All applicants will receive an answer by e-mail.

Deadline — September 30th 2020, 11:59 p.m.

Skol is now accepting submissions for its 2021-2023 programming years.

Submissions may be for exhibitions or one-off projects such as: interventions, curatorial projects, workshops, master classes, performances, lectures, archive-based researches, fundraising projects, or any combination of these forms within a more ambitious proposal.

The selected exhibitions and projects will be gathered together under a theme developed by the programming committee in response to their shared affinities. Together these projects will form a program that can serve to inform visual arts research and/or political and theoretical reflections.

Risk-taking, emerging practices, and the elaboration of a high contrasted program within a rigorous context are at the basis of Skol’s artistic vision.

Submissions should include:

  • A short text about your art practice
  • A description of your proposed project
  • One resume per applicant (max 3 pages)
  • Up to 20 numbered digital images and/or links to video excerpts or audio files (10 min. max) that reflect your art practice
  •  A detailed description of your images/videos

General information:

  • The call is open to artists and art professionals of all ages and levels of experience
  • The proposals will be reviewed by a committee of peers
  • Skol pays artist fees and honoraria based on CARFAC fee schedule
  • A floor plan of the gallery is available HERE

To create your online submission please click here

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at

In a spirit of diversity and equity, we encourage candidates to mention if they self-identify as members of cultural diversities Indigenous people, LGBTQIA + or people with disabilities.

Skol is wheel chair accessible. Should you require accommodations related to a disability please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.

Image: A close up of the contacts of Morse key microphone, Roy M. Allen, 1926