Exhibit, apply, intern

Call for exhibition proposals 2021

The call for proposals is now closed for the 2021 exhibition program at the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick.  

View Gallery 1 & 2 in the Counihan Virtual Gallery

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.

Call for Moreland Summer Show 2020 proposals

The call for proposals is now open for the Moreland Summer Show: Solitude & Solace at the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick.

Due to the extended closure of the gallery in 2020, the Moreland Summer Show and Noel Counihan Commemorative Award will now take place online in the Counihan Virtual Gallery only.

Applications close: Monday 28 September, 5 pm
*New* Exhibition dates: Saturday 7 November - Saturday 27 December 2020 (online only)

Each year the Counihan Gallery hosts the Moreland Summer Show, which is open to all artists who live, work, study or base their studio practice in the Moreland municipality.

The Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award is a tailored professional development package to the value of $3,000.

In addition, we are delighted to present the People’s Choice Award of $1,000, as well as the Peers' Choice Award - books to the value of $250, sponsored by the much-loved independent local bookstore Brunswick Bound.

This year, applications are to be submitted online. Download an application pack to find out more. The application pack has been updated and is current as at Thursday 17 September. We have also included some FAQs regarding the Moreland Summer Show moving online to the Counihan Virtual Gallery.

Internship opportunities

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.