Call For Artists - Long Exposure Festival
We are happy to announce the Long Exposure Festival, an outdoor light festival taking place tentatively July 13 2019 in Don Mills Park with the help of Toronto Arts Council! We are looking for artists and collaborators to fill the park with all kinds of glowing, blinking, or interactive art!

This festival showcasing interactive art, installation, and performance within a family friendly setting. Submissions must have a lighting element and be able to work in various weather conditions. Apart from that, let your imagination run wild!

There is some funding and honorariums available for collaborators, performers, and artists. You may propose an existing work. We have a limited number of funding opportunities (Up to 400$) for a new piece of art.

Some items we are interested in:
- Wearable technology (We can pair you with a performer)
- Installation art
- LED based sculpture
- Glowing or black light work
- Long exposure photography
- Interactive art
- Neon

Performance artists please contact

Deadline for submission is May 19th at midnight

What is your name, or group? *
What is your email? *
What type of work are you proposing? *
Tell us about your work *
Please include support material for your work. Images of the piece if it has been produced, or images of past work if it has yet to be made. *
What are your requirements? (Power, stage, specific lighting, ect...) *
What are your financial requirements for this piece? Please include a breakdown with Materials, rentals, transportation, ect *
Are you available for setup and teardown July 13? *
Anything else we should know?
Long Exposure Festival is committed to diversifying the representation of artists in public arts installations. While all applicants are welcome, preference will be given to voices not often represented in these fields. We encourage people of colour, Aboriginal and First Nations folks, gender variant people, people with disability, and those with cultural, economic, and social backgrounds different from the traditionally presented Canadian settler perspective. If you have any questions, concerns, or require assistance completing this application please contact You may choose to use this space to self identify.
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