale de 5 minutes
Liste descriptive des œuvres (titre, date, dimension et technique)
La description de leur démarche artistique (maximum de 300 mots)
Une lettre d’intention décrivant : le projet de recherche proposé, l’échéancier pour les quatre semaines de la résidence, la pertinence du projet de résidence dans le cadre de leur démarche artistique (maximum de 500 mots)
Les dossiers de candidature doivent être envoyés par courriel en un seul fichier PDF, au plus tard le 15 juin 2021 à l’adresse suivante : voixvisuelle [arobas] gmail [point] com
En raison de la pandémie, Voix Visuelle ne peut pas garantir une résidence avec accompagnement à l’artiste sélectionné. Par contre, le Centre s’engage à offrir le soutien nécessaire à l’artiste pour l’avancement de son projet. 
 
Période de disponibilité du Centre : en juillet et août 2021
Cachet : 1500 $
Matériaux : 300 $
Accès aux équipements du Centre (caméra 3D, réalité virtuelle, projecteur, IPad, ordinateur et logiciels disponibles)
 
 
 
Renseignements :
voixvisuelle [arobas] gmail [point] com

Voix Visuelle · 67 Beechwood Avenue · Ottawa, On K1M 1L8 · Canada

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Griffin Art Projects Residency

1180 Welch Street
North Vancouver, BC
www.griffinartprojects.ca

Griffin Art Projects is committed to providing support, resources, solidarity and profile
for local BIPOC artists. This is a studio-only residency intended for artists living in the
metro-Vancouver area. This residency award is offered in conjunction with Worldings :
thinking through decolonial futures : a collaborative, multi-layered project that includes
an exhibition of the work of South African artist William Kentridge curated by
Baldissera, as well as a public program and residency series that will explore the
unique artistic
perspectives and histories that exist between the Canadian and South
African experience as seen through the eyes of artists, writers, curators and activists.
This program will focus on resiliency through the lens of the historical events of the last
year, and the ways in which solidarity, resistance and advocacy are remitted in hope,
for their capacities to elicit lasting structural change and collective care.

The successful applicant receives :

2 months of rent-free studio space in Griffin Art Projects residency building In August
and September 2021.

A residency artist fee of $2000.00

The opportunity to share the works created throughout the residency during a virtual
open studio event organized and promoted by Griffin Art Projects.

The opportunity for professional development and networking opportunities in
Vancouver and beyond.

The opportunity to participate in a series of monthly virtual mentorship sessions with
Griffins onsite and online Worldings residents throughout the
months of August and
September.

How to apply :

Griffin Art Projects accepts submissions in a variety of formats ! If a text-based
application is not your preference, we also accept audio and video submissions, which
we can record for you upon request and need. Artists who wish to apply through
audio/video recordings, or those who would like application assistance are asked to get
in touch with us at info [arobas] griffinartprojects [point] ca.

Proposals should include :

A project description : What do you propose to do throughout your residency ? (About
500 words for written applications, or 2-4 minutes for those applying through
audio/video).

A short Bio : Tell us about yourself. This can include where you are situated, your
artistic background, your interests, as well as any relevant projects and/ or
experiences. Feel free to include your CV and a link to your website, if applicable.
(About 200 words for written applications, 1-2 minutes for audio/video applications).

10 ” 20 images of recent works
saved as jpegs. Film and/or sound works can be sent
as attachments or as online links.

An image description list that includes the name, dimensions, year and medium of
each work.

Feel free to send your application as a We-Transfer, or through a file sharing platform
such as Google Drive or Dropbox, but be sure to send us a direct email first to let us
know.

All submissions should be sent to info [arobas] griffinartprojects [point] ca by June 15th, 2021

ELIGIBILITY :

Griffin Art Projects is a non-profit art gallery and artist residency operating on the
traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the sl”ilwtatmx(Tsleil-Waututh),
Skwxw7mesh-ulh Temxw (Squamish) and Slh Tmxw (St:l) Nations, and this
residency award is intended to present and highlight work by BIPOC artists living in the
Metro-Vancouver area.

Griffin Art Projects accepts applications from visual artists working in a variety of
mediums, including but not limited to painting, drawing, sculpture, photography,
installation,
performance, video and film, new media etc. Please note that Griffin Art
Projects does not provide access to specialized tools and equipment. Residency
projects may include creative research, development and production of new or ongoing
works. This is a studio-only residency, and does not include a living space.

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La Villa Saint-Louis Ndar ouvre son appel à candidatures des résidences 2021-2022 jusqu’au 20 juin 2021 ! A vos candidatures, postulez ! Plus d’informations sur https://villandar.ifs.sn/#candidatures

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Appels de dossiers 

 15 juin

Le Centre SAGAMIE lance son appel de dossiers pour sa programmation 2022. Cette invitation comprend la Résidence de micro-édition et la Résidence de recherche/création sur l’image numérique.

SAGAMIE invite les artistes en art actuel de toutes disciplines à proposer des idées de recherche sur les questions entourant l’image, sa création et sa diffusion. Ces résidences peuvent s’inscrire à différentes étapes dans le processus créatif de l’artiste. Cet appel est inclusif et ouvert aux individus de tout groupe et de toute provenance.
  

Résidence de recherche/création
Axées sur le traitement numérique de l’image et sur son impression grand format, cette résidence permet aux artistes d’initier et/ou de réaliser des projets avec de l’aide technique et des retours critiques. Elle offre la possibilité d’élaborer des stratégies singulières pour générer, transformer ou diffuser l’image dans son travail.

Le centre offre aux artistes les moyens techniques de développer de nouveaux langages à partir d’un vocabulaire numérique pertinent et actuel. Les artistes sont accueillis dans nos lieux de productions et sont soutenus par l’équipe de manière continue dans une vision à long terme.
  

