Current Call

The call for proposals for the 2024/2025 exhibition period is now CLOSED. 

Please continue to check in on this page, and keep an eye on our social media channels and e-newsletter for upcoming Juried Exhibition Program announcements. 

About the Juried Exhibition Program


The Juried Exhibition Program is presented through the A/P Main Gallery as a way to provide  opportunities for artistic and public communities to experience the diversity of print media as a contemporary and vital artistic medium. 

Artists from anywhere in the world who incorporate printmaking within their practice are encouraged to apply for a solo exhibition through this program.  All applications are reviewed by a panel of adjudicators and selected artists are invited to exhibit their work. 

Exhibiting Artist Fees

All exhibiting artists through this program are paid exhibition fees in accordance with CARFAC recommended fee schedule.


All submissions are assessed by an adjudication committee of 3-5 individuals that include A/P staff, members of the printmaking community, and invited members of the larger visual arts sector, the the committee consisting of a different composition of individuals each selection year. 

Applications are assessed based on artistic and conceptual merit and feasibility of the proposed exhibition within the Main Space Gallery.

When selecting applicants, additional jury considerations are made with respect to supporting a full exhibition schedule that represents the diversity of print media and artists working in print.

These considerations include and are not limited to representation of: 

  • A diversity of peoples, voices, identities, and perspectives;
  • Varied professional arts training and trajectories such as educational background and current point in one’s career;
  • A diversity of practices in printmaking such as techniques, materials, and visual approaches; 
  • A range of subject matter and expressed ideas and concepts through the work; and 
  • A diversity of local, national, and international artists, including with consideration of geographic location, location of training, and nationality.

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