Exhibit, apply, intern
Call for exhibition proposals 2021
The call for proposals is now open for the 2021 exhibition program at the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick.
Artists and curators are invited to submit proposals for projects that can be developed and achieved in the next year.
As an Art+Climate=Change 2021 venue partner, the Gallery welcomes proposals with strong links to climate change activism and associated social or political issues that might be considered as a festival exhibition in the month of May, 2021. The gallery invites proposals from professional artists from all cultural backgrounds that meet the selection criteria and align with the gallery’s objectives.
Applications can be submitted at any time during the proposals period but will only be assessed after the *new* closing date of Friday 31 July 2020, 5 pm.
Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee inclusion in the annual program.
This year, applications are to be submitted online. Download an application pack to find out more.
- Counihan Gallery In Brunswick Exhibition Application Pack 2021 (DOC 636Kb)
- Counihan Gallery In Brunswick Exhibition Application Pack 2021 (PDF 521Kb)
Free Information Session
Applying for exhibitions can be a tricky business and we want to give you the best chance of success. Find out what the Counihan Gallery looks for in a proposal and hear the answers to some FAQs. This event took place on Tuesday 26 May, on Facebook Live. If you missed the session, you can catch up on it here.
View Gallery 1 & 2 in the Counihan Virtual Gallery
When working on a proposal, it's not always easy to remember the layout of our gallery from home or the studio. Now you can explore Gallery 1 and 2 in 3D. You can even add your works to the space to see how they will look using online modeling platform SketchUp. Download the SketchUp file and create a SketchUp free account to get started.
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is not currently accepting applications for internships.
Each year the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick offers an internship opportunity to satisfy course requirements for one person currently enrolled in a graduate or post graduate degree in Curatorship, Arts Management, Museum Studies or equivalent, with a demonstrated commitment to the visual arts sector. Applicants must be interested in working together with gallery staff on an agreed project while also learning the day-to-day operations of the gallery.