Appliquer à la recherche/création
  
 

Résidence de micro-édition
Cette résidence offre la possibilité de réfléchir la publication en tant qu’espace autonome de création. Elle permet l’expérimentation sur place en développant autant le contenu littéraire que l’objet/livre lui-même. Ce moment de recherche laisse place à l’innovation, aux pratiques transversales et aux hybridations.

L’artiste pourra mettre en forme un petit nombre d’exemplaires de son projet duquel il reste l’éditeur tout en profitant d’un soutien technique personnalisé ainsi que des connaissances et des savoir-faire spécialisés. Notre laboratoire contient une presse numérique, des équipements de reliure, de multiples matériaux d’impression et un espace de production propice à l’élaboration des projets.

Appliquer à la micro-édition

 

 

 

 

 

5. art public

Richmond Public Art : Call to Artists

The City of Richmond Public Art Program is seeking an artist or artist team to create a
legacy public artwork in Minoru Park. The public artwork will serve to create a sense of
arrival at the north-east entrance to Minoru Park located at 6131 Bowling Green Road.
This is a two-stage open artist call. Following review of the submissions, the Selection
Panel will recommend up to three
shortlisted artists. Shortlisted artists will be invited to
develop concept proposals and attend an interview. An artist fee of $500, plus applicable
taxes, will be paid to each of the shortlisted artists or artist teams. For more information
and to apply, visit :
www.richmond.ca/culture/publicart/opportunities.

Project Budget : $30,000 CAD

Eligibility : Professional artists residing in British Columbia

Deadline : June 17, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

Completion : Fall 2022

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DAVPART INC.
481 UNIVERSITY UNITED BLDG – PUBLIC ART COMPETITION
Call to Artists
Davpart Inc., on behalf of 481 Uni Investments Inc., through their public art consultant, Brad Golden + Co, is holding a Two-Stage Competition to select an artist to develop a permanent public artwork as part of their United BLDG project, located at the prominent intersection of the corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street in Downtown Toronto. The project is the tallest heritage façade retention project in North America.

The artwork will be integrated with the glass components of the colonnade lighting (please see attached drawings) and will be based on the theme of “communication”. The selected artwork will recognize the existing, historic, restored carvings on site, designed by Elizabeth Winnifred Wood and carved by Louis Temporale, as well as the previous use of the building as the McLean Hunter Publishing’s original headquarters. Artists are encouraged to conduct their own research to familiarize themselves with the site.

The budget for the completed and installed artwork, not including artist fees, is $120,000 (plus HST). Davpart Inc. will pay for costs related to the production and installation of the artwork up to $120,000. The selected artist will be paid a fee of $50,000 to develop their artwork, to produce any digital files required to print their work onto glass and to oversee printing, production and installation of their work.

Submissions will be reviewed by an independent selection committee convened for this project who will create a list of prequalified proponents. From this prequalified list, the building developer will select of up to seven (7) artists to prepare site-specific design proposals for the designated art site. Shortlisted artists will be paid a $2,500 honourarium (plus HST, if applicable) to create an artwork proposal which they will present to the competition jury. The competition jury will be comprised of the selection committee plus two representatives of the building developer.

 

Shortlisted artists will be issued a detailed RFP, with complete information about the project. Artist presentations, via teleconference, will take place in the Summer of 2021, specific time and date to be determined.

Questions regarding the competition should be sent by email to :
publicart [arobas] davpart [point] com.

Interested Canadian artists are invited to submit the following materials for consideration by the competition jury. Indigenous artists and artists from equity seeking communities are encouraged to submit.

Resumé and artist statement describing general approach to the site and theme
10 images (maximum) of recent, relevant work (artist teams are to submit a maximum of 10 images total)
An annotated image list including the title, date, materials, dimensions and commission amount of each work
Do not submit design proposals as they will not be reviewed.

Digital images must be :

pdf or jpg, RGB format, no larger than 1 MB per image
images to be named with the number corresponding to the image list
Please do not submit :

materials that require software, plug-ins, extensions or other executables that need to be downloaded or installed
Emailed submissions should be addressed to : publicart [arobas] davpart [point] com

Emailed submissions must be received by 11 June, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. pour commissaires

COORDONNATEUR (TRICE) DU RÉSEAU CULTUREL FRANCOPHONE DE TERRE-NEUVE-ET-LABRADOR (RCFTNL)

La Fédération des francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador (FFTNL) est à la recherche d’une personne dynamique pour remplir le poste de Coordonnateur (trice) du Réseau culturel francophone de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador (RCFTNL)

Mis sur pied par la communauté francophone et acadienne de la province, le RCFTNL favorise l’épanouissement de sa vie artistique et culturelle et participe à sa construction identitaire. À cet effet, il soutient la formation, le développement, la promotion des artistes et des artisans et la circulation de leurs oeuvres. Il stimule le développement des capacités des intervenants culturels. Il encourage la communauté à prendre fièrement sa place dans son milieu.

Tous les détails ici : COORDONNATEUR (TRICE) DU RÉSEAU CULTUREL (240 Ko)

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Assistant Director, Media City Film Festival

 

POSITION TITLE
Assistant Director


CLASSIFICATION
Full-time, contractual basis from July through December 2021
Remote work. Flexibility for potential on-site office hours closer to the festival dates is desirable
Average 35 hrs per week (with longer hours leading up to and during festival time)


COMPENSATION
$20,000 fee for 6-month contract, paid on a monthly basis


SUPERVISOR
Artistic Director


POSITION SUMMARY
Media City Film Festival (MCFF), a trailblazing international festival for film and digital art, is seeking an immediate hire for the position of Assistant Director to support the Artistic Director in the planning and presentation of its landmark 25th anniversary edition, which will take place in November 2021. Exciting plans for this new iteration are well underway. MCFF’s Assistant Director will hit the ground running with energy and knowledge of film festival production both online and in-person. The preferred candidate is acquainted with the online presentation of moving image art, including digital presentation platforms. They are familiar with Media City Film Festival’s extensive exhibition history and have a working understanding of media arts presentation internationally. They are excited to bring their skills and effort to accomplish this historic edition of MCFF’s internationally renowned programming. The Assistant Director will work closely with and report directly to the Artistic Director, and will collaborate with the Board of Directors as well as a small team of annual contract staff to ensure that all of the organization’s tasks and goals are met.

