Calls for Submission
Within the context of Exposure Festival, we stretched the rules, requesting submissions that related to either the purposeful concept of overexposure or the purposeful concept of underexposure.
Over a four-year period, the ASA invited submissions to the respective exhibitions Fire, Water, and Air, concluding the series with Earth.
The works presented in the exhibition have conjuring powers in our own temporal narratives and imagination.
Each year, the Society invites all emerging artists who are full-time undergraduate students at a post-secondary university in Alberta to submit artworks along with an Artist Statement to our Scholarship Award incentive.
From the Merriam Webster dictionary: “The origin and etymology of NOCTURN: Middle English nocturne, borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Medieval Latin nocturnus, going back to Latin, feminine of nocturnus “of the night.”
The Alberta Society of Artists invites all Juried and Life Members to submit to the
exhibition, The Artist’s Choice 2020. This open-themed exhibition highlights the strengths and interests of the individual artists of The Alberta Society of Artists.
The Alberta Society of Artists invites all artists in Alberta (must be 18 years of age or older) to submit to the exhibition, “Reflections & Shadows.”
The content and meaning of this theme apply to an artist’s Personal, Sociological, or Environmental reflections relating to such matters as change or dissent. The work can be about internal or other perceived issues relating to the phenomena of Reflection and Shadow.
The Alberta Society of Artists invites all artists in Alberta (must be 18 years of age or older) to submit to the exhibition, “Into the Light.” A Provincial travelling exhibition, the theme follows the Alberta Society of Artist’s prior exhibition, “Nocturn” that celebrated darkness and was analogous to the statement by Francis Bacon: “In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.”