Regina ATC 11th Anniversary 2014

"Celebrate the Senses - Art and the Body"

Beginning in June 2014, the Regina Artist Trading Card (ATC) Collective will celebrate its 11th anniversary with an exhibition of artist trading cards, entitled "Celebrate the Senses - Art and the Body" and to be held at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Artists worldwide are invited to submit a set of six original artist trading cards, inspired by the theme of "Celebrate the Senses - Art and the Body" or a theme of their own choice, to be displayed in 'The Living Room', a space for creative response and reflection at the MacKenzie Art Gallery. This display is in conjunction with an upcoming exhibition of work by Mary Pratt.

The opening reception for the 11th anniversary will be on Saturday, 7th June 2014, at 2pm (to be confirmed).

Submitted artwork will be displayed at the gallery until 1st September 2014. After the exhibition closes, the organisers will send you six ATCs in exchange for your work.

Please send six artist trading cards by 30th April 2014 to

Regina ATC c/o MacKenzie Art Gallery
3475 Albert Street
S4S 6X6

Please indicate if you do not want your work to be posted on the web, and document your submissions before sending them, as the organisers are not able to provide scans.

Please include with your submission:

  • A page about yourself and how you made your artwork.

    Please share a little information about yourself, your techniques and tools, and your image content.

  • Your contact information, including your e-mail address if possible.

  • A return address label and postage stamps*

*If you live outside Canada, don’t worry about the return postage. Send something fun instead: ephemera from your own country, or an extra card. The organisers will pay the return postage; it's easier that way.

After the exhibition finishes in September, you will receive six ATCs by other featured artists.

For more information on the Regina ATC 11th Anniverary 2014, please or find them on Facebook.

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