The BC Artscape Chinatown Call for Tenants is open for applications. The Call for Tenants provides full details about the rental opportunities available at BC Artscape Chinatown. Please read this document in full before completing your application. 

Submissions must be received by 3PM on Friday, March 24, 2017.

Accepted file types are PDF, doc and docx.

BC Artscape現在公開接受租戶申請。以下的招租文件提供了所有關於BC Artscape租賃機會的詳情。在提交申請表格之前,請先將文件詳細參考。


可接收的檔案為PDF,doc 及docx 文件。

Please notify Artscape staff of your maintenance request by completing this form. 

If you are reporting an urgent maintenance request after business hours, please call 416-509-3984 – which is a direct line to our superintendent team.

Business Hours are 9 AM - 5 PM Monday - Friday.
This form is for confirming your booking at Artscape Sandbox

Please fill out the following fields to help us better understand who you are and what you plan on doing at Artscape Sandbox.  

Please tell us everything you know to date - it you are unsure just indicate that your plans are in progress or have questions.  

Please consult the Client Guide for policies and contact information.

This application is for booking a project or event in Flex Studios at Artscape Youngplace.

Please fill out the following fields to help us better understand who you are and what you plan on doing in the Flex Studios. Please consult the website for more information on the Studios and the Flex program:

If you have any questions, contact Megan Press, Program Manager at or Claire Leighton, Events and Sales Coordinator at

This application is for expressions of interest for use of exhibition space at Artscape Youngplace.

To apply, complete the following fields to help us better understand who you are and what you would like to exhibit in the Hallway Galleries. 

If you have any questions or would like to view floorplans of the exhibition spaces, contact Megan Press at

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The Indigenous Student Association at OCAD University is accepting submissions of artwork from Indigenous students in Universities and Colleges from across Canada that will interpret the theme Terra Incognita.

Terra Incognita can be defined as "an unknown territory, an unexplored country or field of knowledge.” Artists may want to respond or react to the colonial historical narrative enforced through the celebration of Confederation. It is important to note that this exhibition will run concurrently with Canada's 150th anniversary. 

The exhibition is curated by the Indigenous Student Association in partnership with Artscape’s Daniels Spectrum and Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University.


Creative interpretations of the theme Terra Incognita are encouraged. Applicants may submit work in any medium, including, but not limited to: two-dimensional works, sculpture, installation, screen-based works and multi-media. The exhibition takes place in the gallery on the second floor of Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas St E, Toronto Ontario). All works should be ready for installation. 


Emerging Indigenous artists who are currently enrolled in universities and colleges from across Canada with a range of current practices in contemporary art are encouraged to apply. This call is open to all BIPOC (black, Indigenous, People of colour) students.

EXHIBITION DATES: July 6th - August 31st 


  •          Artist Statement (400 words max)
  •          A curriculum vitae
  •          Biography (200 words max)
  •          3-5 images (both single image views and installation views, if applicable) representing a recent body of proposed work to be considered. 
  •          an image list indicating artist name, title, dimensions in inches, medium, and year

SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: March 31, 2017. Participating artists will be notified by Monday, May 1st, 2017.


If you have any questions please email 

*Participating artists will receive and artists fee and shipping expenses of work will be covered one-way.