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The SCC Exhibitions department may schedule exhibitions up to two years in advance. Currently the SCC is scheduling exhibitions for Fall 2022 - Spring 2023.
Photo by Kevin Hogarth
The SCC Gallery is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at 813 Broadway Avenue. The SCC Gallery program focuses on Saskatchewan craftspeople and curators, though it may include at least one touring/out-of-province exhibition each year.
Since the early 1980s the Saskatchewan Craft Council has operated a public gallery dedicated to the exhibition of craft. This support was considered important for craft in Saskatchewan, as at the time many public and commercial galleries tended to represent solely visual art.
The SCC Gallery continues to be committed to showcasing craft artists.
Applications including visual art (painting, drawing, etc.,)
may be considered
if the inclusion of visual art is
to an exhibition which has
a primary focus on craft.
If you are unsure if your application is appropriate for the Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery, please contact us before applying.
Passages by Paula Cooley & Louisa Ferguson
The Saskatchewan Craft Council encourages creative freedom and respectful collaboration. CARFAC has outlined the principles of responsible creative collaboration with Indigenous and other cultures:
1. Free prior and informed consent;
2. Shared control over process and product;
3. Acknowledgement and attribution;
4. Respect for cultural differences; and
5. Reciprocity and benefit sharing.
It is expected that all exhibition applications meet these standards in the creation of the artwork. More information on CARFAC’s appropriation guide can be found here.
For each exhibition the SCC will provide installation assistance, insurance, promotion, documentation, partial compensation for shipping, and exhibition royalties (CARFAC - Category 1). If an artist talk is agreed upon an honorarium will be provided.
The SCC regrets we cannot pay CARFAC standard royalties for artist talks or group exhibitions. Royalties for group exhibitions are paid at a different rate than the CARFAC recommendations. Please contact us if you would like further information or clarification.
Deadline for Submission: January 26 2021, 5pm CST.
Applicants will be notified of the curatorial committee's selections in March 2021.
For this application you will need:
Note: these requirements are repeated with additional information and details on page 4 of this application. Consider reviewing that page fully before preparing your materials.
Maximum 750 words (please supply as a doc, docx, or PDF).
For each participating artist - maximum 2 pages each (doc, docx, or PDF).
Maximum 20 images - or, if applying for a large group exhibition, please include 2 images per participant.
File type and size: Jpeg, 1500 pixels on the largest side, 1MB maximum.
File name: please use a 'leading zero' and title as follows: 01title.jpg, 02title.jpg, 03title.jpg...
This ensures the images are followed in the order you prefer, and are easy to compare to the Image List.
Please title your image list as "[Exhibition title] - Image List", and ensure it contains the following for each image:
Filename; (e.g 01title.jpg)
Title of work;
Materials/technique; (e.g. clay, wheel throwing)
Dimensions (h x w x d; centimetres) - these can be approximate
Please supply your image list as a doc, docx, PDF, xls, xlsx
Contact Leah Moxley Teigrob or Maia Stark:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 306-653-3616 ext 2