call for students: Fusion Magazine

Are you a clay or glass student, looking for a way to show the world your work?

FUSION invites submissions from STUDENT artists for our Spotlight column that will feature one clay and one glass artist in the Spring issue of the FUSION magazine. Being selected for the featured Spotlight column is an opportunity to show your work in broader provincial, national and international audiences.

FUSION magazine is available in public libraries, schools, galleries and museums throughout Canada and the USA.

Applicants should be currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution for ceramics or glass, or have graduated in the past year. Those previously selected for the Student or any other FUSION Featured Artist Column in last 36 months are ineligible to apply.

Applications will be accepted until 5PM, March 6, 2020.


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residency opportunity: Lunenburg School of Arts

It is the intent of the our Artist-in-Residence program to provide a space for emerging artists, including recent graduates, to enable them to develop and enhance their practice in their chosen medium. Applications will be reviewed and selections awarded by a committee comprised of directors of our School The program will host two artists each year, one in each of our two terms:

  • Fall Term: September 8, 2020 to December 15, 2020.
    Application Deadline: March 15, 2020
    All fall term applicants will receive notice on their application status by the end of April 2020.
  • Winter Term: February 14, 2021 to May 15, 2021
    Application Deadline: August 15, 2020
    All winter term applicants will receive notice on their application status by the end of September 2020.

The Artist-in-Residence will have 24-hour access to an independent studio space at the Lunenburg School of the Arts located in the heart of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a UNESCO World Heritage site and hub for arts, culture, and music.

The Artist-in-Residence will receive a stipend of $500.00 (CDN) per month and is responsible for her/his own material costs and sourcing. This program is a studio only residency; the Artist-in-Residence is responsible for her/his own living and travel arrangements and expenses.

A public exhibition of the work completed here by the Artist-in-Residence will be held at the end of the term at the School, together with a reception hosted by the School. At this event the Artist-in-Residence is expected to give an ‘Artist Talk’ in relation to the work she/he has completed during the term. The School also asks that the Artist-in-Residence provide our School with one piece of art created during the residency period, which artwork will become a part of our School’s archives and may be used for fundraising.

To apply, please submit the following in a single email to, subject line: “Artist-in-Residence Application”.

  • A current résumé/curriculum vitae
  • Artist Biography
  • Project Brief and Timeline (300 words maximum)
    • Describe materials and process
  • Five to ten Digital Images of your work (image format: JPEG)
    • Include respective titles, dates, dimensions, and material/medium
Lunenburg School of the Arts, 6 Prince Street, Lunenburg, NS