Call for Submissions

Professional Gallery Call Deadline Expired

this town is small is partnering with The Guild for a series of exhibitions in 2020 and are seeking proposals from professional PEI artists.

We are interested in progressive, forward-looking practices; inventive approaches in artistic production; work that deals with issues of current social urgency, including diverse perspectives and histories; and work based on an articulate conceptual and/or critical and/or poetic thesis. We encourage and facilitate the presentation of curatorial and artistic works that have not yet been exhibited in this locale. We are enthusiastic about artists’ most recent endeavours and art forms that propel contemporary production and incite conversation.

Exhibitions will be reviewed by a jury of professional artists, and further curated by this town is small, and will be mounted in the Gallery @ The Guild, and possibly other venues as well, with the duration and structure of the shows being determined in part by the volume of submissions. Exhibitions will run from June to December 2020 with the dates subject to change.

Please note this call is open to all professional artists who are residents of PEI.

Submissions Deadline was January 21, 2020. Acceptance of new submissions will begin at a later date. Visit our website regularly for updates.

Artist fees that follow CARFAC standard guidelines will be paid for these exhibitions.

Submissions must be sent via email to:

with The Guild Submission in the subject line.

Submissions must include:

**Text files are to be sent as a single PDF

**Large images must be shared via dropbox link or Google drive

for more information please email Monica Lacey at

The Guild Box Office, Theatre and Gallery will be closed to the public until further notice.

We are following official guidelines and operating procedures based on the most recent recommendations of the Public Health Office of the Province of P.E.I. in order to support health and safety in our community. We want to reassure all our visitors that the health of our employees, our patrons, our artists, and the general public is our priority.

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