The Fort Gallery is seeking 2D and 3D artists for their third annual juried exhibition, ic(o!)nic Canada.

Fort Gallery seeking artists for Canada 150 show

The Fort Gallery is seeking 2D and 3D artists for their third annual juried exhibition, ic(o!)nic Canada

The Fort Gallery is seeking 2D and 3D artists for their third annual juried exhibition, ic(o!)nic Canada.

The show runs July 19 to Aug. 6 and celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday with artworks that reflect contemporary visions of Canadian identity.

Cultural influences by both First Nations and immigrants, the size and location of our geography, the diverse forms of landscape and the plants and animals that cohabit that landscape have all contributed to what we understand as uniquely Canadian.

But in the 21st century, how do we define ourselves? And how can we express this in contemporary art forms?

The Fort Gallery invites your ideas, insights and submissions.

How to Apply:

Artists may submit a maximum of three artworks electronically for adjudication to the Fort Gallery at by Thursday, June 15.

1. Fill out an online submission form and send a separate email to with up to three digital images of up to three artworks (jpg or jpeg only and 1-5 MB).

1. Pay the jury fee: one fee payment per artist of $30 ($20 for Fort Gallery Society members). Payments can be made online, by mail or in person:

The Fort Gallery’s mailing address is:

PO Box 685
9048 Glover Road
Fort Langley, BC
V1M 2S1

For more information, visit




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