Call for Exhibition Proposals

Website: http://arbpublicart.wordpress.com/call-for-exhibition-proposals/

Exhibition proposals for 2017 and beyond are invited from art practitioners and curators, for the Alison Richard Building (‘ARB’), a new exhibition space at the University of Cambridge. They are looking to support innovative curatorial ideas for group exhibition projects which will foster discussion and engage members of the University and the public. Exhibitions will generally extend for a minimum of 4 weeks, including installation, and can be launched with a Private View. There is no charge for the exhibition space and no commission on sales. The ARB art committee will publicise the exhibition via events listings, mailing lists, social media and flyers. Material expenses, travel, transport, installation and Private View costs are the responsibility of the artists/curators. The deadline for proposals is open-ended. Applicants will be notified of the outcome within 4 weeks.

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Expires: April 1, 2017


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