Publishers, artists, collectives, artist-run centres, institutions and art book distributors are welcome to apply to participate. Simply send a brief email introducing yourself and your publishing activities to our Exhibitors Coordinator…
ARCA is proud to announce that Artist-Run Centres & Collectives of Ontario (ARCCO) will be hosting the next national artist-run centre conference titled Artists at the Center: Moving from the Margins to Inclusion at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, from 12-14 November, 2015. ARCCO is inviting those who have a stake in current artist-run culture to submit proposals in response to the attached call before February 3rd 2015.
Because of the prorogation of Parliament, Arts 308 is replacing the Coalition’s regular Arts Day on the Hill. Arts advocates are encouraged to set up meetings between now and the Christmas holidays because this is when most decisions about the budget are made. If that’s too tight a timeline, any time before the budget is released in March is also helpful.
La Liste is published every two weeks by L’Association des groupes en arts visuels francophones ( AGAVF ) in collaboration with Jean-Pierre Caissie. La Liste presents news from the association’s membership located in Manitoba, Ontario, New-Brunswick and Nova Scotia and compiles calls for proposals in the visual and media arts, performance, public art etc. La Liste was launched to promote »»
ARCA, a conference of nine regional and cultural associations of artist-run centres, is calling out to artists of all disciplines to conceptualize, script and produce a communications video (max 3 min.) destined to represent the artist-run network as an active and long standing member of the wider arts milieu.
The Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA), is seeking applicants to the position of:
Executive Director – Deadline April 23, 2012