Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

Mercredi 18 septembre 2013

APPEL: Latitude 53 Society of Artists

Latitude 53 Society of Artists is a not-for profit artist-run centre. Its purpose is to encourage contemporary artistic endeavors, to foster experimental cultural development, and to stimulate dialogue within the art community. A forum for dialogue about contemporary art practices is provided through exhibitions, criticism and projects.

Latitude 53 is willing to take risks in its programming and is fully prepared to support experimental ideas. Through the presentation of content-oriented art, our programs generate dialogue, political debate, and large-scale public awareness and discussion. Through proactive programming, which combines ongoing selections with a standard submission process that can remain flexible and responsive to current events in our community and elsewhere, we feel we can serve our community by providing more interesting, radical and provoking exhibitions.

Latitude 53 has a non-discriminatory exhibition policy and pays full artist fees in agreement with the CARFAC Schedule.

View the gallery floor plan

MAIN SPACEArtists and curators are invited to submit individual or group proposals in any media for the upcoming programming year. The projects for this space will be reviewed and selected by a peer jury. Submission deadline is twice a year: April 30 and September 30.
ProjEX ROOMArtists and collectives (emerging to established) are invited to submit proposals of projects in any media. This site is specifically for members, other artists, and cultural producers to exhibit works in progress, ideas that are in the middle stages of development, projects exploring and expanding the parameters of new media, or work that comments on current sociopolitical issues and for artists to receive critical discourse about their work. Projects are programmed on an ongoing basis as to remain flexible and timely.The ProjEx Room is an initiative of Latitude 53 that showcases the work of artists and cultural producers experimenting with visual culture. This work is often in process and provides the artist opportunities to expand upon their research and development in and generates dialogue between artists and audiences about the work. At this current time, Latitude 53 is unable to provide travel assistance so artist should consider this limitation prior to submitting for a space within the ProJEX Room space.The projects for this space will be reviewed and selected by the Executive Director. Submission deadlines: 15 January; 15 April; 15 July; and 15 October.

Project description
Artist or Curatorial statement
Curriculum Vitae (4 pages maximum)
15 digital images of proposed or recent work
on a Compact Disc (JPEG format, 300 dpi, 6×6 inches, RGB)
Digital Video Disc or Compact Disc for video or audio work
Image List (including title, medium, date and size)
Web address/URL if available
Press kit (4 pages maximum)
Contact information (mailing address, phone number and email)
Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (for return of submission materials)
We do not accept:

Email submissions
URL’s exclusively as support material
Original artwork
Slides, VHS tapes or audio cassette
PowerPoint format
Fax submissions
Please print out all written material and do not staple. Do not include any other files in your digital image disc except for your images.

Send submissions to:


Programming Committee
Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture
10248-106 Street, Edmonton, AB
T5J 1H5


Todd Janes, Executive Director
Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture
10248-106 Street
Edmonton, AB
T5J 1H5

For more information, contact us at or (780) 423 5353

© 2011 AAAPNB - Tous droits réservés.
Grands dossiers
Soutien en santé ...
Soutien en santé mentale - L’AAAPNB répond à l’appel

L’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick (AAAPNB) lance fièrement son tout nouveau programme de soutien à la santé mentale : BOUÉE. Par le biais d’une offre de services totalement gratuits, le ...

Patrimoine canadien Nouveau-Brunswick
Fil de nouvelles Facebook Twitter YouTube
Partager cette page par courriel
ou avec votre réseau personnel

Conseil des Arts du Canada

Politique de confidentialité

Conditions d'utilisation