Budding Artist Show

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Arteast 12th Annual Budding Artist Exhibition. The 12th Annual Arteast Budding Artist Exhibition will be held at St Laurent Complex, 525 Côté Street, Ottawa K1K 0Z8 from Friday, May 25 through Thursday, June 26, 2014, Monday to Friday 7AM to 10 PM; Saturdays & Sundays 7 AM to 6 PM

To see a copy of the Invitation, please click HERE.

To see a copy of the Application Form, please click HERE.

To see a copy of the Exhibition Regulations in English, please click HERE.

To see a copy of the Exhibition Regulations in French, please click HERE.

The main goal of this annual exhibition is to encourage emerging artists who do not have the opportunity to exhibit their works with other groups or in other locations.

While it is difficult to accurately describe a person who is "budding" and at what point one "ceases to be budding," there are certain unmistakable landmarks. Recognition, by other artists, that you are their peer is the definition used by the province of Ontario.

More substantially, frequently exhibiting and/or renting space in exhibitions, with a history of sales in public events, signifies that an artist is "no longer budding." Being accepted in a professional group for example "Art Lending", where the work is juried prior to acceptance into the group, indicates the person is "no longer budding."

Teaching others in that medium is also a recognized milestone; an individual cannot be both budding and teaching.

One goal of the exhibition is to provide feedback to artists whose works receive low marks - a score less than 55%.This is done in the spirit of encouragement and to further improvement.

In essence, the jurors look for originality in style and presentation of subject matter, as well as awareness of compositional elements, while acknowledging that the artist is not professional. The process is fair. Works are presented to the jurying panel one at a time and scoring is done in silence. Once the voting is finished and the marks registered, the judges review the works with lower rankings and as a group discuss the merits of each, as well a suggestions for improvement. The exhibition coordinators will then relay the commentary to the participant by phone. At no time are scores publicized.

Ribbons are presented individually by each juror to the work they feel exhibits the most potential.

Remember, we are all winners when we have the opportunity to share our work in an exhibition!


Le principal but de cette exposition annuelle est d'encourager les jeunes artistes qui n'ont pas l'opportunité d'exposer leurs travaux avec d'autres groupes, ni d'autres locaux.

Il est difficile de déterminer quand cesse-t-on d'être 'débutant' : on le sait selon certains critères.

La reconnaissance par d'autres artistes, qui sont nos pairs, est la définition utilisée par la province de l'Ontario.

Plus exactement, par des expositions fréquentes, par la location d'espace incluant des ventes, signifie qu'un artiste n'est plus 'débutant'. Être accepté dans un groupe professionnel, par ex. 'Art Lending', où le travail est soumis et accepté par un jury, indique que la personne n'est plus 'débutante'.

Enseigner aux autres un médium est aussi une reconnaissance du statut : un individu ne peut pas être débutant et maître à la fois.

Un objectif de cette exposition est d'informer les artistes qui reçoivent un pointage insuffisant, ex. 55% et moins. C'est fait dans l'esprit d'encourager vers l'amélioration.

Ainsi, les jurys regardent l'originalité du style, du sujet présenté ainsi que les éléments de la composition, tout en tenant compte que l'artiste n'est pas un professionnel. Le procédé est juste. Les travaux sont présentés individuellement et le pointage est fait en silence. Une fois le vote terminé et la notation enregistrée, les juges revoient les travaux aux notes inférieures. Ils discutent les mérites de chacun aussi bien que des suggestions d'amélioration. Puis, les coordonnateurs de l'exposition informent les participants. Les pointages ne sont jamais publiés.

Les mentions spéciales sont présentées individuellement par chaque jury pour le travail jugé le plus performant.

Souvenez-vous que nous sommes tous des gagnants quand nous avons l'opportunité de partager notre travail dans une exposition.


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The Budding Artist Exhibition Is Back.

 




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