Many great artists have submitted & displayed their works over the years.
We invite you to join their echelon & to take part in the Pride London Festival Art Show!
We encourage all forms of visual arts and mediums for submission:
painting, photography, sculpture, digital, collage, printmaking, pottery, etc.
2017 ART SHOW DETAILS:
- Show Dates: Thursday, July 20th - Sunday, July 30th
- Host Gallery: The ARTS Project, 203 Dundas Street
- Categories: Student/Hobbyist, Emerging & Professional (see below for descriptions)
- Deadline: Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 - up to 3 entries (see submission form for details)
- Fee: No submission fee
- Juried Exhibition: All submitted art will be juried. Submission category will be considered during jury review, to be included in the juried portion of the show.
- 2017 Jury:
- Kevin Bice is a long-time Fine Arts educator and retired former Art Department Head at Central, Saunders and Oakridge Secondary Schools. For thirty plus years he has been leading art history and painting tours to France (Provence and Bordeaux) and Italy (Umbria, Abruzzo, Tuscany, the Veneto and Amalfi Coast). Mr. Bice is the founder, a key organizer and a long participant in the annual London Artists' Studio Tour which is now in its 24th year. Mr. Bice's interest in the natural environment and its preservation led him to initiate and organize The River Project in 2008. This initiative by 19 local artists and writers highlighted to Londoners the rich history and beauty of the Thames within the boundaries of the city of London. The project resulted in two acclaimed exhibitions and a book of the same title that was given free to over 30 local organizations to use as a fundraiser. Mr. Bice's works in a diverse range of media including oils, pastels, watercolour and charcoal. His artistry is found in numerous corporate and private collections in Canada, the U.S.A. and in Europe and may be viewed at: KevinBice.com
- Marla Botterill is a visual artist in London, Ontario. She has an MFA and is a Professor of Fine Art at Fanshawe College. She is active in artist-run culture and previously served six terms on the Board of Directors at Forest City Gallery. She is a grant recipient from both the Ontario Arts Council and the London Arts Council. Her creativity in a variety of media has been represented in exhibitions both nationally and in Germany and she has participated in international conferences and residencies in Germany and Barbados. Examples of her work may be viewed at: Marlabotterill.com
- Angela Brayham is the director/curator of the Gallery Stratford. Ms. Brayham is currently completing her PhD at the University of Waterloo and has a BA in art history and an MA in visual anthropology from the University of Calgary as well as an MBA from Colorado State University. She has served as director/curator of galleries and museums in Colorado, Wyoming, Georgia and Vancouver. She also operated her own commercial gallery in Toronto. Ms. Brayham has been active in the arts communities in Cambridge and Toronto, and was recently the chair of the City of Cambridge Public Art Sub-Committee and on the board of the Cambridge Sculpture Garden.
- Art Sales: All submitted art must be for sale. A commission of 25% will be collected by Pride London Festival to support future exhibits and events.
- Awards: 2 awards will be presented for: 1) Jury’s Choice 2) People’s Choice
- Student Hobbyist: Students and hobbyists who have not previously sold their work in a professional setting.
- Emerging: Early career artists who have displayed/sold art, and who are committed to improving their craft & growing a body of work.
- Professional: Practicing professional artists - who have sold and received some level of recognition.
For information about how you can get involved in the 2017 Pride Art Show, click here.
For the 2017 Pride Art Show Conditions of Entry, click here.
To complete the online submission form, click here.
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