Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Call for Submissions – Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

Participate in CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto 2018, photo by @artjunctionto
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: Participate in CONTACT

Participate in CONTACT 2018

The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival invites participation from photographic artists for May 2018, either as a Featured Exhibition or an Open Exhibition.

The Featured Exhibitions program showcases high-calibre exhibitions and recognizes exceptional photo-based projects. Featured Exhibitions are subject to a juried submission process, and are eligible for The Gattuso Prize, a $5,000 award that acknowledges an outstanding exhibition in the Festival.

The Open Exhibitions program provides a valuable opportunity to have photographic work exhibited in conjunction with other emerging and established artists, and to inspire and engage with the city through photography. Open Exhibitions are non-juried and are therefore accessible to all interested participants and exhibition spaces.

All artists/organizers must have a confirmed exhibition space in order to participate in CONTACT.

A participation fee applies:

Early bird fee (available until November 6, 2017)
$275 + HST

Regular registration fee (after November 7, 2017)
$350 + HST

Important Deadlines:
November 13, 2017 - Featured Exhibition submissions due
December 4, 2017 - Open Exhibitions registration closes

Submissions are not sought for CONTACT's curated programming, including Primary Exhibitions, Public Installations and Special Events.

Visit Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: Participate in CONTACT for details on how to show your photographic work in CONTACT.

About Scotiabank CONTACT Photography FestivalCONTACT is the largest photography event in the world, and a premiere cultural experience in Canada, with over 1500 artists in 200 exhibitions and happenings throughout the month of May in the Greater Toronto Area.
Founded in 1997, CONTACT is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to celebrating and fostering the art and profession of photography.
All exhibitions and events are free to attend unless otherwise noted.

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