The Minarovich Gallery considers submissions from artists and curators for solo and group exhibitions. Our focus is on emerging and established Canadian artists working in all styles and mediums and across disciplines. As part of our educational mandate, the gallery promotes artist and audience engagement through our artist-in-residence program and welcomes complete or project-based submissions with a studio/teaching component.
The Minarovich Gallery will begin accepting new exhibition proposals in January 2019.
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Criteria for Submissions:
- Statement of Intent
- Current artist(s) CV and/or Bio
- Relevant teaching or community art experience if applying for project-based exhibition
- Maximum of 10 images [jpeg format] of work related to proposal
- Contact information (include website)
*Submissions can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note which gallery you are applying to in the subject line.
What is showing:
Response (and Responding)
A 4-person exhibition of exploratory work by Beverley Hawksley, Carmen Hickson, Supria Karmakar, and Tanya Zaryski
Sunday January 14th – Sunday March 4th, 2018
Minarovich Gallery at ECFTA
Sunday January 14th, 1 – 4PM
Response (and Responding) features the work of Beverley Hawksley, Carmen Hickson, Supria Karmakar, and Tanya Zaryski. Exploring the theme of art as embodiment of mindfulness, these four artists working in a variety of mediums, challenge themselves to engage more deeply with their individual and collective creative process. Response (and Responding) addresses the space between action and reaction; the quiet reverberations moving from the creative source to the maker and from the maker to the viewer. Opens Sunday January 14th and runs through March 4th in the Minarovich Gallery at the Elora Centre for the Arts.
In conjunction with the exhibition, “4 IN RESPONSE” (2017), a short film by Sandy McLennan exploring the collaborative art making process of Beverley Hawksley, Carmen Hickson, Supria Karmakar and Tanya Zaryski will be shown as part of the Elora Women’s Film Society Event on February 15th. Following the screening there will be a Q & A with the artists. Event begins at 6:30PM in the Harris Exchange at the ECFTA.