Winter Island; Artist Project Residency
Deadline: 10 Oct, 2017
Disciplines: Activism, All Disciplines, Choreography, Collaboration, Community, Concept & Theory, Critical studies, Dance, Experimental, Film & Video, Fine art, Land Art, Media Arts, Moving Image, Other, Painting, Performance, Printmaking, Social Practice, Theater, Visual Arts.
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Deadline: 10 Oct, 2017
Duration: January 2, 2018 - April 30, 2018
Eligibility: a demonstrable professional artistic practice, a demonstrable exhibition record including at least one solo exhibition and/or significant exhibition record at a combination of the local, regional and/or national level, be able to provide a one paragraph artist biography and description of their proposed project, be able to provide, on acceptance, two high quality images of their work, had their work as a subject of at least one professional, critical review in a recognized journal or publication, be a Canadian artist or artist legally working in Canada, be able to participate fully in all aspects of the Winter Island Artist-In-Residence Program
Support: a complimentary month long stay at Artscape Gibraltar Point including a private studio and bedroom, Toronto Island Ferry tickets (to a maximum of 8 round trips) a $100/wk food or materials stipend, promotion of their residency and project via press release, promotion of their residency and project via Artscape’s social media channels, opportunity to participate in the communal life of Artscape Gibraltar Point and engage with participants in our self-directed residency and long-term studio rental programs
Costs: Transportation to and from Toronto
Artscape Gibraltar Point is seeking project proposals from artists working in all media for the Winter Island Artist-In-Residence program for 2018.
Now in its third year, Winter Island is a unique, juried, artist-in-residence program aimed at emerging, mid-career and, established artists, hosted at Artscape Gibraltar Point, an artist residency located on the picturesque Toronto Islands.
Winter Island recognizes four artists annually who have demonstrated a strong and unique artistic voice while working in Canada’s visual arts community and provides them with a month of distraction-free studio time to create and/or develop a new and exciting work, or body of work that seeks to engage with and/or activate the artist community at Artscape Gibraltar Point and the Toronto Islands.
Selected artists will have the opportunity to present these works/projects to the public as a part of a Winter Island Group Exhibition to take place at the conclusion of the residency series at Artscape Youngplace Hallway Galleries, Vitrines and, select Flex studios, in late May/Early June 2018.
How to Apply
Please answer the following questions in the application form.
Should you require assistance with the application process, do not hesitate to contact Andrew Lochhead, Residency & Programming Coordinator, Artscape Gibraltar Point at email@example.com.
All submissions are considered confidential.
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