Make Your Mark at The Power Plant’s Power Ball
Bumble wants you to make your mark in the Canadian art world! In collaboration with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, we are having an open call for proposals exclusively through Bumble Bizz for an artist to be showcased at Power Ball: 21 Club.
No matter what stage of your career, we want you to submit your proposal for an art installation inspired by Bumble’s motto; Make The First Move. The chosen artist will have their work on display for Power Ball: 21 Club which takes place on June 6, 2019. Power Ball is ambitious fundraising event which provides support for the exhibitions and extensive public programming produced by The Power Plant year-round.
This is an opportunity of a lifetime for artists to show their work alongside leading Canadian contemporary artists and to collaborate with Canada’s leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world
How to enter:
Create a profile
Make sure you switch to Bumble Bizz
Find and match with our Make Your Mark profile
Click the link in the conversations screen
Fill out the application (your info and a link to your material)
Applications for the initiative will open March 25, 2019 and close on April 14, 2019.
About The Power Plant
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada’s leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to a diverse group of living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work. The Power Plant fulfills its mandate by generating: exhibitions that represent the range of advanced practice in visual arts; publications that provide in-depth explorations of contemporary art; lectures and symposia that encourage debate and further understanding; interpretative tools that invite visitors to question, explore and reflect upon their experiences; programming that incorporates other areas of culture at their intersection with visual art.