Call for Submissions
94th Annual Exhibition of Photography
The Hart House Camera Club is accepting submissions for the 94th Annual Exhibition of Photography. Submissions are open to all University of Toronto students and Hart House members. For details and submission forms visit the Camera Club website
The deadline for submissions is March 7, 2016.
The exhibition of winning photographs will open with a reception on March 24, 2016.
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Arbor Room Artist Submissions
Hart House Arbor Room provides a space for student artists to exhibit their work. We are currently accepting submissions for any 2-D art works such as paintings, drawing, printmaking or photography. Pieces should not exceed 60 inches high and 70 inches wide. They must be framed and ready to be hung. Our theme this year is ‘Movement’. Whether literal or metaphorical: cultural, psychological , or social- all are senses of movement in which can be explored
Deadline for submission: Nov. 2, 2015, 11:59 pm
How to Send: Please submit jpeg image(s) of your work with a title and short description about your artwork, along with your Name, Year, College, Email and Contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject heading of Arbor Room Submissions.
Good Ideas Fund (GIF)
Your good ideas help enhance student life. Tell us about your plan to hold a film screening, conference, exhibit, performance, or other activity and you could be awarded up to $1000 towards making it happen. Or apply for $500 in support for student-initiated experiential learning opportunities. The Good Ideas Fund is open to University of Toronto students.
U of T Film Festival: Call for Submissions
The Annual U of T Film Festival is accepting short videos of any length, genre and topic. Film/video installation art also welcome. We will look at everything but priority will be given to submissions from University of Toronto students, staff, alumni and members of Hart House.
Deadline for submission: March 11, 2016. Early submissions encouraged.
Talking Walls is a well-travelled space that provides an opportunity for groups and individuals to exhibit socially conscious, thought-provoking art works or documentary images. The exhibition space is open to students, community groups, members of the university community and the public who are interested communicating ideas, asking questions, and creating dialogue around contemporary issues through their work. Talking Walls seeks to build understanding and awareness by giving voice to challenging and engaged works.