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CALL for PROPOSALS: Curators / Artists

2012 July 22

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Somedays you just want the truth in food.  A hunk of cheddar cheese, a ripe mango and a crusty baguette.  Lunch.  No really.  This next Call is the truth.  A show, in a gallery, publicly funded with no cost to enter.  The truth in art shows.  To picnic or not to picnic, that is the question for you…

Check out this Call for Proposals for Curators and Artists from the Brentwood Arts Exchange at the Gateway Arts Center (Brentwood, MD).  This is a real opportunity for a real show in a public space, and there is no cost to submit a proposal.  No deadline either.  Really?  What more could you want?

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Learn more about the Brentwood Arts Exchange!CALL for PROPOSALS: Curators / Artists


The Brentwood Arts Exchange accepts proposals for exhibitions from artists and curators on an ongoing basis. Proposals are reviewed periodically during the course of the year. The exhibition schedule is normally determined at least one year in advance.

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists, age 18+

MEDIA:  All media

DEADLINE:  Ongoing

NOTIFICATION:  As decisions are made

DECISIONS:  Proposals will be reviewed by Brentwood Arts Exchange and other Prince George’s County Parks & Recreation Arts & Cultural Heritage Division staff.

Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, MD!ENTRY FEE:  None

SALES:  The M-NCPPC will retain a 25% commission on all art works sold during, or as a result of the exhibition.  M-NCPPC will be responsible for the safekeeping of all consigned artworks while they are in the custody of the Gateway Arts Center.

ABOUT the GALLERY:  Having celebrated it’s grand opening on March 19, 2010, the Gateway Arts Center in Brentwood, Maryland is a dynamic space dedicated to presenting and promoting the visual arts. The center is home to more than a dozen artists’ studios, Gateway CDC’s 39th Street Gallery, and the Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center’s Gallery 110. The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission’s Brentwood Arts Exchange occupies approximately one quarter of the building, featuring a gallery of changing exhibitions by regional artists, a contemporary fine crafts store, and an arts learning workshop. The Center is a place for people of all ages to meet, engage and learn about art, purchase one-of-a-kind craft objects, and explore new talents.

For complete details, Download the Guidelines!

Download the Guidelines to Exhibit at The Brentwood Arts Exchange!


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