Art Auction for ElderDog

I am reaching out to you today to tell you about our upcoming Art Auction for ElderDog. Due to the many restrictions around COVID-19, this year’s event will be online only. The event will be set up as a facebook auction and the platform will be very simple. The art will be uploaded as an album with details about the artist and the work and bids will be taken in the comment section of each photo. As you may know, ElderDog is a solely volunteer run charitable organization supporting aging dogs and aging people. Our work has become even more critical in this time of COVID-19 and the organization has been granted essential service status. For some seniors we have been their only contact with the outside world during this time of isolation, while adhering to all public health protocols and PPE requirements. This auction will be different than those in previous years in that all pieces will need to be a 100% donation to the event. We totally understand if this is not possible for you at this difficult time and we respect that you too may be struggling during this unprecedented shut down of most cultural events, limiting your ability to sell your work by traditional means. Your consideration is all we ask. If you are able to support this event with a donation, large or small,100% of the proceeds from the auction will be used in the continuing support of seniors and their canine companions through the work of ElderDog Canada. If you would like to be involved and are able to make a donation, your contribution would be so appreciated.

Please send any donation information to this email address,

and include the following details:

Further details will be shared as we approach the auction date. The auction will begin in early November and should you know someone who may wish to participate, don’t hesitate to share this email. All artists are welcome.

Sell @ 100 Galleries: Annual Sales Festival 2020

Title: Sell @ 100 Galleries: Annual Sales Festival 2020

Short Description:

In our ongoing efforts to promote and sell your art, we are pleased to invite you to submit for Sell @ 100 Galleries annual art sales festival 2020. This unique opportunity showcases your artworks for sales in up to 100 online links around the world.

Displaying your art in such scope will boost your digital presence and SEO, help you to reach millions of art lovers, and create a real chance of selling your artworks worldwide.

As social distancing protocols have become a part of our daily life, we all learned to change the ways we used to buy anything, and art is no different. The online art sales was on the rise for the past 5 years, and adapting to live with COVID-19 has accelerated the growth rate even more.

Enhance your chances to sell by showcasing your art globally.

Submit now at

Deadline: 10 November 2020


How to Apply:


Eligibility: Open to all artists worldwide in Photography, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Illustration, Digital Arts, Sculpture, Mixed Media, etc.



Artwork Sales

Selected artworks will be promoted to sell online in up to 100 placements worldwide.

The placements are from North America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

All art sales processes will be monitored and managed by Biafarin sales department.


A promotion program will be executed to boost the selected artists’ exposure and increase the artwork sales during the running period.


All artists will receive related notifications, whenever there is a potential buyer.

Biafarin Certificate

A digital certificate will be issued for all selected artists.

Biafarin Free Shipment

Selected Biafarin members with Gold and Platinum membership will use a free shipment of their artwork(s) in case of sales.

Learn more at:



US$ 50 for 1 Artwork

US$ 150 for 2 to 5 Artworks

US$ 200 for 6 to 10 Artworks

Fees are non-refundable. 

If you artworks have not been approved for this opportunity, you will be eligible to get a refund via your Paypal account.

About Biafarin

Biafarin is a Canadian artist management company with a network of artists in 70+ countries. As an art technology company, our online platform empower artists to present, promote and sell their art worldwide.

For more information please go to

Best regards;

Susan Miller

Business Relations Executive

Biafarin Inc

an Artist Management Company

Ontario – CANADA

Announcing the launch of The Salt Spring National Art Prize 2021/22!

The official launch of SSNAP 2021/22


The Salt Spring National Art Prize was established in 2015 to recognize, showcase, and publicize the accomplishments of Canadian visual artists. As a biennial national art prize with over $30,000 in awards, we are committed to continuing our legacy and look toward mounting a live exhibition in September 2021.

Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada who are eighteen years of age and older as of January 1, 2020 are invited to submit their two-dimensional and three-dimensional work for consideration. The art prize will showcase approximately 50 finalists chosen by a national jury. An exhibition of the finalists’ work will take place in Sept/Oct 2021 at Mahon Hall on Salt Spring Island, B.C..

Because of the present Covid situation and its uncertainty, details of the exhibition events will be announced at a later date.

The call for submissions will open January 1, 2021!

Keep yourself informed about SSNAP 2021/22 by clicking the ‘Keep Me Informed’ button on our website

Our founding director Ronald T. Crawford states, “In this unprecedented time for visual artists across the country, we are excited and proud to move forward with SSNAP 2021/2022! Although the uncertainty of Covid protocols make scheduling the events difficult to finalize, we are committed to a live Finalist Exhibition showcasing some of the best in Canadian art!”

The intent of the Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP) is to encourage Canadian artists whose artistry demonstrates originality, quality, integrity and creativity, resulting in significant work with a real visual impact and depth of meaning.

All artists’ submissions must be submitted by the artist themselves and their identity will be anonymous to the jury until the exhibition opens. Canadian citizens and permanent residents over the age of 18 are eligible to apply with the call for submissions opening January 1, 2021.

For more information regarding The Salt Spring National Art Prize see our website at

Here is to great Canadian Art!

