Call For Submissions: Emergence

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Emergence

December 1-January 8 2018 | Opening December 15 2017 6-9pm

The Connections Gallery is seeking submissions for our annual Emergence photography group show in December 2017. This twelve person group show showcases artists who are new to the gallery or have new work.

Four artists will be chosen by a jury to exhibit their work in Montreal in Spring 2018.

This show will also be advertised in the Winter issue of Canadian Art.

 

Submission guidelines

If interested please submit the following

4-5 JPEGS

Layout proposal

Printing and framing proposal

Fees Per Artist

Space rental/marketing/reception- $460

 

Spots are booked on a first come first served basis.

Contact: carissa@dylanellisgallery.ca

2017 Call for Submissions

The Dylan Ellis Gallery is seeking submissions for several group and solo shows in 2017.

As a rental gallery, we promote photographers in various stages of their careers with the hope that are able to successfully meet their goals. No commission is taken on sales.

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Available shows and dates

Group shows

Each exhibition will be a curated eight person show. Each photographer will have five feet of wall space to showcase their framed images. Photographers can book more than one spot.

Spots are booked on a first come first served basis.

Landscape
July 3-August 28 | Opening July 21 from 6-9pm

Abstract
September 1-September 27 2017 | Opening September 7 2017 from 6-9pm

Urban
October 1-October 30 2017 | Opening October 12 2017 from 6-9pm

Emergence
December 1-January 8 2018 | Opening December 15 2017 6-9pm

Solo Show

This space can be used to launch a new body of work or provide a more formal presentation for gallery’s and curators.

November 1-November 29 2017 | Opening November 9 2017 from 6-9pm

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Noelle Elia

Narrative I | January 14 – February 29 2016 | Opening January 28 6pm-9pm

Noelle Elia

 

As an artist and researcher of life, I make connections – searching for common threads and a better understanding of myself, and the world around me. Collage is an entry point for creative growth and discovery.

What began as a reflexive need for self-expression has developed into a complex roadmap for navigating my personal belief system, identity, and visual ideology.

For over twenty years, I’ve been driven by the never-ending question of what makes us similar rather than different. I locate myself in pop culture, ethnic imagery, iconography, kitsch, hi-art and lowbrow, found objects, and street art. Using cut and paste, I explore the human condition and the creative process.

This quintet offers insight into my ever-evolving topography.

Wes Peel

Narrative I | January 14 – February 29 2016 | Opening January 28 6pm-9pm

 

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BIO

Wes Peel’s photography is a hybrid of digital and traditional methods. His passion for the medium started at the University of Guelph where he took several photography courses. After graduating with a B.A. in 1994, he studied art education at the University of Oxford and received his teaching diploma in 1995. While teaching high school art, he began to develop his own photographic style, working vigorously in school darkrooms to hone his shooting and printing skills in black and white and infrared film.

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