Interested in joining us in our next event, exhibition, or collaboration?
General Open Call for Artists/Scientists
Opportunities you may be eligible for through the open call:
- Spark: Emerging Collisions Between Art and Science, our large yearly group exhibition
- Smaller group exhibitions
- Speaker events
- Your submitted materials must fit within our mandate.
- Your artwork should go beyond inspiration, and reflect focused study of scientific concepts.
- We welcome submissions from artists and scientists.
- Applications accepted from everywhere, however events are held in Vancouver, BC. At this time we are unable to cover travel expenses.
Other things to keep in mind:
- We pay artists CARFAC rate
- You can apply to both the open call and to any specific calls
- You are not pitching a specific show to us; we would like to learn about you and your work
- All submissions will be reviewed and considered. We will add you to our database of creators and contact you if we feel you are a great fit for any of our events.
In your submission package, include:
- A description (250 word max) about how your work combines/expresses a connection between art and science
- A bio (100 word max)
- A CV, max 3 pages
- Submit 5 – 10 images of your work, 72 dpi, 1024 pixels on the longest side, no larger than 1 MB each, with an image list, OR
Submit a link to a video up to 5 minutes to represent your work.
- A link to your website
- Your name, address, email, and any other contact information.
If you have any questions about this call for submissions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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