Call for Participation – CAPIC Double Vision 2017
Submission Deadline: March 24th, 2017
CAPIC is pleased to announce the call for participation for Double Vision 2017! Open to all professional photographers, illustrators, and image creators, Double Vision is an annual exhibition that pairs image creators from across Canada by random draw and challenges them to create portraits of one another. The completed works are then exhibited side by side.
Submitted works are to be judged by a panel of art industry professionals who will determine first, second, and third place winners. In addition, entrants and invited guests to the opening night event will cast ballots for their favourite pair of works and decide on a popular vote winner. Prizes from our fantastic sponsors will be presented to all winners.
Double Vision 2016 1st place winners – Michael Cooper & Sue Upton
Thursday, May 18th to Sunday, May 28th, 2017
The Papermill Gallery
Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
67 Pottery Road
Opening Night: Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 from 6:00 to 9:30pm
Email your contact information and primary artistic discipline (photographer, illustrator, etc), with the subject line “Double Vision 2017 Participation” to email@example.com.
As entries are received and confirmed, you will be paired by random draw with another artist who is local to you. You will be notified of your partner by email. You and your partner then have until April 28th to create portraits of one another.
CAPIC Members and Affiliated Associations: $80 (+HST = $90.40)
Non-Members: $135 (+HST = $152.55)
Payment of your entry fee can be made in the following ways:
PayPal – Send your payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheque – Please make out to “CAPIC Toronto Chapter”
Mail to: Elaine Kilburn, Toronto Treasurer
Suite 207-55 Hendrick Ave
Toronto, Ontario. M6G 3S4
Please note that the entry fee is due by Friday, March 24th, 2017. Participation in Double Vision 2017 will not be confirmed until payment is received.
Submission Guidelines for Final Works:
Each image submitted may be up to 40” wide x 72” tall. All artwork must be wall-mounted, and either glazed or behind glass. Plexiglass must be used for any works with a dimension exceeding 48 inches. Artist statements are optional.
For more information on the Double Vision exhibition please contact:
Exhibition Coordinator – CAPIC Double Vision 2017
Or visit: https://capic.org/events/double-vision-2017/
The Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators (CAPIC) is the collective voice and advocate for professional photographers, illustrators, and digital artists in Canada. We work hard to maintain industry standards, create a community, fight for copyright protection, and much more. As a professional association, CAPIC’s mission is to promote quality and creativity, as well as good business practices
CAPIC was founded in 1978 as a national not-for-profit association dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the rights and interests of photographers, illustrators, and recently, digital artists, working in the communications industry. Starting as a single group in Toronto, CAPIC has grown to six chapters, spanning the country from Halifax to Vancouver.