Apply for an Exhibition
SCHOOLHOUSE GALLERY PROGRAM EOI’s ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. WE WILL BE CALLING FOR JAN – JULY 2020 SOON!
Schoolhouse Gallery is currently seeking applications for it’s July – December 2019 Program across its three exhibition spaces. Applications are open for exhibition based outcomes, and public programs.
Schoolhouse Gallery welcomes applications from a broad range of artists, curators, writers, performers, community groups, and collectives at all stages of their career. Schoolhouse Gallery values artistic risk-taking; welcoming experimental artworks still in development. We encourage interdisciplinary, new media, performance and experiential works. As a not-for-profit community arts organisation Schoolhouse Gallery remains committed to an underlying value of supporting artists to create and share new projects.
Schoolhouse Gallery encourages EOIs for discursive and laterally-minded approaches to using space. Schoolhouse Gallery invites using space outside of the traditional white-cube gallery settings. Including applications for Public programs ie: performances, one off events, screenings or workshops.
About Schoolhouse Gallery:
Schoolhouse Gallery is an artist run gallery, operating as part of Schoolhouse Studios at 81 Rupert Street, Collingwood. Schoolhouse Studios (SHS) is a community not-for-profit arts organisation, committed to the underlying mission to support artists by providing affordable studio space and an engaged community to work, share and exhibit within. SHS supports a broad range of social services, socially engaged-community groups and initiatives and creative people to exhibit and experiment.
Schoolhouse Gallery encourages EOIs from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people with a lived experience of disability, and people from the LGBQTIA+ community to apply for the exhibition program.
About The Exhibition Spaces:
Exhibitions are for two weeks, however different durations can be discussed with the gallery committee.
40m2, Gallery lighting, concrete floor.
2 week exhibition
$750 + gst
Schoolhouse Gallery Pole & Rig Space in courtyard
The Flag Pole
This is a suspended exhibition space for banners/light material works.
The rod is a Black Steel tube 40mm round x 4m long and can easily be lowered for installation.
The Suspended Rig
This is a suspended space for sculptural works and installations with a weight capacity of 400 kgs off the hook.
HOW TO APPLY
All applicants must complete the online form below.
All applications must include:
- Contact details
- A project outline up to 300 words
- One Page CV (for curated exhibitions and group exhibitions please provide a one page CV for each artist involved)
- Support material – All support material must be supplied in one document.
- Support Material may include up to 10 images, links to online video or sound work, links to your website.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are happy to answer any questions you may have to help you with your application. Please email any questions to email@example.com
Schoolhouse Gallery Floorplan:
Schoolhouse Gallery respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which is operates. SHS pays respect to Elders, past, and present of the Kulin Nations. Sovereignty of Country was never ceded.