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The Canadian Art Editorial Residency is a national prize awarded annually to a current undergraduate, graduate or other post-secondary student with an interest in developing expertise in the realm of professional art-magazine publishing. Founded in 2004, the award involves an 11-week summer residency at Canadian Art along with a $7,000 prize. Past residents have gone on to write for e-flux, Afterall, the Banff Centre, Blouin Artinfo and MOMUS. This introduction to art-magazine publishing and writing is intended to foster new editorial and critical talent.

 

Call for Applications: 2016 Editorial Residency

Our editorial resident spends a summer honing writing, research and editing skills at Canadian Art’s office, and receives a $7,000 award. Apply by April 2.

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Call for Applications: 2015 Editorial Residency

We are now accepting applications for the 2015 Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency. The residency is a national prize awarded annually to a current undergraduate, graduate or other…

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Natasha Chaykowski Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Residency

The Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency for 2014 has been awarded to Toronto-based emerging writer and curator Natasha Chaykowski. This residency is a national prize awarded annually to a…

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Sophie Lynch Wins Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency

Ottawa’s Sophie Lynch is the winner of the 2013 Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency. The residency is a national $7,000 prize awarded annually to an undergraduate, graduate or other…

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Ashley McLellan wins the 2012 Canadian Art Editorial Residency

Simon Fraser University grad to receive $7,000 and two-month summer mentorship

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Our Editorial Residency deadline is approaching!

Submissions for post-secondary student award of $7,000 are due April 6

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Montreal’s Tess Edmonson awarded the 2011 Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency

Prize includes $7,000 and a two-month summer mentorship with the staff of Canadian Art in Toronto

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2010 Canadian Art Editorial Residency Winner Announced

OCAD MFA student Sky Goodden has been selected to receive this year’s $7,000 national prize.

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