Art Galleries Shift From Once-A-Year Calls To Accepting #Artist Submissions Year-Round

Yesterday, we posted here on how New York art galleries have begun to accept artist submissions on an ongoing basis.

As we double checking and triple checking every link in each gallery listing in our International Art Gallery Directory of over five thousand galleries–available here and here–we’re discovering more and more updated art gallery submission guidelines adopting this “more fluid” artist submission policy.

Here is another–

Art in General in New York City, writes–  “Responding to the current state of artistic and curatorial practice, Art in General’s Open Call has shifted from its once-a-year online deadline to a more fluid model of receiving and reviewing artists’ work. Artists are encouraged to submit project proposals at any point throughout the year.” Proposals are accepted via email –read the full submission details here.

 

For more opportunities get our International Art Gallery Directory of over five thousand galleries–available here and here.

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5 thoughts on “Art Galleries Shift From Once-A-Year Calls To Accepting #Artist Submissions Year-Round

  1. douglasgervasi says:

    Marie, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving! Warmest regards, and thanks YOU for all you do! Metrov Contemporary Arts Santa Barbara, CA 93117 805.968.2880 Hm 805.705.9874 C EXPLORE THE “NU” SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT: http://www.DoYouNU.com Feeling stressed? Smile. Inhale 1-2-3. Keep smiling. Exhale 1-2-3-4-5!

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  2. douglasgervasi says:

    Ah! It’s a WordPress comment! My site wasn’t connected. I have a big show coming up in downtown LA this summer… with a bunch of new sculptures! Will keep you posted!

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