To view this posting on our website click HERE


ORGANIZATION
Media City Film Festival is the only organization in the world to regularly present artists’ film on both sides of an international border, and is recognized as a globally significant destination for the production and exhibition of artists’ cinema since 1994. To date, the festival has received more than 50,000 entries from more than 120 nations, hosted hundreds of visiting artists and filmmakers, and engaged tens of thousands of audience members in public programs in Windsor-Detroit and internationally. Year-round, MCFF facilitates commissions, residencies, fellowships, workshops, gallery exhibitions, and other special events. It is also a producing organization with films screened at nearly every major film festival around the world.

Media City Film Festival is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Knight Arts Foundation, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, as well as sponsors, donors, and audience members.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Assistant Director works closely with and reports directly to the Artistic Director to ensure that the organization’s goals are achieved. They provide much-needed day-to-day organizational support in operations, administration, and production related to Media City Film Festival’s 25th edition, which is slated to take place online. Major areas of responsibility are festival scheduling, planning, and management, as well as board relations and other administrative and operational duties.

FESTIVAL PLANNING WITH THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Research and benchmark online platforms ; collaborate on the planning, coordination and successful management and execution of virtual events
Research, write, edit website copy (e.g. artist biographies, informational material, and promotional copy)
Manage artist relations and communications pertaining to online platforms and presentation (e.g. gathering necessary materials from participating artists, fielding questions, and addressing issues)
Contribute to the development and distribution of marketing materials, including drafting, assembling, and distributing press kits, maintaining public correspondence, organizing and posting social media content, and assisting with press relations
Assist with the production of online Q&As and related artistic content on the festival website
Liaise with contract festival staff by fielding questions, managing deadlines, relaying detailed information, and ensuring a flow of communication on behalf of the Artistic Director
ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATIONS

In Board Relations : oversee Board compliance and involvement, schedule meetings, follow up on directives, give presentations at meetings as requested
In Administration : schedule meetings, create deadline calendars, track correspondences, work with Artistic Director and bookkeeper to ensure that expenses are monitored and budgets are met
In Development : assist with grant applications and reporting as needed, secure supplementary documents and financial statements, research and evaluate funding opportunities, and brainstorm strategies for securing funding

QUALIFICATIONS

A minimum of three years in non-profit arts management, media arts presentation, or film festival planning and execution. Experience working with online platforms is a plus
Excellent writing, editing, proofreading, and research skills
Superior organizational abilities and time management skills, with ability to multitask and meet critical deadlines
Experience working with online platforms, including WordPress, Vimeo, as well as online festival delivery platforms
Ability to work productively with diverse constituencies, including artists, patrons, board of directors, and government agencies
Excellent interpersonal skills, clear motivational abilities, and creative approaches to problem-solving
Ability to demonstrate and promote teamwork, creativity, and open communication
Comfortable working in a Mac-based environment with preferred knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
Knowledge of routine administrative procedures and familiarity with budgets and grant proposals
Degree in the humanities, especially contemporary art/film, or equivalent work experience

APPLYING
Media City Film Festival is seeking an immediate hire. This is a full-time contract position.

Application deadline : Friday, June 18th at 5 pm EST.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a resume, cover letter, and two references to mediacity [arobas] houseoftoast [point] ca

** Please attach PDF files only. Applicants may also submit writing samples but this is not a requirement.

To view this posting on our website click HERE.

 

Media City Film Festival
mediacity [arobas] houseoftoast [point] ca
mediacityfilmfestival.com

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Senior Curator, Ottawa Art Gallery

Deadline : Monday, June 28, 2021, 5:00 pm EST
Permanent, Full-time position

Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG)
Join our team and play a role in supporting local and regional artists while shaping the future of visual arts and culture in Canada. Help tell the story of our community’s evolution through art and contribute in creating a positive vision for our city’s future. The OAG is a premiere art gallery and cultural destination in the downtown core. It is a sustainable, innovative institution and a positive economic contributor for the national capital region holding a world-class collection of art.

The Role
The Senior Curator creates exhibitions, acquisitions, publications, partnerships and discursive opportunities for historical and contemporary art and artists, in keeping with OAG’s commitment to situating equity, inclusion and anti-racism as a central tenet and foundational practice. This is a key programming position that, in a team environment, helps further OAG’s priorities to support and collaborate with the local arts communities by creating safe spaces of consultation, and opportunities to address gaps in representation, for those who identify as Indigenous Peoples, Black, people of colour, Francophone, D/deaf and disability artists, women and 2SLGBTQ+. In this role, you will work under the general direction of the Deputy Director, Chief Curator who in turn reports to the Director and CEO.

As Senior Curator, your practice will demonstrate :

A commitment to create exhibitions that will help in the Gallery’s process of enacting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, engage in community-based consultation, honour Indigenous knowledge, diversity and cultural continuity ;
An understanding and deep commitment to anti-racism and colonial history ;
A commitment to diversity in relation to artists and artistic practices most especially from Indigenous Peoples, Black, people of colour, Francophone, D/deaf and disability artists, women and 2SLGBTQ+ communities ;
A co-development approach in projects, and comfort in sharing authorship and platforms with a multitude of individuals and communities ;
An ability to bring your own network of contacts through which to build new partnerships, and foster and evaluate existing partnerships ;
An understanding of international, national and regional art practices along a spectrum that explore regionally rooted, and globally important, discourse ;
An ability to work as part of a wider team of professionals, helping develop public programs, digital offerings, promotional strategies, and funding opportunities.


