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Calling all Photographers – Submit to RMG Exposed 2018!

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Support The Robert McLaughlin Gallery’s Annual Juried Fundraising Photography Auction!

Submission Deadline: September 6, 11:59pm
RMG Exposed: November 24, 7-10pm

Now in its 9th year, RMG Exposed is a night of art, auction, entertainment, and spectacle in support of free public programming and arts education throughout Durham Region.

Each year we put a call out to photographers for donated works that will help to raise funding for free public arts programming for kids, families, and communities that might face obstacles when accessing art. Each year over 60 free public programs are made available to children, families, and those who face obstacles accessing art.

Prizes awarded each year include a solo exhibition at the RMG as part of the Contact Photography Festival, and numerous cash prizes.


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The deadline to submit works is September 6. RMG Exposed will take place on November 24.

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery will offer selected artists one complimentary RMG Exposed ticket for each work selected. The RMG will also offer a charitable tax receipt to artists for their work up to $1,000. As a “thank you” to the selected artists, the RMG will also issue a one year RMG Family Membership to the named donor.

For more information on the event, the jury, prizes, and how to submit, visit the event website at rmgexposed.ca


2018 Jury

Jayne Wilkinson is a Toronto-based writer, editor and curator. She holds an M.A. in Art History and Critical Theory from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver) and her writing blends research into surveillance, environmental politics, security and representation with a focus on contemporary art and photo-based practices. She contributes art criticism to a variety of online and print publications, including C Magazine, Prefix Photo, Inuit Art Quarterly, Drain Magazine and the peer-reviewed journal InVisible Culture, and has written catalogue essays and short features for exhibitions and online projects. She recently served as Editor/Publisher at Prefix Photo, Director/Curator at Prefix ICA, and has held positions at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Blackwood Gallery, and is now Managing Editor at Canadian Art. She was born and raised in Oshawa, Ontario.

Sarah Burtscher is the Gallery Director at Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto’s leading commercial photography gallery for historical and contemporary work from Canadian and international artists. She has worked at the Mira Godard Study Centre, Ryerson Student Gallery, and as a freelance photographer for over ten years. Sarah was on the SNAP! Live Auction curatorial committee for four years and curated the MYTORONTO exhibition with Ve’ahavta and the Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness. She holds a BFA in Photography Studies from Ryerson University’s Image Arts Program.

Fynn Leitch joined the Art Gallery of Peterborough as Curator in July 2014. Since then, the AGP has deepened its commitment to artists and Permanent Collection through the 2015 renovations, digitization of the collection, increased artist fees, and newly established opportunities for site-specific practice in the ramp galleries. Previously, Leitch was Director of Peterborough’s artist-run centre Artspace where she was responsible for developing innovative programming and enhanced audience engagement. While there, she established an onsite Media Lab, initiated an artist in residence program, increased funding and renewed the centre's practice of critical writing and publishing. Past board experience includes Artist-Run Centres and Collectives of Ontario, programming committee for the ARCA National Conference, Arts Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee for the City of Peterborough, and the Electric City Culture Council. She has participated extensively in funding and programming juries, presented at conferences, and works as an advocate for the arts regionally and nationally. Leitch holds an MA in Visual Culture and a BAH in Art History from Queen’s University.

Call for submissions Facebook page.


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The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
72 Queen Street, Oshawa, ON L1H 3Z3
905-576-3000, communications@rmg.on.ca
www.rmg.on.ca

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