The Craft Council of Newfoundland & Labrador offers numerous opportunities throughout the year to both members and non-members alike.


Exhibitions

Having an exhibition at one of the Craft Council’s two galleries can have many benefits for a craftsperson’s career: important exposure, a formal opening, invitations to several hundred guests, media coverage, and access to a major market. Annually we accept applications for exhibitions for the next years programming, and we also have calls for entry for multiple exhibitions throughout the year. See below for current open calls.

Download the Gallery  How-To Primer for assistance on applying to the Gallery.

Funding

The Craft Council offers various forms of funding to members for education and professional development. These include our:

  • Study & Workshop Grants
  • Revolving Loan Fund

Applications for our Loan Fund are open year-round, but our Study & Workshop Grants are applied for annually. Stay tuned below for current opportunities.

Deadline: May 31, 2019

Call for Applications: Annual Members Exhibit

The Craft Council of Newfoundland & Labrador Gallery is currently accepting applications for our Annual Members Exhibit. Open to all members, see here for information on how to become a member.

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May 31, 2019

Craft @ the Edge: Call for Curators

Craft @ the Edge is currently seeking curators eager to develop a themed exhibition of new works in contemporary craft-based art practices. This call is for TWO curators. For full details, see the application or online.

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Revolving Deadline

CRAFT LAB: Mini-Residencies

The Craft Council Gallery seeks submissions for  CRAFT LAB mini-residencies within our new Gallery space. Each Lab Session will last 2 – 3 weeks and provide an opportunity to get playful with your practice. The Lab welcomes experimental contemporary craft practices and works in various stages of completion.

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Deadline: May 13, 2019

Call for Submissions: Bitter Sweet

The Craft Council Gallery is seeking submissions from Clay Studio users for the exhibition Bitter Sweet, A Reminiscence of Newfoundland in Pottery. See application for full details.

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