Call for Artists

Ongoing Submissions

The Pitt Meadows Art Gallery accepts submissions on an ongoing basis for its six annual exhibitions and small dedicated Gallery Shop. PMAG is committed to supporting local and regional artists and artisans who would like to have their work featured in our beautiful gallery space located at the South Bonson Community Centre (10932 Barnston View Road).

We welcome submissions with the following criteria:


  •  All original visual art mediums including 2D and 3D

  • All work must be exhibition ready; for 2D work it must be matted and framed, except gallery wrap canvas or stretched canvas, 3D work must have the appropriate supporting structures

  • All work must have the appropriate hanging hardware; framed - wire, D-rings, screw eyes or sawtooth hangers. Canvas - D-rings or wires

  • All work must be available for sale

  • Artists under the age of 18 must provide a letter with parent/guardian consent

Gallery Shop

  • High quality, handmade items from local (BC) origin. No commercially produced items will be accepted

  • Each item requires a proper label, tag or packaging with company name/artist name, content, product description, size and care instructions (if applicable)

Please note: This is not a vendor market (no tents or tables to set-up). This is a Gallery Shop where staff and volunteers are responsible for merchandising and facilitating the sales.

Application          Appendix A                 

Please submit your Application and Appendix A to

If you're unable to submit using the above application forms, please submit a list of available work and include the following information for each piece:

Presentation format (framed/mat etc.)
Price including 30% commission

Attach above noted images to your email (please make sure each image is named accordingly). You can also send images via wetransfer, dropbox etc.

We thank everyone for submitting, but only selected submissions will be contacted.

Street Banner Project 2023

Submissions for the street banner project are now closed. Please visit our Public Art Collection page in May to see all of the selected images.

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