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October 1, 2021

Call for Curator: Being Scene 2022

Hosted by Workman Arts

Workman Arts is seeking a guest Curator (or team of Curators) to develop and curate a small group show of visual art/multimedia work as part of Being Scene 2022. We are looking for proposals that speak to the current social climate as it relates to mental health and/or addictions and continues to celebrate Workman member artists and artists with lived experience. Workman Arts supports proposals that offer to showcase artists’ most recent endeavours as well as works that incite conversation and promote a range of intersectional narratives. We are also encouraging proposals to outline ideas of how the group show can be exhibited as an in-person exhibition and/or virtually.

Curator Fee: $5,000

Upload proposals and other relevant information in the online form by the extended deadline of October 1st.

If this is a barrier, please contact Paulina Wiszowata at paulina_wiszowata@workmanarts.com or 416-583-4339, ext. 6 for submission alternatives.

Accessibility

Workman Arts has identified equity and anti-oppression as strategic priorities and strongly encourages qualified applicants from diverse communities to apply and self-identify in their proposals. We welcome & encourage proposals from applicants who are Indigenous, Black, people of colour, women, 2SLGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and/or are members of other marginalized groups. Application accommodations available on request.

Organizations

Workman Arts

651 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON, M6K 2B2 , Canada

Workman Arts is a multidisciplinary arts organization that promotes a greater understanding of mental health and addiction issues through creation and presentation. We support artists living with mental health and addiction issues through peer-to-peer arts education, public presentations and partnerships with the broader arts community.