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Artist Confirmation Form

About the Uxbridge Studio Tour

If you are an artist that has already been juried into our tour, or an artist who has been invited to join one of our juried studios as a guest you can complete the form below in order to provide us with the information we need.

About September Studio Tour

Artist Confirmation Form

The Uxbridge Studio Tour is a juried art studio tour featuring a distinguished & award winning lineup of artists who call this beautiful region home. The jurying process means that all artists applying to be on the tour are judged by a dedicated artist committee judged on arrange of criteria ranging from creativity, awards, and skill, along with studio access. Only artists exceeding the standards of the Uxbridge Studio Tour acceptance guidelines are accepted to take part as studio artists.  

Your Contact Details

Brochure & Website Information

The information that you will provide below will be used to create your profile both in the brochure and on the website.
Your short brochure description will appear in the brochure and should tell visitors a little about you and your art.
You can type (or cut and paste) your full artist bio into the field below, or you can upload a document version of your bio.


Some text info or paragraph here...
Please do not use a smartphone for your images to be used in the brochure!

Brochure images need to be at a high resolution. Ie. 300 ppi (“Fine” setting on your camera)

Width and/or Height need not be greater than 7 inches per side.

If you require assistance please contact Carmel Brennan
Carmel Brennan cbrennan@sympatico.ca
Taking photos on digital cameras:

When you take photographs using your digital camera that you are intending for the Uxbridge Studio Tour, we recommend that you set your point & shoot digital camera at the highest resolution 300 ppi (sometimes called “fine”), and take photos using the largest number of pixels possible on your camera.

The more pixels your photo has means more flexibility and better quality. An image may look good on a digital screen, but in print will be poor quality because a minimum of 300 pixels is required for each inch of print space. So the more pixels, the better, when it comes to publishing your image in print. If you are unsure, ask for our help.

Please do not use your Smartphone or Iphone for these images as these are 72 ppi and that is not acceptable.

If your images are too large to upload please email them to uxbridgestudiotour@gmail.com clearly indicating that each email is an image from you.


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