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Call for Entries: Juried Exhibition of Kippot (Yarmulkes)

Deadline May 1, 2012


The Morris and Sally Justein Heritage Museum at Baycrest invites artists to submit applications of an original kippah (yarmulke) to Cover Thy Head, a juried exhibition.

The jury, including Sarah Quinton, Curatorial Director, The Textile Museum of Canada, and Professor and Fabric Artist Chung-Im Kim, will review entries for possible inclusion in Cover Thy Head. The jury will select three top works from exhibiting artists and award cash prizes. The exhibition will open October 2012 at Baycrest.

For more information, visit: http://www.baycrest.org/culture-arts-innovation-44.php#upcoming

Entry Guidelines

  • Open to artists internationally
  • All artwork must be the artist's original design or concept and executed by the artist
  • Collaborative work will be considered
  • Artwork executed under formal classroom guidance is not eligible
  • Work created from a kit is not eligible
  • Artwork using any medium or techniques will be considered
  • All work must be ready for installation


Entry Content
Application materials, including images must be submitted electronically to: czita@baycrest.org

  • 2 colour images, accurately representing work
  • Current CV including full contact information
  • Application form
  • $25 application fee


Important Dates

  • Applications must be received by Tuesday, May 1, 2012.
  • Artists selected for the exhibition will be notified by June 1, 2012.


Contact Information:

Cassandra Zita
Museum Assistant
416-785-2500 ext. 5622
czita@baycrest.org


The Morris & Sally Justein Heritage Museum at Baycrest

3560 Bathurst Street
Toronto, ON, M6A 2E1
http://www.baycrest.org/culture-arts-innovation-15.php


The Morris & Sally Justein Heritage Museum is the first Canadian museum to be housed in a hospital setting, and we believe that it contributes an environment at Baycrest that is alive, dynamic, and relationship centered. The museum is a valuable part of a holistic approach to health and wellbeing that actively helps to connect people to their heritage, their past, their identity, and their community.

 

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