Third annual virtual NTSC exhibition opens mid-December

The North Toronto Stamp Club (NTSC) will host its third annual virtual exhibition from Dec. 16-31.

The exhibition, to be hosted on the club’s website, will feature single- and multi-frame exhibits across all categories plus single-page sheets combining three elements unified to tell a philatelic or non-philatelic story. Nationally accredited judges will review the exhibits, and the NTSC will hand out several medals, certificates and special prizes.

“Our Exhibition Chair, John Wilson, and our webmaster, Leon Matthys, are hard at work putting everything together for us and the public to enjoy,” wrote NTSC President Klaus Hintz in the club’s November-December newsletter.

Exhibitors in the process of developing an exhibit can also receive feedback from judges on an eight-page “study” that will later be expanded into one or more frames.

NTSC officials also encourage new exhibitors to consider submitting a one-page exhibit to “test the waters,” according to the club’s latest newsletter.

Learn how to create a one-page exhibit using long-time philatelist Peter Butler’s guide here.

All exhibitors must submit an application form indicating your exhibit’s title and format – single page, single frame or multi-frame – to Wilson at by Nov. 20. Single- and multi-frame submissions must include a synopsis and a title page.

The deadline for submitting scans of accepted exhibit pages is Dec. 4.

For full details on the NTSC website, click here.

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