Call for Proposals, Red Clay (NS)

The White Rabbit Open Air Art Project is now accepting proposals from artists.

White Rabbit is art in the landscape. Artists live and work in community for one week at a beautiful farm in Nova Scotia. The residency culminates in a one-day public exhibition of the week’s in progress and completed pieces.

When: August 13th-20th, 2011.

Where: Red Clay (Upper Economy), Nova Scotia.

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The cost for participants is $250 for submissions received prior to May 1st and covers 6 days including workshops by invited senior artists and all meals, accommodations (camping along stream plus a limited number of loft spaces), use of site facilities and available tools. Food will be fresh and locally sourced, prepared on-site daily by our talented chefs.

Interested artists should submit the following before May 1st (to be considered for the $250 participant cost). Submissions received after that date will be considered if space permits at the full cost of $325.

All registration fees must be paid by May 31.

To be considered for White Rabbit, please submit:

– a brief description (maximum 1 page) of your proposed project during White Rabbit – include key ideas you will be exploring as well as possible tools that you’ll need access to.

– a brief artist biography and including your current place of residence, previous work and media (1 page max).

Submissions can be sent to:

Red Clay Studio Society
PO Box 35, Bass River, NS. B0M 1S0

Or emailed to

The White Rabbit Open Air Art Project is organized by Red Clay Studio Society (RCSS) a non-profit group committed to developing art in rural communities.