Call for Submission
The Art of Nurturing Nature: Visual Art Submissions
The exhibition is taking place during BC Youth Week and during National Mental Health Week, so we have chosen “The ART of Nurturing Nature” as the topic for this year.
We encourage students to explore what Nurturing Nature means to them in their own lives and in their own language. Students will draw inspiration from whatever Nurturing Nature means to them, and perhaps even what it means for humans to Nurturing Nature. We believe the resulting exhibition will be a great success and create powerful conversations and thought-provoking art around the subject.
Use This Submission for Category 1: Visual Art/ Media
- 2D Art - Includes all media on board, canvas or paper (excluding Photography - see below).
- 3D Art - Three dimensional, functional or sculptural work of any material(s).
- Photography - Either Traditional Print or Digital Print.
Images that have been altered via digital software or other means must state “creatively altered and artists must advise how their artwork was altered, i.e. whether digitally altered, used as a base/foundation, etc.”. Artists may only alter their own original photographs.
- Fibre Art - Wall hangings, quilts, rugs, wearable work etc. where the primary material is fibre.
Computer-generated artwork is acceptable but must be entirely original and/or created from
the artist’s original work.
With respect towards the cultural rights of Indigenous Peoples, it is requested that artists' work be culturally appropriate in its content, and that artists are authorised to use and can provide proof of permission, if they have used Indigenous motifs/designs in their work.
Maximum size for submissions is 11” x 17” (28 cm x 43 cm) except paintings which must be no larger than 20” x 24” (50 cm x 60 cm).
For more information on the Call, the Guidelines, and requirements, click here to view a PDF.
(PLEASE REVIEW THE FULL PDF)