Call for Exhibition Proposals
Corrine Woodman Gallery
January 2022- January 2023
Deadline: October 17, 2021
What: Call for Exhibitions in the Corrine Woodman Gallery January 2022- January 2023
When: Deadline Oct 17, 2021, midnight
Who: Artists from all of Oregon are eligible.
Artists with residence in Linn or Benton County will receive one preference point.
This is a request for artists to submit artwork proposals for The Arts Center’s Corrine Woodman Gallery* for January 2022 – January 2023.
Artwork is selected to be exhibited as one or two artists together at the same time.
This Call is open for all media.
Exhibits are 6–7 weeks long.
- We welcome imaginative work, excellence in workmanship of a chosen medium, and/or original approaches to a medium or mix of media. The intimate character of the Corrine Woodman Gallery I space lends itself well for installations and experimentation.
- We welcome emerging and established artists and encourage artists from historically excluded communities to apply, including (but is not limited to) artists from rural communities, artists from communities of color, LGBTQ+, artists who are self-taught, and artists new to creating artwork.
- We welcome artists regardless of citizenship status, color, familial status, gender identity or expression, religious observance, sex, sexual orientation, and sources or level of income.
- To support social, racial and economic justice and equity in the work we exhibit and the artists we promote, we offer assistance and accommodations in the submission process wherever possible. Please inquire with the Curator.
*The Corrine Woodman Gallery (CWG) consists of 2 locations:
- CWG I is semi-enclosed with 3 walls of approx. 25 linear feet and 72 sqfeet floor space.
- CWG II consists of a large wall of 14 linear feet.
For a more traditional visual media display, we can accommodate multiple small works or a small number of larger works. The available floor space limits large numbers of work or large pieces of 3 dimensional art.
For video we have two screens available, diagonal measuring 23” and 48”. CWG II accommodates mural size works, as well as any smaller size of work.
Three dimensional artworks for the CWG II may not extend beyond the wall more than 5 inches to leave an adequate ADA passageway.
With a mission to inspire creativity and contribute to community well-being through equitable access to and engagement with the visual arts, we collaborate to offer exhibitions, learning opportunities, artist development, and cultural events centered on art, artists, and art enthusiasts in the greater Corvallis area. Thus, selected artists are asked to participate in an artists talk/ interview either in person or on Zoom to be shared and archived on The Arts Center’s social media. For artists who do not want their personal image or voice to be recorded, other alternatives can be arranged.
For questions contact Hester Coucke, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Dates to Remember|
|Deadline Sunday, Oct 21, 2021, midnight (online)||Deadline for submissions|