Xpace Cultural Centre Annual Call For Exhibition Submissions

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Xpace Cultural Centre accepts proposals of all media from all emerging and student artists, curators and/or designers. Exhibitions are selected by our Programming Committee, composed of Xpace staff, representatives from the OCAD Student Union and an outside member of the Toronto arts community. All selected artists/designers/curators are paid a fee per the CARFAC exhibition fee schedule, and there is no fee to apply.

The deadline for our current call for exhibitions is 11:59pm, June 11, 2017. This call is for solo and group exhibitions from September 2017 – August 2018 across all four programming spaces: Main Space (group exhibitions), Project Space (solo/collaborative projects), Window Space (solo/collaborative projects), External Space (single-channel video works only).

For full details and to apply online, visit www.xpace.info/submit.

If you have any questions about the proposal process please contact Geneviève Wallen at genevieve@xpace.info or Katie Kotler at katie@xpace.info.

Poster by Tee Kundu.

Xpace Cultural Centre is a membership driven artist-run centre dedicated to providing emerging and student artists and designers with the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional setting. We program contemporary practices that respond to the interests and needs of our membership. As we program with shorter timelines this allows for us to respond to contemporary issues in theory and aesthetics, keeping an up to the minute response to what is going on directly in our community.

Xpace is supported by the OCAD Student Union.

Xpace Cultural Centre sits on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, the Métis, and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.
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By: Xpace Cultural Centre