The Right Angle Journal - Colour Issue: Call for Submissions
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The Right Angle Journal - Colour Issue: Call for Submissions

The Right Angle Journal is looking for text and imagery that show how the austere colour palettes of earlier generations have given way to a more conscious use of colour as an important element of architectural and environmental design. The text should be based on, or should include, personal research and/or experience.

The submission deadline is April 15 -- Please express a commitment of article and/or image contribution no later than April 1, and an outline of the article by April 8. The length of the piece is recommended to be no longer than 1500 words, and no shorter than 500 words.

Please contact Vivian Lo for further details at


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AIC Midterm Meeting 2019 Buenos Aires - COLOUR & LANDSCAPE - Call for Papers
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AIC Midterm Meeting 2019 Buenos Aires - COLOUR & LANDSCAPE - Call for Papers

Call for papers

On behalf of the International Color Association, the AIC 2019 Organizing and Scientific Committees, invite you to participate and submit abstracts related to the theme of the meeting: “Color and Landscape”.

The theme covers different aspects of the landscape, including its visions, constructions, and configurations. The concept of landscape has a double existence: the observer and what is observed. It can be thought of as having natural and social configurations; a product of actions and interactions of nature and humans; a perception by a social group and individuals. The landscape has an objective and subjective character; it is a social and cultural construction, a visual reality and a mental image, a transformation from the idea of terrestrial surface to that of identity in a society. Color and landscape can be described, written, perceived, drawn, painted, remembered, lived, walked, traveled, thought of, colored, represented, prefigured, created, designed, inhabited, symbolized, transformed . . . from literary, physical, pictorial, cultural, patrimonial, archaeological, anthropological, psychological, historical, philosophical, aesthetic, sociological, geographical, topographic, or epistemological points of view, among others.

Abstract submissions are due February 21, 2019. See for a full list of submission guidelines and dates.

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Propellor Gallery - BLUE | BLEU IMPULSE - Call for Submissions
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Propellor Gallery - BLUE | BLEU IMPULSE - Call for Submissions

Exhibition Details

Wednesday, February 13 to Sunday, March 3, 2019
Opening: Saturday February 16, 2–5 pm;
Meet the Artists: Sunday February 24, 2–5 pm

BLUE | BLEU IMPULSE is about Thinking Blue; Visions of Blue; Pure Blues;
Immense sunny Blue Skies wherever you are;
Le temps est bon, le Ciel est Bleu;
Bouncing Blue Waves on moody and vast oceans; Bleu de Mer;
Calm and serene Blue Lakes; Rhapsody in Blue; Blue Persuasions; Blue light;
Having the blues and being inspired by winter melancholy.

After a vibrant Red Impulse Exhibition last February, Propeller is following up with a BLUE | BLEU IMPULSE.
Please provide your own interpretation of BLUE | BLEU and tell the story in the medium of your choice following the requirements outlined below to participate in this exhibition.
Organizers: Michelle Letarte, Sharron Forrest and Maggie Doswell


Thursday January 24th @ 11:50 PM

Submission Requirements:

Name, address, email, phone number.
Brief Artist Statement (200 words maximum).
Maximum size of artwork: 36" x 36” for 2D works. Works that exceed 36” may be considered on case-by-case basis however additional fees will apply. Contact Michelle Letarte ( to inquire.
One image per submission, with a maximum of three artworks submitted per artist
(2000 pixels on the longest edge @72dpi).
Accurate label information (title, date, medium, dimensions, value).
Short narrative text to accompany work(s) (maximum 50 words).
Video links will be accepted.
You agree to allow us to use your submission material, without compensation, in potential catalogue of this exhibition, video or press release.
Submission fee: $50 CDN (including HST) for each entry (*please note, submission fees are non-refundable).
Selected artists will be contacted by email with further instructions.
All sales plus HST will be processed by the Gallery, which will retain 25% commission for non-members and 20% for members.
We reserve the rights to refuse artworks, which do not conform to the submission requirements or to Propeller standards.
Important Dates:
Exhibition dates: Wednesday, February 13 to Sunday, March 3, 2019
Deadline: Thursday January 24th @ 11:50 PM
Intake: Sunday February 10, 6–8 pm/Monday February 11, 11am–1pm
Opening reception: Saturday February 16, 2–5 pm
Meet the Artists: Sunday February 24, 2–5 pm
Artwork Pick-up: Sunday March 3, 4–7 pm

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