Call for Proposals: Community Arts Space 2019 (Gardiner Museum)
“Grounded in the real and metaphorical ability of clay to transform, the Gardiner Museum’s Community Arts Space is a platform for experimentation and socially-engaged art.
Established in 2016, the project connects artists, makers, organizers, and residents through the creation of public projects that inspire social action. We work within and beyond the gallery walls to re-envision what equitable community engagement looks like at a cultural institution.
The Gardiner is now accepting proposals for our 2019 spring/summer programming cycle, which explores the theme ‘What we long for.’
We invite applications from a diverse field of professionals including artists, makers, organizers, curators, collectives, producers, presenters, designers, and architects. Priority will be given to Toronto-based artists who are doing ambitious work that digs deeper into community histories and brings forth accountable, intersectional methods of thinking and making. We welcome a myriad of project proposals, including but not limited to installations, performances, conversations, dinners, dance parties, tea ceremonies, readings, support groups, meditations, screenings, recordings, rehearsals, zine fairs, or fashion shows.”
For more information, please visit The Gardiner Museum’s website.
-from The Gardiner Museum