While Sarah is well-known for her solar and environmental projects, she continues to practice innovative approaches to architectural glass through hand painting, air-brushing, etching and laminations, kiln-casting and screen printing.
1) Review the award descriptions and requirements carefully to decide which awards you will apply for. You may apply for more than one award, but will only be considered for those where your work experience or medium fit the eligibility requirements.
4) Submit your application by Monday July 30th 2018, 11:59 pm EST. Late or incomplete submissions will not be accepted.
Each award has its own parameters for submission. Please read the eligibility and application requirements carefully before choosing which awards to apply for. Some awards are media-specific, while others are delineated according to career level:
EMERGING: This category is for emerging makers and is reserved for those in the early years of their professional careers who may still be undertaking undergraduate or graduate studies and have a small exhibition record.
MID-CAREER: This category is for crafts professionals in mid-career and includes those past the early stages of their career who have produced a reasonable body of work and may have a fair degree of public exposure.
ESTABLISHED: This category is for established craft professionals and includes those with an extensive body of work and with a history of national and international exhibitions and/or those who have achieved a wide degree of recognition.
For the following Biography/Artist Statement, CV, Image and Support Material documents, you will need to create a single folder titled with your first and last name, and upload the folder, complete with files, to a file sharing program.
Common programs that are free to use are Google Drive, Dropbox, and WeTransfer. Once you have uploaded your application documents, create a link so that they can be accessed and downloaded by Craft Ontario, and copy the link into the form field below.
Your complete application folder must include:
1) BIOGRAPHY/ARTIST STATEMENT
Provide a 100 – 200 word description of your professional background and current practice.
2) CURRICULUM VITAE/RESUME
Provide a maximum three-page list of your education, exhibition record, awards, commissioned work, and experience teaching or leading workshops.
3) 10 PROFESSIONAL IMAGES OF YOUR WORK (see below for more details)
4) SUPPORT MATERIAL DOCUMENTS
Depending on the Award that you are applying for, you will need to submit additional information such as: a Studio Development Plan, Study Plan, Achievements and Future Directions Statement, and/or a Description of Community Involvement. Read the Award requirements carefully, and include the necessary information in a word or pdf document. Please include a title for each section that indicates which award(s) the supporting text is intended for.
IMPORTANT: Award applications with incomplete support information will not be considered.
Make sure that all document and image files can be processed by a PC computer. It is your responsibility to ensure that submitted files are not corrupt, illegible or improperly formatted. Please save your CV as a WORD (.doc) document or PDF, and all image files as JPGs.