10 – 20 entries will be selected and displayed from April 24 – May 7 – a potential reach of 11 million viewers! Submission Deadline Extended: March 22, 2013.
SUBMIT YOUR ART FOR CANADA TO SEE!
The Pop-up Gallery, collaborative effort between Pattison Onestop and the Arts Network for Children and Youth, wants you (30 & under) to submit your art to help kick-off National Youth Arts Week!
10 – 20 entries will be selected and displayed across 317 Pattison Onestop digital mall screens, in 42 shopping centres across Canada, from April 24 – May 7. Still art will be displayed for 5 seconds, and filmed art for 30 (silent) seconds – a potential reach of 11 million viewers!
Whether you an emerging artist or a more established one, this is a great opportunity for you to nationally showcase your art.
The Pop-Up Gallery: Retail Revolution art competition, for artists 30 & under.
The Arts Network for Children and Youth is teaming up with digital media giant Pattison Onestop to provide an opportunity for young artists to showcase their work on digital screens throughout retail shopping centres across Canada, for National Youth Arts Week.
Whether by illustration, painting, photography, text-based art, video art, animation or film, the Pop-up Gallery is your opportunity to inspire, affect and connect with millions of Canadians through your work.
March 22, 2013.
WHERE TO SUBMIT
Submit your artwork via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- a brief statement about your work
RULES & GUIDELINES
Ready to submit your work to our jurors? Here are the next steps:
Be sure your submissions conform to the following specifications:
- Provide your name and brief statement about your work
- All submissions must be in digital format
- All still images must be at least 768 pixels in width
- Still images must be in vertical format, with minimum vertical resolution of 1280 pixels
- Moving or time-based work must be silent, and exactly 30 seconds in length
- All submissions must be received by midnight on March 15, 2013
Bill Clarke is a Toronto-based arts writer and critic who has written for Canadian Art, ARTnews, Modern Painters, C Magazine, Border Crossings and other Canadian and international publications. He is also the Editor of Magenta Magazine, an online visual arts publication produced by the Magenta Foundation.