LIMITLESS 2017 – $1,000 in Artist Prizes

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Dear Artist,

Established artists should be recognized and rewarded. Emerging artists should be supported.

LIMITLESS the exhibition does both.

How it Works

Submit your artwork for jury before July 28, 2017.

2017 Jurors:

Lauri Koss SFCA,

Elisabeth Sommerville SFCA

Jeff Wilson AFCA

If successful at jury, your artwork displays in an online gallery between August 1 – October 31. This gallery is sent exclusively to the Federation of Canadian Artists’ client database, three days prior to the public launch of the gallery.

The top three artworks selected by the jury will receive cash prizes. The First Place prize winning artist also receives an artist spotlight on our official blog.

A portion of all submission fees supports the creation of a $1,000 bursary for an artist enrolled in post-secondary visual arts education, demonstrating financial need.

This year’s recipient institution is Emily Carr University of Art and Design.

Submit, Show, and Support. It’s that simple. 


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Tony Luciani

The Dressmaker

Oil on Canvas, 48″ x 52″

Click HERE to see the

2016 Gallery.


Artist Prizes 

First Place       $500  

Second Place   $300

Third Place      $200


LIMITLESS exhibits exclusively online only, at betweenAugust 1 – October 31, 2017. You do not need to deliver your artwork to a venue. The gallery is viewable to all visitors and valued clients of the Federation receive a sneak peek of the exhibition three days prior to the public online launch.

Deadline for Entries

The deadline for submissions is July 28, 2017

Entries cost:

Federation Members – $15 per image

Non-Members – $20 per image


Submissions can be made online now ,click the submit button to see full submission guidelines and start your submission. SUBMIT

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