CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO UTS GALLERY 2019 EXHIBITION PROGRAM
CLOSING DATE: WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE 2018, 11:59PM
If you require assistance with your application, or require an alternate application format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9514 1652.
ABOUT UTS ART
UTS ART aims to integrate creative practice into daily life on campus. Our annual exhibition and collection programs are complemented by curated public events, learning programs and publications. UTS ART is a space for reflection and exchange where audiences can encounter a diversity of art and ideas. We are inviting proposals for 8-week exhibition slots in our 2019 Gallery program.
We are now inviting proposals for 8-week exhibition slots in our 2019 program. Our annual exhibition program incorporates curated, solo, and collaborative exhibitions with a key focus on socially engaged and critical art and design practices. UTS Gallery are seeking projects that reflect and engage our diverse university-based community through public programs and learning. We are committed to presenting innovative work by professional practitioners based locally, nationally and internationally with exhibitions particularly from the Asia-Pacific region encouraged.
In addition to financial, curatorial and administrative services, the Gallery also supports its exhibition program through the development of related public programs, education and publishing activities. An artist residency is also offered by invitation.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION SPACE
UTS Gallery is a single space of approximately 174msq, opening on to an outdoor courtyard. The gallery has twelve large moveable wall sections which can be uniquely configured for each exhibition. The exhibition space features a polished concrete floor, a raised ceiling with suspended lighting tracks and the opportunity for natural light. There is a kitchenette/storeroom attached to the gallery and access to a loading dock. Floorplan available as PDF
HOW TO APPLY
UTS Gallery accepts proposals from artists, designers, curators and arts organisations. Applicants are encouraged to visit the gallery, review our programming history and speak to our curatorial staff prior to making a submission.
Applications are assessed against artistic merit, strength and timeliness of exhibition concept and relevance to the UTS community.
Successful applicants will work closely with UTS ART curatorial staff to present the exhibition. Please contact the Gallery to discuss your proposal on 02 9514 1652 or email@example.com
Submit your proposal via the online application form, supplying supporting material to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions may also be provided in your own format provided they address the same questions and materials.
APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 PROGRAM CLOSE WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE 2018, 11:59PM
- Completed Exhibition Proposal Form, which includes:
- Project details, including explanation of the curatorial/artistic rationale of the exhibition;
- Exhibition logistics, including details of specific works, installation requirements and a floor plan;
- Suggested opportunities for engagement and education; of particular interest are proposals that engage with UTS research, staff or coursework;
- Budget summary
- Visual Support Material, provided in one of the following formats:
- Up to 20 images
- and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based materials
Visual support material may be provided via email or uploaded via a filesharing platform for large files. You may also provide a link to relevant material online eg. artist’s website, Vimeo page etc.
Please contact us if you wish to submit your support material in an alternative format.
- Reference Materials:
- Current CV listing previous exhibitions/projects for each curator/artist (one page maximum);
- Publications/editorial/website links relevant to the proposed project.
UTS Gallery covers the general presentation and promotion expenses of the exhibition, subject to available funds. We do not cover expenses relating to the development or production of new works. Special presentation requirements need to be negotiated well in advance with the UTS Gallery curator. If the exhibition requires significant materials, equipment, travel or freight costs it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure these costs can be met.
The following exhibition costs are normally covered by UTS Gallery: Artist and curator fee/s; publicity and promotion including print and online advertising; invitations and media; costs associated with installation; documentation of exhibition for gallery requirements; small printed catalogue; costs associated with opening and public program (if applicable).
All applicants will receive an email to confirm their proposal has been received. If this confirmation is not received please contact the gallery. Notification of outcome will be given by early September. Please do not contact the gallery for the outcome of your submission prior to this date.
Applications are assessed by a panel of advisers, which includes UTS ART curatorial staff, industry representatives and internal stakeholders.
All successful applicants must enter into an exhibition contract with the UTS Gallery through UTS ART. UTS ART must approve any deviation from the original exhibition proposal. Use of UTS Gallery on any grant or sponsorship application requires written approval of the UTS Curator.
For any queries please contact Stella Rosa McDonald, Assistant Curator: email@example.com or (02) 9514 1652.