Art Needs

We need art, but what does art need? What can you as an artist bring to the art world? For the Scarborough Arts Council Annual Juried Art Exhibition 2009, SAC is asking artists to explore the theme of “Art Needs.” Does art need a new perspective? Off-beat colour combinations? Smaller or larger work? More abstraction or realism? Use your unique perspective as an artist and encourage viewers to consider a new way of thinking about art. Artists working in all media are invited to submit their work for Art Needs. The juror for Art Needs is Alexander Irving.

Awards for Art Needs include the Frank Faubert Memorial Award for Art – the City of Toronto Purchase Award and the D. L. Stevenson Ltd. Award for Art.

Successful entries will be exhibited in the Hin-Shiu Hung Art Gallery at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto from March 19 – April 2, 2009. The entry fee is $35, or $30 for SAC members. All fees are non-refundable. For more information, contact Tim Whalley, Executive Director, at ed@scarborougharts.com, or call 416-698-7322.


Scarborough Arts Council’s Annual Juried Art Exhibition

March 19 – April 2, 2009

Hin-Shiu Hung Art Gallery
Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
5183 Sheppard Avenue East
Scarborough, Ontario

Deadline for Entry: February 6, 2009

General Information

Entry Fee: $30 SAC members, $35 non-members (all fees nonrefundable)

Entry Deadline: Friday, February 6, 2009

All entries must be received at Scarborough Arts Council by this time in order to be considered. No late entries will be accepted.

Eligible media: All media are eligible.

Awards: Frank Faubert Memorial Award for Art – City of Toronto purchase award and the D. L. Stevenson Ltd. Award for Art. Opening reception: Opening and awards presentations – Thursday March 19, 2009 from 7:00 – 9:00pm at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto, 5183 Sheppard Avenue East, Scarborough.

Website: www.scarborougharts.com
Information: Tim Whalley, ed@scarborougharts.com or 416 698-7322

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