Keep yourself informed about SSNAP 2021/22 by clicking the ‘Keep Me Informed’ button on our website

Our mailing address is:

The Salt Spring National Art Prize

114 Rainbow Rd

Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 2V5



The Day of Visibility for the Live Event Community is TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

The Day of Visibility for the Live Event Community

On TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER an hour after sundown, 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM EDT, the Live Event Community are asking Technicians,

Suppliers, Live Event Workers, Event Venues and Companies, and everyone who is, or knows folks that are, to give a shout out to the live event community across the country with light the night red – raising awareness for an industry that is still dark.

You can create your own light up the night red activity and register it here:

Sign up for updates (and to register your installation):

Social Media: @WeBuildentertainment


In Halifax, Antony Kahil is wanting to create 8 key and highly visible areas to awash Halifax in Red Light on Sept 22nd.

If you or anyone you know can help him realize his lighting concepts for this Day of Visibility contact him.


Phone: (1) (902) – 817 – 3330

Press release:

The live event community was the first out of jobs, and by all indications will be the last back. Many people are facing choices between food and rent, or are facing evictions. Production personnel and artists, companies all across production and entertainment are fading to black.

On Tuesday, 22 September 2020, an hour after sundown, we are asking technicians, suppliers and venues across the country to light the night red – raising awareness for an industry that is still dark. This is a “red alert”, reminding Canadians that we are still here and ready to work, but to stop the spread of COVID-19, large events, conventions and concerts have been cancelled indefinitely. Campaigns in Germany (#nightoflight2020) and the UK (#LightItInRed) have been successful in raising the profile of an industry that has lost 80-95% of its business since March.

The live event community needs every jurisdiction in Canada to find the time and a red light. It does not need to be a giant show; it just needs to be a show of red.

Traditionally, theatres are dark on Monday, allowing everyone involved a day off. We will light the night RED on Tuesday, a night that would normally bring bright marquees and lit stages.

Your help is needed to shine a light on the tens of thousands of live event workers who are in the wings while theatres, convention halls and arenas remain dark. Venues, shops, homes (and gnomes!) awash with red. We would love to see YOU the workers lit up in red as well! Put your city’s twist on it.

We need our venues, shops, homes (and gnomes!) awash with red.

The arts and live event community support an amazing variety of industries and possess a remarkable collection of skills. By coming together on Sept 22nd it will showcase the magnificent scope of live events, and the people who create them.

Starting 28 August, there will be an interactive map at where you can showcase your installation. There will be an opportunity to give some love to your installation sponsor/supporter as well. An appropriate hashtag will allow us to push our cause to the top of the trending lists on 22 September. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter to get information as soon as it’s available.

This is not a protest. We are reminding our communities and our government that we have been told to stand by for the health of our fellow Canadians and that we want to be ready to return to work once the danger has passed.

The arts and live event community would like to thank our various provincial and federal governments who have been supportive to this point with programs like CERB, CEWS, arts and heritage grants — but it’s not over. Our stages, conference rooms, event centres, and venues are still dark. We need continued support until the lights are back on for good.

We support an amazing variety of industries and possess a remarkable collection of skills. We are coming together to showcase the magnificent scope of live events, and the people who create them.

We need your help to shine a light on the tens of thousands of live event workers who are in the wings while theatres, convention halls and arenas remain dark.


Scott Macmillan/Jennyfer Brickenden

Scojen Music Productions Ltd.

PO Box 46057 Halifax NS B3K 5V8

Plein Air Painters of the Bay Of Fundy 2020 Members Exhibit July 14th-August 30th

Plein Air Painters of the Bay Of Fundy is pleased to announce an exhibition representing 14 of its Canadian members. This exhibition will display a collection of paintings completed while working outside and may include a studio painting per artist. This show will provide visitors the opportunity to view an outstanding representation of artwork painted while on location.

2020 Members Exhibit

The 2020 Members Exhibit will be on display from Tuesday, July 14th through to Sunday, August 30th, hosted by Kingsbrae Garden Gallery, 220 King Street, St. Andrews, NB.

Plein Air Painters of the Bay Of Fundy is a group of committed painters working in the US and Canada. The group organizes an annual paint out in the region and provides a way for Plein Air artists in the Bay of Fundy Region to exhibit their work in alternating in both the United States and Canada.  The group of exhibiting painters represent some of our Canadian members due to Covid 19.

SCA CALL for Entry DEADLINE June 19th!

The Society of Canadian Artists
The CALL for ENTRY for our annual 52nd international open juried exhibition is now open! This exhibition will be held at the Papermill Art Gallery, Todmorden Mills, in Toronto, ON from July 27 to August 23, 2020. This is an exciting opportunity to enter a juried international exhibition! We are looking forward to seeing an outstanding collection of art from around the world.

To find our more information and to enter, visit our web site:



The Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour (CSPWC) announces its first Online Annual International Open Water Juried Exhibition 2020.
In lieu of the traditional physical gallery exhibition, we are proud to present the 95TH International Open Water Juried Exhibition as an online exhibit which will be posted on the CSPWC website gallery.