The gallery exhibition program supports the presentation of visual art that reflects a contemporary art practice by pre-professional student artists and professional artists including visual, interdisciplinary and time-based artworks, both solo and group shows. We also accept submissions for curatorial projects, events, and workshops. There are two exhibition spaces the main gallery (approx. 1000 square ft) and the project room (16’x10’x16’ a self-contained space located inside the main gallery. The project room mandate is to present installation, new media, time and sound-based works although other proposals will be considered.
Submissions for Student Artist Project Room Proposals - Application Requirements
Invitation to Student Artists for Exhibition Proposals for the Project Room
Deadline for submissions: October 15, 2018, midnight.
Submit packages electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org (attn. Jocelyn Purdie) saved in one folder or as a PDF.
The gallery has a limited number of exhibition slots available in the project room for the 2018-2019 programming year (November-May) and is accepting submissions from Queen’s student artists who have project proposals that meet the following criteria:
We are seeking proposals for contemporary art projects and exhibitions in visual, video, new media, sound art, and installation. Students are invited to apply individually or as a pair/group.
Submissions will be adjudicated and accepted based on relevance to the gallery mandate, quality of the work being proposed, the feasibility of the project, and its contribution to the gallery program.
The Union Gallery program supports the presentation of contemporary art in all media. The project room is a 160 square feet self-contained space located inside the main gallery.