Call for Proposals: 2024/25 ODD Gallery Exhibitions and KIAC Artist in Residence Program

Dan Starling, Unsettled histories: the transformation of a print, 2021, installation view

Call for Proposals:
ODD Gallery Exhibitions & KIAC Artist in Residence

Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in territory, Dawson City, Yukon


Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC) at Dënäkär Zho is now accepting proposals from visual artists and curators working in all media for both ODD Gallery exhibition programming and the KIAC Artist in Residence Program. Submissions will be considered for the 2024/25 exhibition and residency schedule.


The ODD Gallery’s year-round programming features solo and group exhibitions by regional, national and international visual artists. The gallery also presents a wide array of outreach programming including artist talks, openings, lectures, screenings, youth programs, events and special projects. Gallery programming fosters professionalism and appreciation of regional visual arts practice and provides the community with exposure and access to a diverse range of national and international contemporary visual arts practices and theories in a remote, northern setting.

The ODD Gallery invites proposals from visual artists and curators working in all mediums and disciplines. Proposals will be considered for the 2024/25 exhibition season.

Exhibition Submission Guidelines
ODD Gallery follows CARFAC recommendations for artist fees (category 1).

KIAC Macaulay House Residence


The KIAC Artist in Residence Program accommodates two artists concurrently – for research, development and production of ongoing or new bodies of work. Residencies are from 4 – 12 weeks in duration from February 2024 through March 2025. Artists are provided shared living facilities with individual studio space and bedroom at no cost. Participants are responsible for all travel and personal expenses including food and materials related to their work.

The Artist in Residence facilities are located in the Macaulay Residence. Built in 1901, the home is now owned by Parks Canada as part of the Dawson Historical Complex National Historic Site.

Residency Submission Guidelines
Fees are not provided nor charged for residencies.


Located at the edge of the arctic circle, on Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in territory in Dawson City, Yukon, KIAC is: ODD Gallery; Dawson City International Short Film Festival; Yukon Riverside Arts Festival; Macaulay House Artist in Residence Program; The Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Symposium; Performing Arts Series, Community and youth programs, workshops, courses. With Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation and Yukon University, KIAC is a partner of the Yukon School of Visual Arts.

ODD Gallery is accessible by ramp (at back entrance).
Macaulay House Residence is not currently accessible.

Facebook: @KIACyukon
Instagram: @KIACyukon

Tara Rudnickas, ODD Gallery Director
Dan Sokolowski, KIAC Artist in Residence Program Coordinator

Klondike Institute of Art & Culture at Dënäkär Zho
Box 8000, Dawson City, Yukon
Y0B 1G0