Requirements
Experience

Progressive multi-year experience curating exhibitions in either museums, public galleries, and/or community or cultural centres, or demonstrated related experience ;
Experience in community or traditional educational settings in line with this role, and/or MA or PhD in Art History, Contemporary Art Theory, Cultural Studies, Indigenous art and culture, or a related field ;
Project management experience, including the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, work on multiple tasks simultaneously, and meet deadlines ;
Grant writing abilities and experience ;
Research, writing and editing ability and experience ;
Public speaking experience ;
Comfort with local, national and international travel when applicable ;
Asset, but not required : Ability to work effectively in a bilingual office and community (English / French). Additional languages will be considered a further asset.
Skills & Competencies

Exhibition and Publication Development : Research, development and administration of original, guest-curated and borrowed exhibitions as well as special touring exhibitions ;
Public Interpretation : Approachable public presence and sense of audience needs in the preparation and delivery of content for both digital and in-gallery support material for exhibitions and public talks ;
Community Outreach : Deliver networked cooperative opportunities, and work as part of a team to help with the Gallery’s commitment to broadening outreach to diverse and under-represented communities ;
Acquisitions : Understand the collection and work with the arts community to address gaps in representation, and broaden the definition of art, most especially from Indigenous Peoples, Black and people of colour, Francophone, D/deaf and disability artists, women and 2SLGBTQ+ communities ;
Profile Building : Be an ambassador for OAG’s programming through a network of editors, writers and colleagues to solicit exhibition attention and reviews in a variety of publications.
Salary Range : $65,000 – $70,000 + benefits
Start Date : 1 September 2021 (negotiable)
Location : Please note candidates must live in, or be willing to relocate to, the Ottawa-Gatineau region by early 2022.

How to Apply
Send a cover letter and resume to jobs [arobas] oaggao [point] ca, attention c/o Catherine Sinclair by the closing date. Please indicate the position title in the email subject line.

For more information, please contact Zoë MacNeil, Chief of Staff (zmacneil [arobas] oaggao [point] ca)
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Equity :
The Ottawa Art Gallery extends a commitment to equity in every aspect of the organization, recognizing that structural inequalities create significant barriers to equal opportunity employment. We strongly encourage applications from equity-seeking communities, from individuals who identify as Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, Persons with Disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ+ and/or persons living at intersectionalities.

Accessibility :
OAG fully supports inclusion of persons with disabilities in all of its operations. In accordance with the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code, OAG strives to conduct its business in a way that is accessible, inclusive and responsive to the needs of persons with disabilities.

OAG is committed to ensuring that employment opportunities are fully accessible to job candidates and employees with disabilities.

Should you require accommodation during the staffing process, please contact Zoë MacNeil (zmacneil [arobas] oaggao [point] ca)

Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, all personal protective measures will be taken to conduct job interviews in a safe manner. OAG will work with individual selected candidates to ascertain the safest and most effective way to conduct each interview, including options such as in-person using distancing and masks or via Zoom.

50 Mackenzie King Bridge, Ottawa, ON, K1N 0C5, CANADA
613.233.8699 | info [arobas] oaggao [point] ca

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NSCAD University

Location : Nova Scotia
Date posted : 2021-05-19
Advertised until : 2021-06-18
 

NSCAD University gratefully acknowledges its place in Mi’kma’ki, on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq Nation. The University is a beacon to those who seek to know the world as it is and to create what it might be. As one of Canada’s oldest independent cultural institutions – shaping art, design and craft since 1887 – it is a community informed by the past, engaged in the present and looking to the future, all with the intention of making a positive impact in our ever-changing world. Today, NSCAD is seeking a President to lead this storied institution into its next chapter.

Also known as the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, NSCAD has long been first to introduce programs and ways of approaching art-making that continue to shape artists, designers and craftspeople in Canada and internationally. It is a small institution with a deep commitment to arts, culture and community engagement. Undergraduate and graduate students thrive in an environment rich in studio and critical studies – an environment that encourages what it means to be an artist, a curator, a researcher. Through active inquiry, members of the NSCAD community identify, define and approach the complexities of our world to challenge conventional thinking. This immersive, rigorous and supportive academic community celebrates the creative contributions of all its members.

At a pivotal point in NSCAD’s history, the next presidential term will see the University lay the foundations through strategic planning and facilities renewal to respond to an important question : How does art school make positive contributions to society through art, craft and design ? The next President will lead NSCAD in its pursuit of excellence in teaching, artistic creation, research and service to the broader community. They will create a collegial atmosphere that promotes transparency, integrity and the highest standard of ethical behaviour. While highly effective in managing the institution’s operations, they will also be an ambassador and the external face of NSCAD and lead initiatives to engage with artistic and research partners, government, donors, industry, media, and the community more broadly. They will advance NSCAD’s reputation and profile.

Reporting to the Board of Governors, the successful candidate will be able to evidence significant strategic leadership and the ability to create a shared vision and strategic plan within a complex organization and governance structure. They will have financial acumen as well as experience and strength in team building, fundraising and project management, particularly in leading large building projects. They will have excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to inspire and build positive relationships with students, full and part-time faculty, staff, administrative leaders and the Board of Governors. As such, experience dealing with multiple stakeholders and an ability to represent NSCAD at every level are critical to success.

