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Open Call for Submissions

OSAC’s Arts on the Move touring program is now accepting submissions. Professional and emerging artists are invited to submit exhibition proposals for a solo, two-person, or group touring exhibition. OSAC tours normally run up to 3 years, reaching anywhere between 10-20 communities throughout the province. *Submissions from the 2020 call will be included in this jury process. If you applied last year you do not need to apply again.

Priority will be given to submission that demonstrate viable workshop options and the availability of the artist to deliver programming.

Work must be suitable for touring, specifically regarding dimensions, durability, and installation concerns. All framed work must be under Plexi-glass, we will not tour work under glass. Any medium is welcome. The maximum size of artworks accepted is 36 inches x 36 inches.

A layout of an exhibition design is not necessary as the Arts on the Move program is responsible for the curation of the exhibition. Packing is also not required as we pack and crate all exhibitions. Browse current Arts on the Move exhibitions here. Keep in mind that these works will be in a diverse array of venues from schools to galleries to libraries. 

Submissions must include (PDF with your name in the file name preferred):

  • Project proposal
  • Artist statement
  • Curriculum vitae (resume) – outlining exhibition and education experience
  • 10-15 digital images of your work, this must include:
  • a numbered image list with the title, medium, dimensions and date of each work
  • Images must not be more than 4MB
  • A summary of workshop options you could offer if accepted to tour
  • Please submit your application via Dropbox or WeTransfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
OSAC Artist Listing

 The OSAC Artist Listing is a resource set up to connect artists and the general public. During this unprecedented time many artists are developing ways to monetize their practices; this can be anything from offering online art lessons, to selling original works, or making multiples for sale. The artists’ profile can include images, general artist info, links to social media, contact information, workshop info, categories of medium, and a C.V. OSAC has a vast network throughout Saskatchewan to which we will promote the Artist Listing; we are hoping that this resource can connect artists with parents looking for online art lessons for their children, people hoping to purchase art and support a Saskatchewan artist, teachers looking for online art lesson content, and everything in between.

Please watch the tutorial below on how to set up your Artist profile.



 

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