Call for Submissions
The Centre – Martha Street Studio Residency Exchange, 2018/19
Submission Deadline: **extended to Tuesday October 16**
Duration: two weeks, between December 1st, 2018 – April 30th, 2019*
Martha Street Studio is accepting submissions for its second Centre – Martha Street Studio Residency Exchange. Martha Street Studio will select one artist to attend two-weeks of complimentary studio time at Centrefor Print and Media Arts (Hamilton, ON) to work on a print media based project between December 1st, 2018 and April 30th, 2019*. In addition, the selected artist will receive:
- A $600 artist fee
- $400 towards travel & accommodation
- $200 towards materials
- Up to three hours of technical assistance at Centre
- A one-year membership to Centre
The selected artist must be able to work independently in their chosen medium. The selected artist will arrange the timing of the residency with Centre . Artists are responsible for organizing their own transportation and accommodation. If you require more information please contact email@example.com.
- 10 images (1024 x 768 pixels, 72 dpi)
- A current CV with contact information
- A short project proposal (1 page maximum) of work to be completed while at Centre
All applicants must have a valid Martha Street Studio membership. ($35 regular /$20 student/senior/low income, per year)
Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Residency Exchange 2018."
About Centre for Print and Media Arts:
Centre for Print and Media Arts is an artist-run centre dedicated to promoting print and media arts in contemporary artistic discourse. Centre's extensive Print Arts facilities are housed in a 6000 square foot arts centre, located at the heart of the James Street North Arts District. As a production, exhibition, education centre and animator of community arts, Centre supports both traditional and experimental print media and media art practices. The centre encourages research and innovation and provides forums for discussion and examination of critical and theoretical issues. Centre supports artists in the development of their professional endeavours and acts as a resource centre for the visual and media arts community.