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  • 17th Annual Stouffville Studio Tour

    Location: Whitchurch Stouffville, ON

    The 17th Annual Stouffville Studio Tour is an event you don’t want to..
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  • Alpine and All - Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki Solo Exhibit

    Location: Nakusp, BC

    August 16 - September 2, 2017, Nakusp, BC, Canada in the Studio Connexion..
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  • Epson Stylus 9800 Printer for sale

    Location: St George, NB

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  • Call for Artists: Anonymous Art Show

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    The North Vancouver Community Arts Council & CityScape Community Art Space are very..
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  • FotoFilmic//SOLO Exhibition Award

    Location: Vancouver, BC

    FotoFilmic is excited to announce its first ever SOLO EXHIBITION AWARD Call for..
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  • Call for Artists: Figureworks 2017

    Location: Ottawa, ON

    Figureworks is inviting artists to participate in our 8th annual figurative juried award..
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  • 1st Annual Members Call for Entry with Juror Brian Paul Clamp

    Location: Fort Collins, CO

    Current and new members are invited to submit for our upcoming members exhibition..
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  • The Chelsea International Photography Competition

    Location: New York, NY

    The Chelsea International Photography Competition Is Accepting Entries! An excellent opportunity for both amateur..
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  • Opening - Lyndl Hall and Sandee Moore

    Location: Kamloops, BC

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  • Cedar Ridge Gallery: Brian Donnelly

    Location: Toronto, ON

    ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: Brian Donnelly Sept 3 - 14, 2017. Stop in..
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  • Submissions for Gallery Rentals- Cedar Ridge Gallery

    Location: Toronto, ON

    See and Be Seen. Weekly and bi-weekly intervals available from September to December, 2018. Apply..
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  • Open Call for Artists- Cedar Ridge Gallery

    Location: Toronto, ON

    Apply to the Cedar Ridge Centre's Contemporary Art Juried Exhibitions. Bi-weekly intervals available..
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  • Dominique Walker | District Foyer Gallery

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Dominique Walker captures childhood wonder and outdoor play in her series Wildhood. The..
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  • Call for Artists -

    Location: Palm Springs, CA

    Fusion Art invites submissions for the Skies online art exhibition for the month..
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  • Open Call for Exhibitions

    Location: Toronto - Etobicoke, ON

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  • Closing In: June Mielnichuk

    Location: Edmonton, AB

    Closing In: June Mielnichuk On view from September 8th through the 28th. ACUA presents June..
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  • OPEN CALL - WINTER LIGHT EXHIBITION 2017

    Location: Toronto, ON

    OPEN CALL: Ontario Place is seeking proposals from Ontario residents for illuminated sculptures..
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  • Waterloo, Call for Artists

    Location: Waterloo, ON

    The Link at Waterloo Innovation Park is a tenant amenity centre focused on..
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  • Photopolis Group Show

    Location: Halifax, NS

    Photopolis: The Halifax Festival of Photography invites you to send submissions for a..
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  • Call for Submissions - ArtSpeaks Ottawa

    Location: Ottawa, ON

    ArtSpeaks 2017 Friday, October 20, 2017 6-10pm City of Ottawa, Jean Pigott Hall In support of..
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  • Branch Refinement

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Opening Reception Thursday, June 20 | 7 - 9 pm Special Performance by Alt-Shift..
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  • “Lost” International Call For Artists and Writers by ArtAscent

    Location: Toronto, ON

    Deadline August 31, 2017 | Theme: What is it to be lost? To have..
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  • FUNDRAISER-CALL FOR ARTISTS!

    Location: Montreal, QC

    We are part of an non-profit organization (Unity of Man) that is organizing..
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  • Cath Hughes: Things we found at the lake

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    Things we found at the lake is a series that twists the traditional..
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  • Become An Art-treprenuer

    Location: , AB

    How it works: 25+ people are hosted each night for a 2-hour event, each..
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  • Landscapes : Reading and Memory

    Location: Orillia, ON

    Toronto artist Dan Nuttall (www.dandoesdesign.com) has his first solo exhibition Titled: Landscapes :..
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  • Emerging Artist Residency Award

    Location: Picton, ON

    Spark Box Studio Emerging Artist Residency Award Beginning your career as an emerging artist..
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  • Diane Roy: Allegory of Our Seas

    Location: North Vancouver, BC

    In Allegory of our Seas, textile artist Diane Roy uses a variety of..
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  • Canadianisms at Okotoks Art Gallery

    Location: Okotoks, AB

    Exciting, Bold and Filled with Canadian Quirk, artist Brandy Saturley continues her successional..
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GREAT NEWS! Government of Canada suspends lawsuit provision in anti-spam legislation

By Artists in Canada June 21, 2017

Thank you for taking this Issue to the Government.

