2019-2020 Exhibition Season Call For Proposals
Entry Deadline: Apr. 19
The 621 Gallery Exhibition Committee is currently taking application proposals for this coming year for September 2019 – June 2020. The deadline to submit is April 19th, 2019. We are eager to reach out beyond Tallahassee to creatives in our surrounding region in the hopes of adding breadth to our upcoming exhibition season.
Our goal is to showcase voices from our local scene and beyond, and we know that there is tremendous talent and diversity just within our regional area.
We would like to urge emerging and established artists and curators to apply with their exhibition proposal with no limitations on medium specificity, from traditional to experimental. 621 Gallery’s main space is 77’ x 30’ with a 12’ x 12’ freestanding wall dividing the space into two rooms with the opportunity to take on half or the entire main gallery. The adjoining Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery provides a smaller exhibition space. This gallery can be utilized for one-person shows or smaller group exhibitions. We also have an Annex space that can be used for more experimental and installation types of work.
EXHIBITION PROPOSALS SHOULD INCLUDE:
One page cover letter of exhibition proposal
One page artist statement
15-20 images of the artist’s work or examples of curated exhibitions
The space you are most interested in showcasing in
$35 application Fee for Non-members ($25 for members)
Artists and/or curator’s should include 15-20 images of current work. The image files should be no less than 72dpi and 1200px at the longest dimension. Images can be submitted in a powerpoint or zip file or can be mailed to the gallery on USB. *621 prefers online submissions.
Applying students must have graduated before their proposed exhibition dates. 621 Gallery strongly encourages proposals for new or developing projects and bodies of work. While artists of all locations and nationalities are encouraged to apply, 621 Gallery gives preference to artists working and residing in the Southeast regions of the United States.