Deadline: November 15, 2017
The Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery presents solo, two-person, and group exhibitions reflecting craft history, contemporary practice, and innovation. The SCC Gallery policy prioritizes showing Saskatchewan artists and curators, but aims to include at least one touring or out-of-province exhibition each year.
For each of the 7 exhibitions accepted to the Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery annual schedule, the SCC will provide installation assistance; insurance; promotion; documentation; administrative labour; and artist fees to be paid to the artist(s). To assist the SCC with the cost of the aforementioned labour and staffing, a 40% commission will be retained on any sales resulting from an exhibition.
The SCC employs an equitable approach to all its activities. The SCC encourages applications from self-identified members of under-served communities. We encourage submissions from Indigenous artists, artists with disabilities, new Canadians as well as visible and invisible minorities people.
The SCC Gallery is committed to showcasing fine craft artists; other forms of visual art may be considered in addition to an exhibition with a primary focus on craft.
Please ensure your application is complete. Applicants who submit incomplete, inaccurate, or misleading information may be deemed ineligible for consideration.
Each applicant must fulfill the requirements of the Exhibition Application Package. Download here: SCC Exhibition Application Package 2017
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The Exhibitions & Education Coordinators along with the SCC Curatorial Committee assess all applications annually. Additional curatorial meetings may be scheduled as decided by the Exhibitions & Education Coordinators and scheduling needs. Information from each applicant is sent to members of the Curatorial Committee prior to the annual review meeting, where proposals are considered along with their support material. The Curatorial Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Coordinators.
You can also refer to these blog posts for more information or tips for submitting your proposal!
Questions can be directed to:
Stephanie Canning or Maia Stark, Exhibitions and Education Coordinators
306-653-3616 ext 2