Deadline for exhibition proposals: 30 September, 11.59 pm.
126 Artist-Run Gallery, Galway invites submissions of proposals for an exhibition which connects to the intersection of Visual Arts, Theatre, Performance and/or Dance. This exhibition may be interpreted in many ways to reflect this. This exhibition is scheduled to take place in early 2020.
This will be part of the yearlong cultural programme, “Meaningful | Encounters” which will focus on working with artists to develop a series of exhibitions to address a multitude of aspects of contemporary life and meaningful issues which affect us now. The exhibitions deliberate ideas such as a look at cross-border politics with Northern Ireland after/during Brexit, a group exhibition with both emerging and established artists from Ireland and the UK looking at contemporary relationships to animals and more.
The Project “Meaningful | Encounters” has inherently two strands, “Meaningful” which focuses on exhibitions and cultural programmes which support meaningful research and deliberation of topics relevant now in our socio-political landscape. Secondly there is “Encounters” which looks at how people encounter 126, its exhibitions and artworks.
Please note: Artists will be paid a fee to participate. Eligibility: Open to all members of 126 Artist-run Gallery at any stage of their career. There is no application fee. Visit 126gallery.com to join membership today.
Applications should include max 3-page C.V., Exhibition proposal, examples of work in one PDF and should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.