The Government of Canada is suspending the implementation of certain provisions in Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) in response to broad-based concerns raised by businesses, charities and the not-for-profit sector.

The provisions, known as private right of action, would have allowed lawsuits to be filed against individuals and organizations for alleged violations of the legislation.

The provisions were scheduled to come into force on July 1, 2017, but have now been suspended.

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AIC Article (from June 1)

Are you unknowingly a spammer?

You are trying to make a living as a Canadian artist in truly troubled times. New legislation will hinder you from initiating contact with potential art customers and those that could further your career.

The Canadian Anti Spam Legislation (CASL) was brought in through the Parliamentary back door and given Royal Accent in 2010 as bill c-27, then enacted in 2014 as (bill c-28), lumped together with other bits of legislation it was approved and passed. NOTE: Charitable Organizations, MP’s and MLA’s can still fundraise and solicit you, as they are exempt.

Comply by July 1, 2017 or possibly be fined

Serious fines for email spam violators (that could unknowingly be you) will be implemented starting JULY 1, 2017. Hungry lawyers have been queuing for 3 years waiting to prosecute and litigate individual and class action suits that could be in the thousands and even millions of dollars for large companies. Hard to believe these fines will be greater than settlements for some serious crimes.

The details can get complicated, but the jest of it is, your contacts need to OPT IN to receive your emails, NOT OPT OUT, like anywhere else in the world. You will not even legally be able to send a client an email to have them comply, they need to initiate the conversation. Bulk email violations could add up quickly.

So when does common sense prevail?

How much junk mail do you receive through Canada Post? You can’t request not to receive certain types of mail; Canada Post won’t let you do that, so all you do is throw it out. Legislation doesn’t cover the phone spam we all receive for any number of holiday offers or the out of country actual SPAM and SCAMS we receive daily in our in baskets. We just deal with it using common sense – DELETE or unsubscribe.

How to find new markets and grow your art business?

So how do you get in contact or stay visible with a potential new Art Customer, Curator or Art Gallery?

Let them contact to you through Artists In Canada.

Use your AIC Membership Advantage

If you are an Artists in Canada member use your art to visually attract new viewers. We promote member artists artwork to over 200,000 visitors each month on our home page.

NOTE: It would also be advised to use a regulated mail service to send bulk emails, exhibition information and invitations to shows. These services can be set up on your website and you can load approved emails into the directory. Artists in Canada uses MailChimp.com and we find them very beneficial for our monthly newsletter.


FREE 1Month AIC Membership Offer [Use Promo Code FREE TRIAL]

We want every Canadian artist to have an opportunity to try our member’s platform and be visible on our home page.

Get in before July 1, 2017.

Login, add images, copy and social media links – free. After 30 days it will expire, but you can keep it active if you login and purchase either a 1year ($50) or *2 year ($75) membership. MEMBERSHIP

*(If you take out the 2 Year Basic Membership we will give you a home page mini ad ($25value) for 1 month and you can list your 6 images with prices in the Art Sales Gallery, pay no commissions.)

That’s not all – Do it in the month of June and we will give you an additional 1month mini ad ($25value).


Though Artists in Canada doesn’t agree with how CASL was implemented it is a starting point to limit some of the spam, though it won’t stop serious spammers. Ours is to comply as best we can and give Canadian artists a unique and economical advantage to building their following.

Here are links to more information on CASL.

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/com500/guide.htm

https://www2.deloitte.com/ca/en/pages/risk/articles/what-canada-new-anti-spam-law-means-to-you.html

http://www.emspace.ca/bill-c-28-canadas-anti-spam-law/