Exhibiting artists sought for 2009

Artists who hope to exhibit their work at the Nanaimo Art Gallery must submit their proposals no later than Jan. 31, 2008.

Proposals from Canadian visual artists working in all mediums are considered annually.

Include the following in the proposal:

u A working title;

u A brief, written proposal indicating the nature of the exhibition;

u Artist statement relating to the proposed exhibition;

u Slides or digital images on CD will be accepted (maximum 20, including a separate slide list).

Other visual documentation such as photographs, or video are acceptable as supplementary information.

u Curriculum vitae or resumé;

u a self-addressed, stamped envelope large enough for the return of submission materials. If no return postage and envelope is included, proposals will not be returned;

u E-mail address (optional but required for receipt verification).

Please submit proposals to Gregory Ball, curator, 900 Fifth St., V9R 5S5, or e-mail ballgr@mala.ca.

 Exhibiting artists are responsible for the arrangement and the cost of shipping or transportation of works to and from the gallery.

For more information, please visit www.nanaimoartgallery.com.

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