Grad Studies



  • 301 Gallery Call to Artists! For Summer Immersive Juried Exhibition

WHAT: This summer, Montserrat invites all current and past summer immersive students to submit work to a juried Summer Immersive Exhibition. The exhibition aims to show the depth and range of artists who have benefited from the Summer Immersive program, and will be held in the 301 Cabot Street Gallery at Montserrat College of Art. The exhibition will be juried and curated by Leonie Bradbury, Director and Curator of Montserrat College of Art Galleries.

WHEN: The exhibition will be held concurrent with the immersive program from June 9 – July 11, 2014.

WHO: All artists who enroll for summer 2014 or who have previously attended the Montserrat Summer Immersive Program (summer 2011 was the first year) are eligible to submit two entries.

HOW: Artists will submit an application form and image(s) using the online form provided below.

DEADLINE: The application deadline is May 9th, applicants will be notified by May 23, and selected works must be delivered between Tuesday, May 27 – Friday, May 30. If your site-specific or installation work is selected, works may be installed June 2nd – 6th.

THE DETAILS: Each artist may submit 2 entries for consideration. This may be a finished work in any medium including sculpture, or a proposal for a site-specific or installation based work. Artists submitting large scale works are encouraged to also submit one smaller work as space may be limited. Artists will be required to submit a statement and resume.


  • Open Call for Artists (performance, installations, multi-media, mixed media)

Intersection is an annual new music and arts festival hosted by Contact Contemporary Music, held at various venues including a daylong happening at Yonge-Dundas Square.

Dates: September 5, 6, 7

We are looking for contributions for September 6 at Yonge Dundas Square

To apply: Please send your proposal including audio/video link(s) to   by June 1, 2014

Aptly named for its crossroads of both music and traffic, Intersection is a new/experimental/creative festival anchored by a daylong music marathon in the heart of Toronto at Yonge-Dundas Square. Intersection transforms Toronto’s busiest street corner into a mecca of music and sound art. The main stage hosts a variety of performances by Toronto’s most innovative music creators and performers. An interactive marketplace featuring music organizations and local businesses fill the grounds of the square. Unplugged intimate performances create a “Music Circus” in the square during set changes on the featured stage. The marathon creates an environment where eyes and ears are opened, conversations are had and awareness is created. People are free to experiment, discuss and partake in the music and activities around them.


  • Sotheby’s Institute Semester Programme in Art Museums, Galleries and Curating

Art Museums, Galleries and Curating is a full-time semester programme at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London designed for students and professionals considering future careers in art museums and art galleries. The programme is thematically structured to investigate a wide variety of approaches to the subject, from the largest questions about the social and cultural roles of art museums and galleries, to issues concerning the presentation and interpretation of art objects within them. The programme explores current debates about art museums and galleries in the context of the history of collecting, care and exhibition of works of art from the sixteenth-century onwards. Key components of modern art museum and gallery practice, such as acquisitions and collecting, collections management, display methods, exhibition planning, conservation, learning and interpretation are all critically examined.

Through the prism of historic and contemporary practice, the programme also considers the position of the gallery curator at the centre of a complex and fluid network of professionals. It will explore the dynamic working relationships that are so fundamental within museums and galleries, and provide students with a window into these vital and otherwise unseen communities.

First-hand encounters with art works and exhibition spaces are an integral part of the learning experience. London is a major centre for art collections and art institutions alike, and faculty-led visits to museums and galleries are fundamental to the framework of the programme. There are day trips to venues such as Cambridge (Kettle’s Yard, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the New Hall Art Collection), Chichester (Pallant House Gallery and Chichester Cathedral) and Aylesbury (Waddesdon Manor), and a European field trip is also included in the cost of the programme.

Course Dates

September 8 – December 18, 2014

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