Call for Submissions – Virtual Gallery at the J


April 6, 2021

The Miles Nadal JCC of downtown Toronto is looking for artists in all stages of their careers to participate in our 2021-2022 virtual gallery season. Interested artists/organizations have until July 2, 2021 to apply!

Click here to apply!

The Virtual Gallery at the J is searching for artists in all stages of their careers to participate in our 2021-2022 virtual season. The MNjcc strives to be an inclusive and welcoming hub for a healthy and joyful community, anchored in Jewish values. We have found that many of those values are universal and the Gallery at the J is the perfect opportunity to explore them together.

The Gallery at the J strives to reflect the diversity of our community. We welcome submissions from BIPOC, LGBTQ+, D/deaf persons and persons with disabilities. If you require any accommodations during the submission process, please contact

The selected artists will receive:

A virtual exhibit hosted on Canva

The opportunity to sell their work

The option of a virtual opening reception, tea talk or workshop

Presence on the MNjcc Gallery web page

A listing in the Culture at the J bi-weekly e-newsletter (distribution approx. 3,000)

A listing in the MNjcc Pulse e-newsletter (distribution approx. 15,000)


Paintings, sketches, illustrations, photography, sculpture, textiles, animation, video and sound sculptures welcome.

Digital works only. Mailed submissions will not be accepted

It is recommended that works for sale be priced between $100-$2500 to maximize this opportunity.

Artists may apply as individuals or as a group; however, there must be only one contact person to liaise with the MNjcc.


There is no exhibit fee for Canva-hosted exhibits

Artists wishing to use must cover the cost of use

Sales are subject to 20% MNjcc commission.


Completed application forms must be submitted no later than July 2, 2021

Artists will not be provided feedback on their submissions.

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