The Carnegie Craft Juried Biennial Exhibition is an event that features a wide range of talent from Ontario-based crafts practitioners.
Carnegie Craft 2023 is open to both emerging and established professional craftspeople. Material categories that will be considered by the jury include ceramic, wood, textile, metal, glass and mixed media. This is a great opportunity to exhibit your work, and to be considered for one of eight awards!
During the evening of the opening reception on Friday, October 6th, winners of the following awards will be announced: $500 for Best in Show, two $300 Awards of Excellence, and five media-specific awards.
The Carnegie Gallery was established in 1980 as a non-profit artist-run gallery and shop, and is situated in the heart of Dundas, Ontario. The Gallery is mandated to encourage the appreciation of Canadian art and artists, in both visual art and craft.
8. Submissions will be made online at carnegiegallery.org and will require digital images of the work to be reviewed, an Artist Statement, Biography, and entry fees.
9. Works accepted for exhibition must be the works shown in the digital images. All works are subject to inspection upon arrival for breakage. Carnegie Craft reserves the right to reject any submissions that are different from that portrayed in the images submitted.
10. The submission of any entry gives permission to the Carnegie Gallery to reproduce and use any image submitted for publicity or archival purposes, including use on its website and social media.
11. Online submission of applicant’s entry indicates acceptance of the terms of Carnegie Craft 2023 as outlined in this document.
12. Prizes will be awarded at the jurors’ discretion.