Deadline for art exhibits at TOSH

The gallery in Qualicum Beach is looking for submissions for its 2017 exhibition season

The deadline for the 2017 exhibition season at TOSH is May 31.

TOSH invites artists to submit proposals for an exhibition in one or more of the galleries for the upcoming season.

The exhibitions are a variety of mediums throughout the year, and shows tend to be three to four weeks in length.

The commission is 40 per cent to the arts centre.

Proposal submissions must include the following: an artist’s statement outlining their proposal and the number and type of pieces for exhibition, a current curriculum vitae, six to 12 images which document type of work to be exhibited and a list indicating the size, medium, year of work and sale price expected.

TOSH offers three sizes of gallery space: the Brown Gallery (64 running feet), the Dorothy Francis Gallery (42 running feet) and the Volunteer Gallery (35 running feet).

Proposals will be juried and artists will be contacted by the end of August.

Exhibition proposals may be dropped off at 122 Fern Road West, Qualicum Beach or emailed to qbtosh@shaw.ca.

— submitted by TOSH

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