What You Need To Know About Exhibition Proposals
Saturday, March 26, 2022, 3:00-5:00 PM
ArtsWorcester, 44 Portland Street Worcester MA
ArtsWorcester is calling for exhibition proposals for the 2022-2023 season!
Are you ready for a solo exhibition? What makes for an effective exhibition proposal, either at ArtsWorcester or elsewhere? What are the questions you need to answer, for the committee and for yourself as an artist?
Come talk with Nancy Burns, Stoddard Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photogaphs at the Worcester Art Museum--a long-time ArtsWorcester selection committee member--and Toby Sisson, artist and Associate Professor and Director of the Studio Art Program at Clark University.
Alice Dillon, ArtsWorcester Associate Director, and Juliet Feibel, ArtsWorcester Executive Director, will also field questions.
Learn the process for applying, what successful proposals have in common, and about what the selection committee looks for when reviewing submissions. Join your fellow artists, ask questions, and learn about what's new this year!
**Please read through our informational packet about this year's call beforehand so you can come to this conversation prepared.**
This event will take place in person at 44 Portland Street, Worcester, MA. Tea and cookies to follow. Proof of vaccination is required for this event, and masks must be worn during the panel conversation. (Masks are optional when we gather for tea and cookies in the galleries afterwards.)
This event is free to current ArtsWorcester members.
Click here to join, or renew your ArtsWorcester membership. Please contact the gallery if you are unsure of your member status: firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-755-5142.
We thank the Melvin S. Cutler Charitable Foundation for for their support of artists' professional development.
///// Present Tense Prize winner Rebecca McGee Tuck's solo exhibition, Along the Wrack Line. Exhibited in the ArtsWorcester East Gallery in the 2020/2021 season.