Welcome to the Campbell House Art Project
In the planning stage of Campbell House, it was decided that our home should have its hallways decorated with art created by local artists that reflects the unique beauty and landscape of the Georgian Bay area. Currently, the fourth edition of our Art Project showcases 39 works by local artists, chosen by a jury of hospice volunteers. Our latest Call to Artists went out in April 2018 and from the submissions received another edition of the Art Project will be chosen and hung. As always, all art pieces are for sale directly from the artists. The response to our Art Project has been so positive that we are now committed to an annual update and we appreciate the support of the entire local arts community in keeping Campbell House looking so animated and colourful.
For more information, contact,
John S. Cowan, Curator
“CALL TO ARTISTS” FOR ART PROJECT - 2018
Collingwood, ON - April 23, 2018
Hospice Georgian Triangle announces another Call to Artists for Campbell House’s Art Project.
This call is directed to ALL area artists interested in submitting their work to be hung in the community’s Campbell House Palliative Care Residence.
The focus of the Project is to hang a rotating collection of local art in the hallways of Campbell House that will be welcoming for our residents and visitors, help promote the rich collection of artists in our community, and to reflect the unique beauty of the Georgian Bay landscape.
A jury of local artists and Hospice volunteers will decide which pieces will be hung in the public areas of Campbell House. All works are for sale directly from the Artist.
Please submit digital files of all Artwork to email@example.com before May 30, 2018.
Art Project 2018 — Technical Requirements for Artists
This call to Artists is open to all fine art Artists in the Georgian Triangle to exhibit their work in Campbell House, Hospice Georgian Triangle’s hospice/palliative care facility.
Objective: To hang on Campbell House’s walls, a rotating collection of local art representative of the Georgian Bay community.
A jury of local Artists and Hospice volunteers will determine which pieces will be in the exhibit, artists not selected will be asked to re-submit in 2019.
Works are to be hung for a period of one year and remain the property of the artist unless sold or rotated.
Submission: by photo or digital image of the finished work by May 30, 2018. Digital images should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or photos can be mailed to 240 Erie St., Collingwood, ON, L9Y 2P7 ,
Media: Oil, acrylic, watercolour, mixed media, photography, textile, fabric, glass or metal are all acceptable media materials. Artwork may be three-dimensional to a maximum depth of three inches (must be hangable).
Sizes: Portrait or landscape orientation with a minimum dimension of 40.64 cm (16 inches) and a maximum of 182.88 cm (72 inches)
Art Catalogue: Works selected will be listed to allow viewers at Campbell House’s to identify the Artwork and to find contact details for all Artists. Therefore, Artists must include the following information with their submissions
Name of the piece;
Dimensions of Piece;
Artists Contact Information;
Price (if piece is for sale).
Art Drop-off & Pickup: Artists who’s work is selected will be contacted in early June and will be advised of the collection date. The Artists will be responsible for delivery and pick up their Art on a specific June date to be determined.
Sales: All sales are to be negotiated between the interested buyer and the Artist - -Hospice Georgian Triangle will neither benefit from nor be involved in any way with sales.
About the Campbell House Art Project
From the beginning of Hospice Georgian Triangle’s Campbell House Palliative Care Residence, it was decided that this home should have its hallways decorated with art created by local artists that reflects the unique beauty and landscape of our Georgian Bay area. The response to our Art Project has been so positive that we are now committed to an annual update and we appreciate the support of the entire local arts community in keeping our Campbell House looking so animated and colourful.
The current edition of the Art Project showcases 39 works chosen by a jury of local artists and hospice volunteers. In April 2018, our fifth Call to Artists will go out and from the submissions received another edition of the Art Project will be chosen and hung.
All items are for sale. To purchase art, the artists may be contacted directly. Find the artist name and contact information by browsing the artwork in one of the galleries below.
For more information, or if you would like to submit, please contact,
John S. Cowan, Curator