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Staying connected is more important than ever. Creative Collective is hosting a visual gallery made by students, staff, and faculty that explores different themes each month.
All SFU staff, students and faculty are encouraged to submit their art to be featured on our virtual art gallery which is hosted through Padlet.
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How to submit
All submissions should be emailed to email@example.com with subject line: Our Creative Community Submission. The email should include the following:
- The art piece
- Title of art
- Your full name or “anonymous” if you wish not to be identified
- Your SFU email
- A short blurb describing your piece and its relation to the theme (max. 250 words)
- Confirmation of the completed consent form
Please note: By submitting, you consent to having your name posted unless otherwise stated. You also consent to us sharing your submission on social media to advertise the theme and Gallery.
We will send you a confirmation email once your submission has been received.
Your submission may be displayed on Padlet and may display the title of your art, the art piece, your name or “anonymous” if specified, and the short description of the piece that you submitted.
What you can submit
All art forms are acceptable for submissions including:
- Paintings and drawings
- Digital art and animations
- Written work
To fuel your creativity, each submission we receive enters you into a prize draw to win a $25 gift card to Indigo/Chapters that you can use towards supporting your future creative expressions. There is one prize draw per month. Students can only win once per term.
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Creative Collective compiled the submissions for January and created an art mosaic. SAAM's theme for this year was centering the voices and perspectives of Black, Indigenous, and Peoples of Colour to eliminate sexual violence and to create safer, more equitable communities.
Those who submitted an art piece were entered for a chance to win 1 of 2 Indigo or SFU Bookstore gift cards. The prize draw winners were Stefanie Matos and Minahill Nasir.
Sometimes working on art can evoke different feelings and experiences.
There are a number of support options available if you'd like to talk to someone.