Deadline: 31st March
Pollen Studio and Gallery, 37 Queen Street Belfast, BT1 6EA
The Exhibition will take place from 2nd – 17th May
Pollen Studios and Gallery are currently accepting submissions for a curated group Exhibition under the theme of ‘Play’. Please send up to 5 images of work including dimensions and any technical requirements plus a short statement and short CV to email@example.com
Successful Applicants will be confirmed by Friday 5th April. Artists are responsible for delivery and collection of work.
Pollen Studios and Gallery is an arts organisation based in Belfast city centre established in 2011. Pollen has become an integral part of the city’s vibrant art scene despite its young life. We are committed to providing an open and accessible contemporary art platform to the public of Belfast, with the promotion of emerging and established local artists. Our aim is to facilitate an outlet for artistic expression and growth with a studio that maintains a strong agenda of community engagement. The gallery hosts’ monthly contemporary art exhibitions and has established an exhibition program that pursues innovative and challenging works, with the aspiration of exposing its audiences to original and provocative contemporary art
Title of the Exhibition: Ruptures
Artist(s) being exhibited: Ieva Baltaduonyté, Joseph Carr, Brian Cregan, Caroline McNally, Katie O’Neill and Lyndsey Putt.
A brief summary of the theme (keep it to a few lines): RUPTURES is a group exhibition by a newly formed art collective Grenzen. By addressing a broad spectrum of topics through a range of aesthetic approaches and processes, the work presents a visually engaging critique of contemporary society. The issues being addressed include waste, subcultures, politics of space and the current economic climate.
Format of the exhibition: Photographic.
Size of space required: Minimum 25m of wall space.
Are there technical specs available: One of the pieces in this show includes a photocopier which must be plugged in near the work. The majority of the work in hangable, but some photographs mounted on boards are also included. A medium sized space would be preferable.
Is there a catalogue available: Yes.
Is there a worked out education / outreach programme: Yes. One of the goals of Grenzen Collective is to make photography practice and theory more available to the public. We are open to running workshops during the show and have a contact in the Youth Reach centre near Synge Street.
Artists’ Fees required: €2,000.
Administration Fees required: €200.
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates that it is available from: Anytime.
In keeping with Visual Artists Ireland’s policy we require venues or events to pay artist’s fees for exhibitions.