Apexart Unsolicited Exhibition Program

Website: http://apexart.org/unsolicited.php

apexart’s Unsolicited Exhibition Program is an open call for group exhibitions to be presented at apexart’s New York City location as part of the season program. Curators, artists, writers, and creative individuals, regardless of experience level, background, or location, are invited to submit their ideas. apexart provides a $6,000 Exhibition Budget, a $300 Public Programs Budget, and a $2,000 Curatorial Honorarium to the Organizer. apexart also covers costs for insurance, advertising, publicity, documentation, design, printing, and mailing of the brochure, and the opening reception and handles all of the exhibition logistics, including loan agreements, shipping, and installation.

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Expires: October 31, 2016


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