It is important that the next President has a deep understanding, appreciation and commitment to fine art, craft and design with a studio-based practice or academic portfolio in a discipline relevant to NSCAD. A doctorate or equivalent terminal degree and a solid understanding of provincial, national and international post-secondary education landscapes are essential.

Of critical importance, the next President must be passionate about and committed to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI), anti-racism and decolonization. They should demonstrate a track record of success in moving forward these agendas in meaningful and impactful ways. They should be able to point to success in building inclusive communities of diverse faculty, students and staff in which people feel welcome and respected. They will need a clear commitment to, and ideally also have experience in, indigenization, decolonization, and truth and reconciliation.

An executive search is being undertaken by NSCAD’s search partner, Perrett Laver. Perrett Laver will support the University in identifying a diverse field of qualified candidates and in the assessment of candidates against the selection criteria. Applications should consist of a full curriculum vitae and cover letter that explains how the candidate meets the selection criteria listed in the appointment details, which can be found at www.perrettlaver.com/candidates quoting reference number 5080. Interested candidates are asked to submit applications by Friday, June 18th, 2021.

NSCAD regards equity and diversity as an integral part of academic excellence and is committed to accessibility for all employees. As such, the University encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, members of visible minorities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. At NSCAD, you will have the opportunity to work across disciplines and collaborate with an international community of scholars and a diverse student body, situated in a rapidly growing city that has been termed a “hub of innovation.” All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply ; however, Canadian and permanent residents will be given priority.

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Our legal basis for much of our data processing activity is ‘Legitimate Interests’. You have the right to object to us processing your data in this way. For more information about this, your rights, and our approach to Data Protection and Privacy, please visit our website http://www.perrettlaver.com/information/privacy-policy/

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Appels de propositions | Date de tombée : 14 juillet 2021

No 265 : Dossier « Matières textiles »

La place qu’occupe le textile dans l’histoire de l’art a été plus d’une fois reconsidérée dans les théoriques critiques. Tantôt mise à l’écart pour justifier une définition de l’art tournée vers une esthétique hégémonique (la catégorie des beaux-arts ayant longtemps exclu l’art textile de sa définition), tantôt valorisées pour leur potentiel artistique ou esthétique (que l’on pense à l’Art nouveau, à l’école du Bauhaus ou aux pratiques féministes), les matières textiles occupent une position antagoniste en art et dans son histoire, offrant malgré tout un potentiel énorme aux artistes qui veulent investiguer la matière pour sa complexité discursive et mnémonique. (…)
 
Nous nous pencherons avec ce dossier thématique « Matières textiles » sur les œuvres qui emploient les matières textiles et les savoirs qui leur sont associés : des fibres naturelles, minérales, végétales, synthétiques ou technologiques (géotextiles, biotextiles, fibre optique), les matières animales, la laine, le cuir, la fourrure, la soie ou tout autre élément employé dans la création de tissus et leur ornementation. Lorsque le tissu et la fibre sont travaillés à la main, le corps tout entier se dédie à son maniement et, dans certains cas, il côtoie la matière beaucoup plus intimement car il relève aussi du domaine corporel ou charnel : pensons aux vêtements, linceuls, couvertures…

Cliquez ici pour consulter l’appel complet.

 

No 264 : Rubriques récurrentes non-thématiques

Vous avez vu une exposition, assisté à un événement ou une manifestation artistique, lu un livre sur l’art publié récemment, ou vous voulez nous faire part d’un enjeu concernant les arts qui vous tient à cœur ? Envoyez-nous vos intentions pour la rédaction d’un article pour les rubriques récurrentes non-thématiques suivantes : Perspectives, Visites et Lectures. Veuillez noter que ces propositions ne doivent cadrer dans aucune thématique.

Cliquez ici pour connaître le détail des rubriques.

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Offre d’emploi : Direction artistique en co-direction
Date limite pour appliquer : 18 juin 2021
Entrée en fonction : 5 juillet 2021
Conditions d’emploi : Temps plein (35 heures semaine), salaire entre 40 000$ et à 58 000$ sur une base annuelle selon l’expérience.

La Société francophone des arts visuels de l’Alberta (SAVA) est une association à but non lucratif qui a pour mission de sensibiliser la communauté à l’importance des arts visuels et de stimuler les artistes francophones dans leur cheminement par le biais de plateformes dynamiques de programmation et de diffusion, reposant sur des axes complémentaires comme :
• une programmation artistique qui encourage la créativité et l’exploration de différentes formes d’art, tout en favorisant l’apprentissage ;
• des actions de médiation culturelle ;
• la mise en disposition d’un espace de création ;
• un apport au développement artistique de la communauté grâce à des projets ciblés ;
• des échanges artistiques entre artistes et entre provinces.

Description du poste
Sous la direction du conseil d’administration et en collaboration avec la direction administrative, la direction artistique veille au rayonnement et au développement du Centre d’arts visuels de l’Alberta (CAVA), conformément aux grandes orientations définies par le CA et les membres. Elle est responsable et assure la direction de la programmation artistique de la galerie, la gestion des ressources humaines en regard de la programmation artistique et les relations avec les artistes, les bailleurs de fonds, les partenaires, les médias et la communauté.

Responsabilités
• Mettre en application la vision de l’organisme et mettre en action les objectifs du plan stratégique en partenariat avec le conseil d’administration.
• Promouvoir et représenter l’organisme et ses intérêts auprès de différentes instances publiques, culturelles et politiques.
• Assurer la gestion financière de l’organisme, y compris élaboration de budget et comptabilité.
• Gérer les ressources humaines artistiques et assurer une gestion inclusive et éthique de l’organisme au sujet de la programmation.
• Mise en place et administration des collaborations et des partenariats pour la partie programmation.
• Assurer le suivi avec le conseil d’administration et gérer le travail au sein de l’équipe de programmation.
• Élaborer et coordonner la programmation (en coordination avec l’équipe et le comité de programmation.)

