Artist Call- My Heritage Art Exhibition
This call is FREE to apply. Meaning you do not have to be a member of the Langley Arts Council to submit.
This exhibition focuses on the Celebration of one's personal culture and was designed to showcase the diverse communities in the Langleys and beyond.
We are accepting 2D works that can be hung on a wall and 3D works. All 3D works must be completed with a stand (if applicable). We encourage all artists to submit a short write-up about their work, that will be hung alongside their work in the exhibition. Please submit, edited, and ready-to-print statements in the application below.
Exhibition Dates: February 2nd - March 13th 2024
Submission Deadline: January 11th, 2024
Please ensure your work follows the LAC's definition of an 'Original Artwork'
Original artwork is created at the hand of the artist who is submitting the work. The creation process must be the effort of a single individual to convey their own personal interpretation of an image or multiple images. Submitting artists are allowed to use reference photos to inspire their work, but artists must use their own design and composition for the final artwork to be considered an original.
If you are submitting a photo medium please ensure the main focal point of the image was taken by the artist and is not a stock image. We do allow stock images to be used in submitted artworks however it must not make up more than 30% of the entire finished artwork.
Please submit artwork that has not been shown in any of the LAC's previous exhibitions.
Artists are welcome to submit 3 artworks for consideration and will receive a notice via email about the status of their submission after the show's submission deadline.
All artworks must be for sale, and any sales that take place during the duration of the exhibition must be facilitated through the LAC.
This call can accommodate 2D and 3D artworks. 2D Artwork must be able to be hung on a wall using the specifications below.
All artwork must be suitably prepared for display. Artworks must be appropriately framed or stretched with finished sides and properly wired for hanging, using d-hooks and wire. The D hooks should be 4” from the top of the frame or 1/3 of the height of the frame. The stretched wire should be 2” below the top of the frame. The Langley Arts Council reserves the right to refuse any piece.
Work not properly prepared may not be exhibited (consult with the Gallery Coordinator regarding any questions or special considerations before the exhibition).
If you are accepted to this exhibition your artwork will also be featured in the virtual online gallery. Click here to see the AIFS Online Galleries. Since your artwork will be featured in the online Gallery it is imperative we receive high-quality image submissions from you.
Photographing your Artwork
We've provided two resources for artists on how to successfully photograph their artwork. Since this is a digital platform it is imperative to have good quality images. These resources should help you to achieve that.
1. "How to Photograph a Painting, Step by Step" by Artists Network Staff
2. "How to Document Your Artwork with Jannette Maedel" by the Surrey Art Gallery
The Langley Arts Council insurance policy does not provide coverage for exhibiting artists. The Langley Arts Council cannot be responsible for theft or damage in any of their Art In Found Spaces Galleries; that being said every precaution will be exercised to keep the artwork safe in each exhibition space.
The Langley Arts Council will take a 30% commission on all sales for this exhibition.
Download the juror's package for more information 2023 Jurors Package.pdf
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