Deadline: Mar 8, 2020 - 11:45 pm
Call for Submissions: Iterance
The Gallery at Casa in Conjunction with 2020 Summer Alberta Summer Games.
Deadline: March 8, 2020. Early submissions encouraged.
The Gallery at Casa is calling for submissions for Iterance, an upcoming, thematic group exhibition. Iterance is being organized in conjunction with the 2020 Alberta Summer Games in Lethbridge, Alberta and will be exhibited from June 20–August 22, 2020.
Proposed work can deal with themes of restatement, repetition, seriality, or more personal interpretations of iterance and iteration. The theme is intentionally flexible in order to capture a broad chorus of voices, ideas and approaches. Just as the Summer Games invites athletes from across the province to compete in Lethbridge, the Gallery at Casa is soliciting visual arts alumni of the University of Lethbridge to return to our community. The framework of the exhibition has been conceived as a historical and artistic iteration that invites artists of diverse backgrounds and practices to revisit Lethbridge and punctuate a unique moment in time.
The call for submission is open to all University of Lethbridge alumni, currently living in Alberta, working in any media.
Artists are invited to submit recent work or propose new productions. For submissions of completed works, please attach up to four images for consideration. For proposed work, please attach a short prospectus outlining the work you intend to create, as well as 10 examples of past work. All submissions must include a brief artist statement, a short biographical sketch and a current CV.
- The deadline for submission is March 8, 2020.
- All artists will be contacted regarding the status of their submission by mid-April.
- The Gallery at Casa will pay a fair artist fee to all participants and will pay return shipping for artists living outside of our municipality.
For any questions, or to submit your proposal package, please email firstname.lastname@example.org using Iterance as the subject line, to the attention of the Gallery Curator, Darcy Logan.