Art Submission Form
SUBMISSION CRITERIA & GUIDELINES
• The theme of the artwork should be about environmental concern and sustainability
• We accept any art forms, including 2D/3D work and photography
• There is no limit to the number of pieces an artist can submit
• As a youth fundraiser, we are accepting work from artists from across the Lower Mainland in Grade 12 or below
• You may indicate if your art is available for sale; all proceeds from art sales will go to the David Suzuki Foundation
ARTWORK SELECTION & DISPLAY GUIDELINES
• Due to limited gallery space, only selected submissions will be displayed; selections will be made based on the pieces’ relevance to the theme, creativity and innovation
• Decisions made by the judging panel will be final
• Applicants will be notified by email if their submissions have been selected for display by May 15th
• If your artwork has been selected, you will be responsible for bringing the final piece it to the Concourse Gallery.
Drop-off windows are May 20th from 4pm until gallery closing and May 21st from gallery opening until noon.
• A panel of art experts will judge gallery art on criteria such as best expression of environmental awareness, best use of color representation, etc.; awards will be presented on May 23
• Artists will be notified on May 22 if they receive an award
• For more details, visit our website at
• Your name, grade and school will be listed on the caption of your artwork and will be made available to the public
• Please use a separate form to submit each piece of artwork.
• If you have a google account,please upload your artwork to your google drive and paste the link of your artwork
• If you do not have a google account, please email the photos of your artwork to
by May 9th 11pm PST, with your name and artwork name in the subject.
If you have a google account,upload your artwork to your google drive and set the share setting so that anyone with the link can access your artwork.
Physical description of your artwork
what mediums did you use to make it and what are its dimensions?
Short description of your ideas, inspiration, etc. about your artwork (maximum 200 words)
• Having your artwork available for sale is fully optional
• All proceeds will go to the David Suzuki Foundation
• We will contact artists via email if artwork has been sold
• Sold artwork will be available for buyers to pick up from the gallery on May 24th, 6–8pm
• Unsold pieces will be available for the artist to pick up from the gallery on May 24th, 6–8pm
• If buyers or artists are unable to pick up pieces during the aforementioned times, we are able to make alternative arrangements
Will your artwork be available for sale?
If you make your artwork available for sale, what price would you like to sell it for?
The prices are in CAD$
OTHER TERMS & CONDITIONS
• The organizers will not be held liable or responsible for damage to artwork, including damage from the display of the artwork.
• If your submission contains the likeliness of persons other than yourself, or work created by others (including photographs, images, videos, music), it is your responsibility to obtain permission to use the above
• All artwork submitted, including photographs of your pieces, may be used on the organizers’ websites or other publicity materials
• If your artwork is selected, it must be available for display May 22–24
• Personal information collected will be used only for the purposes of administering this fundraising gallery. By submitting this application form, you agree to the guideline, terms and conditions laid out here.
BURGEON FUNDRAISING ENVIRONMENTAL ART EXHIBITION
A youth fundraiser for the David Suzuki Foundation
May 22–24, Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University, 1399 Johnston St, Vancouver
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