Call for Poetry Submissions: SPRING FORWARD


Posted on March 30th, by scararts in Featured, Recent News. 3 comments

SPRING MEMBERS EXHIBITION 2016

Call for Poetry Submissions: SPRING FORWARD
Application Deadline: April 12, 2016 by 6 PM 

Download the Application Form below:
Spring Forward: Poetry Application Form — Word
Spring Forward: Poetry Application Form — PDF

Spring Forward Poetry Call - Deadline: April 12 at 6 PM

Scarborough Arts’ 2016 spring exhibit kicks off during National Poetry Month. As such, we invite our members that are poets to submit works that reflect on the season.

Spring is the time that for centuries has given rise to poetic inspiration. In his seminal poem The Wasteland, T.S. Eliot famously declared April the “cruelest month”; George Elliott Clarke signalled that “spring’s resurrection [is]/foretold by the sharp fused fragrance of jubilee roses.” Scarborough Arts’ 2016 Spring Members Exhibit will incorporate poems about or inspired by the season and feature this work alongside our members’ selected visual artworks.

Selected poets can expect their work to be incorporated into the exhibition and will be celebrated at our inaugural SA Talks: Poetry Springs Forth event at the Bluffs Gallery. This evening will feature readings by some of the city’s and country’s most celebrated poets.

For more information, email exhibit@scarborougharts.com or contact 416-698-7322.


Are you a visual artist?
Check out our Spring Forward call for visual arts submissions!


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3 responses to “Call for Poetry Submissions: SPRING FORWARD”

  1. […] Are you a poet? Check out our Spring Forward call for poetry submissions! […]

  2. Can we submit both a poem and an art piece? Or is this a one or the other deal?

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