Expériences et compétences requises
• Formation en arts visuels, gestion d’organismes culturels ou domaines connexes
• Min. 2 ans d’expérience en direction, gestion ou coordination dans le domaine culturel
• Avoir une bonne connaissance du milieu des OBNL et du milieu culturel, plus
particulièrement des centres d’artistes et des arts visuels
• Posséder une facilité à établir et à maintenir des relations interpersonnelles
• Posséder d’excellentes aptitudes en communication et une excellente maîtrise écrite et verbale du français et de l’anglais
• Avoir une capacité de travailler de manière indépendante et aussi de travailler en équipe avec différents intervenants
• Sens accru de l’organisation et budget de la programmation
• Faire preuve de capacité d’adaptation, d’efficacité et de transparence
• Capacité d’analyse et de résolution de problèmes
• Maîtrise des logiciels QuickBooks, la suite Microsoft Office, et des bases de données sont un atout.

Pour postuler
Veuillez soumettre une lettre d’intention et CV à postedgcava [arobas] gmail [point] com au plus tard le 18 juin 2021 avec l’objet : Poste de direction artistique.

Nous remercions sincèrement tous les candidats pour leur intérêt, cependant seules les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue seront contactées. Le CAVA est un employeur équitable. Le CAVA accepte les candidatures de personnes de diverses origines et est un employeur garantissant l’égalité des chances.
Pour obtenir plus d’information sur le CAVA, consultez le site https://www.galeriecava.com

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OFFRE D’EMPLOI : DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE CENTRE MATERIA

Materia est un lieu de diffusion en métiers d’art qui s’adresse à des clientèles variées et qui a pour mission d’offrir une programmation en arts matériels qui démontre la singularité, la pertinence et la diversité des pratiques à l’échelle nationale, et ce, par des expositions, conférences, activités de de médiation culturelle et des publications. 

La personne à la direction artistique participe activement au bon fonctionnement de l’organisme, à son rayonnement et à son développement conformément aux grandes orientations définies par le conseil d’administration.  Elle a la responsabilité de définir des stratégies auprès des bailleurs de fonds, de développer des ententes avec les partenaires, d’assurer la gestion opérationnelle, de développer la programmation annuelle et les activités de médiations culturelles et collaborer à l’élaboration et à la gestion du budget annuel.

Ses tâches consistent, entre autres, à :

o   Participer à la réalisation de la mission de Materia, en collaboration avec le conseil d’administration ;

o   Évaluer la pertinence des dossiers artistiques par rapport à la mission, en collaboration avec le comité de programmation ;

o   Développer la programmation annuelle ainsi que les activités de médiation culturelles ;

Participer au réseautage d’organismes en métiers d’art ;
o   Collaborer à développer le budget annuel et à gérer les ressources matérielles et financières ;

o   Participer à la gestion administrative et financière de l’organisme ;

o   Préparer les demandes de financement et faire les redditions de comptes ;

o   Contribuer activement à la valorisation du centre, à sa mission, sa vision et à ses valeurs ;

o   Élaborer une stratégie de promotion pour le centre et ses diverses activités ;

o   Participer à la mise en application du plan d’action ;

o   Maintenir une communication efficace avec le conseil d’administration.

 

Formation, expérience et profil recherché

Nous recherchons une personne qui a du leadership et de la vision et qui pourra alimenter le conseil d’administration de façon à faire évoluer Materia.  Cette personne est stratégique, a un discours artistique et a la capacité de développer des liens avec des partenaires privés et publics.

·       Détenir un diplôme universitaire dans un domaine pertinent ;

·       Expérience en rédaction de demandes de subventions ;

·       Expérience avec un logiciel comptable (un atout) ;

·       Grand sens de l’organisation ;

·       Diplomatie et entregent ;

·       Pensée visionnaire et stratégique ;

·       Engagement envers la mission et les valeurs du milieu ;

·       Faire preuve d’efficacité, de rigueur.

Conditions de travail 

·       Poste à temps plein de 35 heures par semaine

·       Salaire à l’embauche à partir de 20 $, selon l’expérience

·       Programme d’assurances collectives

·       Disponibilité occasionnelle de soir et de fin de semaine

 
Veuillez soumettre votre candidature par courriel à direction [arobas] centremateria [point] com avant le 11 juin 2021.

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Assistant Curator, Two Rivers Gallery

Website : www.tworiversgallery.ca

Two Rivers Gallery, a vital centre for art, culture and community located on the traditional, unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh is seeking an Assistant Curator to work as part of our small and close-knit team. Reporting to the Curator & Artistic Director, the Assistant Curator will contribute to the vision and objectives of the Curatorial Program playing a lead role in developing exhibitions focused on regional emerging artists. The assistant curator installs exhibitions, collaborates on programs and supports curatorial and interpretative activities in numerous ways.

Responsibilities :

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following :

Developing exhibitions and finding opportunities to support the development of emerging artists through the exhibition process ;
Collaborating with programming staff in developing engaging exhibition interpretation and public programs ;
Preparing artwork and exhibition spaces for exhibitions ;
Installing and de-installing artworks in multiple exhibition spaces ;
Assisting with the administration of the exhibition program including scheduling, contracts, maintaining exhibition records, facility preparation, insurance, return of artist submissions ;
Liaising with artists and donors at the request of the curator to complete documentation around acquisitions to the collection especially as pertaining to registration, transfer of ownership files, licensing of image use and updating permanent collection database ;
Updating computer database and catalogue files and assisting in collections database management ;
Coordinating transportation and the shipping and receiving of artwork, assisting in the packing and unpacking of artwork, and documenting uncrating procedures ;
Conducting studio visits and liaising with artists and artists’ groups as required.
Qualifications :

Knowledge of and interest in contemporary Canadian visual art ;
Knowledge of standard museum operations ;
Post-secondary education in an art-related field ;
Familiarity with power tools ;
Knowledge of Word and the Office Suite of programs ;
Familiarity with databases ;
Excellent interpersonal written and verbal communication skills ;
Organizational, creative, and teamwork skills ;
Excellent interpersonal & communication skills, both verbal and written ;
Valid driver’s license ;
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple concurrent tasks.
Compensation :

Salary range between $37,000 and $42,000, based on 37.5 hours per work week.

