Corinne James

Teeny-tiny artworks wanted for open show at TOSH

Artists each able to submit up to three pieces to show; deadline Feb. 14

The Old School House Art Centre in Qualicum Beach is looking for artists to enter their work in the upcoming Small Works group show. The cut-off date for submissions is Feb. 14.

“There’s lots of room,” Executive Director Corinne James said, adding that the show exhibition will be presented salon-style, that is covering as much of the galleries’ wall space as possible.

In going with the theme of the exhibition, all works of art must take up one square-foot of space or less — though James added that the pieces don’t have to be square. According to a news release from TOSH, submissions can range from “paintings, photographs, glass, fibre, bubble-gum or whatever.”

James said this is not a judged show and everyone is invited to submit up to three pieces of their work.

To enter into the Small Works group show, simply contact TOSH with your name, email and number of pieces you want to submit by Feb. 14.

You can apply in person or by phone at 250-752-6133. Successfully entered pieces must be ready for exhibition by mid-April.

The show will run Apr. 27 to May 23, with an opening reception taking place at TOSH on Apr. 29 at 7 p.m.

 

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