November 5, 2021 – January 22, 2022

CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED

Image Credit: Bethany LeBlonc. Landscape Interrupted. Acrylic paint, china marker and pen on canvas, 20”x16”, 2020. Bethany was the recipient of the 2020 Kevin J. Batchelor Emerging Artist Award. 

Details

November 5, 2021 – January 22, 2022

Prizes

Juror’s Prize

$1500

Kevin J. Batchelor Emerging Artist 

$1000

Paul Quarrington Multidisciplinary Arts 

$250

The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed was created in recognition of Group of Seven member, Franklin Carmichael, who was born in Orillia. Now in its 20th year, this juried show calls on artists from across the country to submit work that embraces, challenges, comments, critiques, echoes, re-works or strengthens images, perceptions and interpretations of Canadian landscape through the artist’s chosen medium. Heavily rooted in Carmichael’s beliefs on traditionalism and classical modes of artistic expression, Carmichael himself was very much invested in contemporary artistic styles having been inspired by his native Canadian surroundings.

Click on the button below for information on how to submit art to the jury.

Annual Carmichael Lecture with Guest Speaker Anna Hudson

Join Anna Hudson, live on Zoom, on November 17th at 7 PM

 

 

About the speaker:

Anna Hudson, PhD / FRSC, is an art historian and curator specializing in 19th and 20th-century art in Canada, in addition to modern and contemporary circumpolar Indigenous art and performance. Hudson is a professor of Art History and Visual Culture in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design at York University (Toronto). She also continues to research and publish in the area of her doctoral dissertation, Art and Social Progress: the Toronto community of Painters (1933–1950), exploring the influence of scientific humanism on art, criticism, and cultural advocacy in the interwar years.