My work in portraiture is interaction driven. I get to know my subject by taking candid photos and studying their unique body language.
Image: 'Arboreal: Daniel Gruetter and Juliana Scherzer' at the Craft Ontario Gallery. Photo by Jocelyn Reynolds.
Deadline: Monday, May 30, 2022 at 11:59pm ET
Craft Ontario is currently seeking proposals for solo and two-person exhibitions to take place in the Craft Ontario Gallery, 1106 Queen St West, Toronto, in the 2023 calendar year.
Craft Ontario is devoted to the support, advocacy and promotion of Ontario craft and craft artists. Our services and programs provide support for craft artists at all levels of their careers from emerging to established, while raising awareness of, providing access to, and growing appreciation for their work.
Craft Ontario welcomes submissions in all craft media by active Craft Professional Members at any stage of their career (emerging, mid or established). Submissions of both existing work and projects that have not yet been realized will be considered.
Craft Ontario provides curatorial support, installation assistance, insurance, and pays artist fees in line with CARFAC (Canadian Artists’ Representation/Le Front des artistes canadiens) guidelines.
If you have any questions about this call for entry or application process please contact Robyn Wilcox, Curator, at rwilcox[at]craftontario.com. Please note that Robyn has limited office hours, so you are advised to submit your questions well in advance of the deadline.
Craft Ontario will consider the following when reviewing proposals: