Call for Submissions: Toronto Public Library Invites Artists to Exhibit at 13 Branches Across the City

January 22, 2013 | Media Relations

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TORONTO (Tuesday, January 22, 2013) - Toronto Public Library is pleased to once again welcome artists to submit work for a possible month-long exhibition at one of 13 Toronto Public Library branches during the 2013/2014 exhibit season.  An Art Selection Committee will consider works prepared for hanging in all media, including photography (no sculptures).  New for 2013/2014, artists or groups of artists selected to exhibit will pay a $20 + HST exhibition fee at the time of installation. Submissions deadline is April 5, 2013. Complete details can be found at the Toronto Public Library website or by contacting the Art Exhibits Office at 416-393-7224.

Toronto Public Library Branches with Art Exhibition Space:

Deer Park Branch
40 St. Clair Avenue East

Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre
341 Oakwood Avenue

Don Mills Branch  
888 Lawrence Avenue East

Fairview District Branch

(Currently closed for renovations &
will reopen Fall 2013)
35 Fairview Mall Dr.

Richview Branch
1806 Islington Avenue


Leaside Branch
165 McRae Drive 

Runnymede Branch
2178 Bloor Street West

Mimico Centennial Branch
47 Station Road 

S. Walter Stewart Branch
170 Memorial Park Avenue

North York Central Library
5120 Yonge Street

Woodside Square Branch
1571 Sandhurst Circle

Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Boulevard

Yorkville Branch
22 Yorkville Avenue



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Melanie Boatswain-Watson, Communications Officer