This is an opportunity to see your art featured in an exhibition! Young people ages 13 to 19 are eligible to submit. Chosen submissions will be showcased in an amazing outdoor exhibition, called ARTiculate Our Rights, to be presented at The Forks in Winnipeg next summer in celebration of 150 years since the provisional government of Louis Riel ushered in the establishment of the Province of Manitoba.
Students are invited to make their submission online until January 31, 2020.
ARTiculate Our Rights is presented by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Manitoba 150.
The call for submissions is open until January 31, 2020.
The Museum, in partnership with Manitoba 150, will present the ARTiculate Our Rights outdoor exhibition at the Forks starting in late spring of 2020. The Museum plans to display additional entries in its Expressions gallery on Level 6 from Summer 2020 through Spring 2021.
Who is eligible for ARTiculate Our Rights?*
- Students ages 13 to 19 (at the time of submission)
- Students under the age of 18 must submit a parent/legal guardian consent form with their online submission.
- Individual or group submissions welcome
- Must be residents of Manitoba
- Must be original artworks that reflect a youth perspective on the topic of human rights in the future
- Original artworks can be created in any medium except film or video but must be submitted in the form of a high-quality digital photograph.
*Publishers, galleries, agents and collectors are not eligible to submit entries.
- The submission must include a short, written description about the artwork and how it fits the theme (maximum 100 words)
Digital images of the artworks:
- Can be a maximum dimension of 17 inches wide by 12 inches tall at 300 dpi (the higher the resolution, the better the image will appear when reproduced in a large-scale format)
- Must have a horizontal orientation (meaning that it is wider than it is tall).
- Must be submitted as JPG, JPEG, TIFF, PDF or EPS
- Must be no larger than 400 MB
- Must include the student’s first and last name in the file name (e.g.: johndoe_studentwork.jpg)
Submissions that do not meet these technical requirements will be disqualified.
The students and/or groups of students will retain the rights to the artwork. However, submitting an entry grants the Museum a license to use the artwork in perpetuity.
By submitting, the student(s) confirm and acknowledge that:
- The artwork being submitted is their own original work and is not a reproduction of someone else’s work;
- The Museum is granted worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, irrevocable, and non-exclusive right and license to use, copy, adapt, transmit, publicly display, distribute, and create derivative works of the student(s) work and personal information (including name, age and city/town of residence) in any and all manner and media whatsoever, for the administration of ARTiculate Our Rights or any publicity carried out by the Museum and its marketing or fundraising partners; and
- The Museum will not be required to pay any additional consideration, including but not limited to, artist fees or exhibition rights fees, or to seek any additional approval in connection with the above uses.
Wherever possible, any use of the artwork by the Museum will include a credit to the student(s) which will include the student’s name, age and city/town of residence.
Please note that to make a submission, you will be required to create an account with the online platform Submittable.
The collection and use of personal information by the Museum for this project is authorized by the federal Museums Act and complies with the federal Privacy Act.