How to Apply :

We invite all interested applicants to send a cover letter and resume to George Harris at recruitment [arobas] tworiversgallery [point] ca with the subject line “Assistant Curator”. We welcome questions about the position or the application process, please contact us at the above email address or call 250-614-7805. A complete job description is available upon request.

This competition will remain open until it is filled. Interviews will start the week of June 14, 2021. We are grateful to all applicants, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.

Two Rivers Gallery extends a commitment to equity and recognizes that structural inequalities create significant barriers to equal opportunity employment. We strongly encourage applications from equity-seeking communities, from individuals who are Gender Diverse, LGBTQ+, Two-Spirit, Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, and Persons with Disabilities.

*Our space is accessible. *

 

725 Canada Games Way
Prince George, BC, V2L 5T1

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS : Performance Research Vol. 27, No. 3 : ‘On Solidarity’ 
Deadline date : July 14, 2021 ; Location : the world ; Source : Performance Research
 
Among activist practices that seek social, political, economic or environmental change, the arts increasingly play a considerable role by crossing into areas of civic engagement, with artists seeking to enact solidarity through their work (Lichtenfels and Rouse, 2013). The COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath, having amplified social division, present a pivotal moment to investigate the nature of solidarity in performance and its agency in contemporary life. 
 
READ the full text for the call for submissions HERE.
 
The aim of this special issue of Performance Research is to trace and critically reflect on practices of solidarity that emerge from and relate to the field of performance practice, exploring the ways that performance can intervene in or engage with civic action. We are particularly interested in interrogating how solidarity practices in performance participate in the construction of social justice arguments. 
 
We invite contributions that consider the role and potential of solidarity as a relational quality to interrogate social relationships in performance and address the following questions : What creative methods and modes of solidarity practices are actioned in and through performance practice ? Can performance practice offer specific models for organising solidarity to wider civil society ? What forms of solidarity are practised in and through contemporary performance and what social justice arguments do they make ? What are the challenges faced by a contemporary performance sector that is concerned with exercising solidarity, as well as in need of solidarity ? What historical examples of solidarity practices in and through performance bear contemporary relevance ?
 
Contributors may wish to draw on the following list of topics as a source of inspiration, although the list is not intended to be exhaustive or restrictive :
Diverse approaches to practising solidarity and performance
Solidarity and allyship 
Solidarity and self-organization 
Antagonism, dissent, indifference
Participatory performance, ethics and hierarchical relations
Solidarity, activism and the body (embodied democracy)
Solidarity economy and dominating capitalist currencies in performance
Migration and the potential to reconfigure solidarity
Privileges and resistances
Networks of solidarity between different social contexts 
Solidarity and education
Performing solidarity during and after COVID-19 
Expressions of solidarity for the arts and performance in critical times
Solidarity justice
 
We are interested in a range of approaches to the topic that foreground the intersection of practice and research, including artists’ contributions that combine words and images, as well as more conventional articles. In particular, we welcome submissions that share perspectives from people from Global Majority backgrounds, disabled and LGBTQ2+ people
 
Schedule :
Proposals : 14 July 2021
First drafts : 15 October 2021
Final drafts : January 2022
Publication : May 2022
 
Issue Contacts :
ALL proposals, submissions and general enquiries should be sent directly to Performance Research at : info [arobas] performance-research [point] org

Issue-related enquiries should be directed to the issue editors :
Stefanie Sachsenmaier : S [point] Sachsenmaier [arobas] mdx [point] ac [point] uk
Noyale Colin : Noyale [point] Colin [arobas] winchester [point] ac [point] uk
 
Please visit the website for full guidelines regarding submitting : 
www.performance-research.org

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The Polygon Gallery, Griffin Art Projects, and Cit internationale des arts join forces, with the support of The Embassy of France in Canada and the Centre Culturel Canadien / Canadian Cultural Centre, to launch a curatorial residency program, alternating annually for four years between Paris and Vancouver.

The aim of this program is to provide opportunities to develop curatorial projects and foster cultural exchange in response to contemporary art contexts in France and Western Canada respectively.

The inaugural program will launch in October 2021, with a three-month residency at the Cité internationale des arts, in the Marais district of central Paris.

The Residency is open to Canadian curators living in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon.

Find out more and apply : https://thepolygon.ca/news/announcing-the-launch-of-the-paris-vancouver-curatorial-residency/

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APPEL AUX COMMISSAIRES EN ART ACTUEL

DU QUÉBEC ET DES MARITIMES

 

Date limite pour soumettre une proposition : 20 juin 2021 à 17h (heure avancée de l’Atlantique)

 

AdMare, centre d’artistes en art actuel des Îles-de-la-Madeleine lance un appel à projets destiné aux commissaires indépendant·e·s en art actuel du Québec et des Maritimes, en collaboration avec la Société de conservation des Îles-de-la-Madeleine (SCÎM).

Le·la commissaire sélectionné·e réalisera une résidence de 2 à 3 semaines à AdMare en octobre 2021 et assurera la direction artistique d’une programmation spécifique de résidences d’artistes et de diffusion de projets en art actuel mettant en valeur les sites naturels protégés par la SCÎM.

