Public call for Ghost Stories about The Robert McLaughlin Gallery! After almost 50 years in the community, Oshawa’s art gallery has some history behind it, as do the many artifacts, paintings, sculptures and curiosities housed in our gallery vault.
The RMG is currently producing a short documentary titled “Ghosts of the Gallery” set to launch on October 2nd at RMG Fridays in our Friday Film Features screening room. In the spirit of Halloween, gallery staff are sharing their supernatural experiences on camera and we invite the public to participate as well!
A chill on the back of your neck, unexplained perfume smells, objects moving without the help of human hands, strange apparitions, orbs captured in photographs – we want to hear them all! Telling your story does not mean you have to go on camera, there are many ways we can include it in the film!
Please submit your stories by September 15th to:
Carla Sinclair, Manager of Community and Volunteer Development
Phone: 905-576-3000 x106
Opportunities are now available for community partnerships and special initiatives as well as an annual artist residency that prioritizes artists who wish to experiment with new ideas, collaborate, and work in new directions.
Exhibiting artists will have opportunities to give public talks on their work, participate in professional development workshops, and give and receive critical feedback from peers.
Programming of this space is separate from our curatorial planning and proposal selections will be made through a jury of local artists and arts professionals.
October 15, 2015 for projects taking place from March 1, 2016 – August 31, 2016
Information Session: Thursday 10 September, 7pm
For more information, please contact Leslie Menagh: Manager of Public Programs & ArtReach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905.576.3000 ext. 108
Deadline: 1 December, 2015
Help tell the stories of 10 unidentified portraits in the Thomas Bouckley Collection. Whether it is a fictional diary entry, poem, letter, short story, storyboard, or character sketch, imagining an identity to these unknown portraits brings the characters to life.
Submissions will be reviewed by a jury, and selected entries will accompany the photographs in an exhibition at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery or displayed on our website. Please click here to submit.
Unidentified portraits are not commonly displayed. By bringing these images forward, we hope to engage the creative side of the public of the public, and possibly in the process discover a clue as to their true identity.
For more information contact Sonya Jones, Associate Curator and Curator of the Thomas Bouckley Collection at email@example.com
To for more information and to submit, please visit https://rmg.on.ca/their-stories.php