Cette programmation s’inscrit dans le contexte d’une tradition d’événements-résidences organisés par AdMare afin de créer un lieu d’échange entre les collectivités artistique et insulaire des Îles-de-la-Madeleine et d’ailleurs (faire avec, 2013 ; Le Chant des pistes, 2016 ; SEULS et ENSEMBLE, 2021). De pair avec le centre, les commissaires et les artistes proposent des projets dont la démarche contextuelle, relationnelle, performative, furtive, infiltrante ou éphémère favorise la rencontre avec les communautés locales et le territoire.

Dans cette perspective, le·la commissaire est invité·e à concevoir une programmation qui pose un regard attentionné et approfondi sur la nature, de l’infiniment petit à l’infiniment grand, et qui permet de tisser des liens entre celle-ci et l’humain par une approche bienveillante.

Au cours de sa résidence, le·la commissaire précisera son approche commissariale et sélectionnera de quatre à huit artistes ou collectifs qui seront accueilli·e·s – chacun·e à leur tour, sur une période d’une à deux années – en résidence à AdMare pendant un mois. Les projets des artistes seront réalisés au cours de cette même période et devront avoir pour ancrage le vaste réseau d’aires naturelles protégées par la SCÎM. L’organisme fournira un accompagnement en ce qui a trait à la biodiversité des milieux protégés et à leurs repères écologiques ou géographiques d’intérêt, en plus d’offrir une tournée de reconnaissance et une cartographie des lieux.

 

Conditions d’accueil et accompagnement :

 

Volet 1 – Séjour en résidence du·de la commissaire – 2 à 3 semaines

–       Cachet de résidence de 4 000 $ (incluant l’écriture du projet de commissariat, la sélection des artistes et la corédaction de deux demandes de subvention) ;

–       Frais de déplacements jusqu’à 750 $ ;

–       Hébergement sur place pendant toute la durée du séjour ;

–       Soutien artistique et logistique (accompagnement dans l’exploration du réseau artistique local et de la communauté) ;

–       La SCÎM offrira au·à la commissaire une visite de ses sites et de la documentation à leur sujet.

 

Volet 2 (conditionnel à l’obtention de financement) – Direction artistique et réalisation du projet

–       Cachet pour la direction artistique de l’ensemble de la programmation (suivi avec les artistes, écriture de textes, etc.) de 4 000 $ ;

–       Soutien à la gestion financière et logistique et à la promotion de la programmation ;

–       Hébergement et coordination de l’accueil des artistes ;

–       Documentation photographique des projets ;

–       La SCÎM offrira aux artistes une visite de ses sites et de la documentation à leur sujet.

 

Volet 3 (conditionnel à l’obtention de financement) – Publication

–       Édition d’une publication au terme du projet.

 

 

Soumettre un projet

–       Votre dossier devra comprendre, en un seul fichier pdf :

 

●      Une description du projet de commissariat proposé en lien avec les mandats d’AdMare et de la SCÎM et un texte de démarche déclinant vos axes de recherche privilégiés (700 mots) ;

●      Votre curriculum vitae (maximum 3 pages) ;

●      Une biographie (150 mots) ;

●      Veuillez indiquer si vous souhaitez procéder à la sélection des artistes par un appel de projets ou par invitation. Dans ce dernier cas, vous pouvez fournir une liste des artistes pressenti·e·s ;

●      La description des images fournies dans le dossier visuel.

 

–       Un dossier visuel comprenant un maximum de 15 images de projets antérieurs (format JPG, 72 ppp, n’excédant pas 1 Mo). Des hyperliens vers des extraits vidéo ou audio (3 minutes maximum) peuvent être inclus au dossier. Ne pas joindre de fichiers vidéo ou audio.

–       Le formulaire d’inscription dûment rempli.

 

Faites parvenir votre dossier par Wetransfer à l’adresse info [arobas] admare [point] org d’ici le 20 juin 2021 à 17 h.

 

À noter que la langue de travail est le français et que le·la commissaire devra pouvoir communiquer minimalement dans cette langue. Le territoire des Îles étant mal desservi par les transports en commun, il·elle devra aussi être en mesure de se déplacer de façon autonome sur place.

 

Toutes les personnes ayant soumis un dossier recevront un accusé de réception. La comité de sélection sera composé de la directrice artistique, d’un membre du comité de programmation d’AdMare et d’une représentante de la SCÎM. Le·la commissaire sélectionné·e sera contacté·e au début du mois de juillet 2021.

 

 

À PROPOS D’ADMARE

 

AdMare promeut l’art actuel aux Îles-de-la-Madeleine.

Avec une programmation régulière d’expositions individuelles et collectives, des résidences, des événements artistiques d’envergure et des projets de publication, AdMare offre aux artistes un espace de ressourcement, d’exploration, d’échange et de réflexion en relation avec le territoire et la communauté dans laquelle il opère.

→ En savoir plus

 

 

À PROPOS DE LA SOCIÉTÉ DE CONSERVATION DES ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE

 

La Société de conservation des Îles-de-la-Madeleine est un organisme à but non lucratif créé en 1997 afin de protéger les milieux naturels exceptionnels et la beauté des îles de la Madeleine.

La Réserve naturelle des Demoiselles, l’Île Boudreau et le parc des Sillons font partie des 63 terrains protégés à ce jour. En plus de la conservation, la SCÎM mène des activités de gestion, d’éducation ou d’interprétation sur des sites d’intérêt accessibles au public en plus de promouvoir la conservation des sites naturels au moyen de conférences, publications, visites guidées et autres moyens d’information.
→ En savoir plus

 

Pour toute autre information, contactez-nous par courriel à l’adresse info [arobas] admare [point] org