3-5 sentence curatorial statement
Your curatorial statement should clearly define the concept and
intention of the exhibition. Tell us what this show is about and why it’s important. Your exhibition can have as many or as few artists as you see fit. The artist list does not have to be complete but should be a good indicator of the final lineup. Images should reflect the type of work you intend on including from each artist.
Sample imagery (details below)
Description of the media and size of work
Files must be named as a yourlastname_number, (e.g., smith_01.jpg). Please make sure to state your last name when titling files so that we can properly identify your exhibition.
Please format under JPEG or PNG and do not upload files that are larger than 1.5 MB per photo. We also accept detail and installation photos if desired.
RESUME, STATEMENT, AND LIST OF ARTISTS/WORKS
Your List of Works should include the following for each work:
File Name (e.g., yourlastename_01.jpg or video URL (e.g.,
Year of completion
DUE DATES FOR SUBMISSION
Wild Goose Creative will accept submissions until 5:00 pm on Sept 1, 2019.
Artists will be notified of the committee’s decision by October 1, 2019
WGC CURATION COMMITTEE
The WGC curation committee is comprised of WGC board members, staff, and volunteers that represent the communities we serve.
ABOUT THE SPACE/FINE PRINT
Wild Goose is a nonprofit community arts organization whose mission is to build a creative community at the intersection of art, risk, and meaning.
The white gallery wall is 14 feet high and includes about 35 feet of usable gallery space. The artwork can be hung on the white wall using nails, hooks, or screws. The brick wall has a 20-foot stretch by 10-foot stretch of usable gallery space, and artwork can be hung from a cable system. Portions of our ceiling have been reinforced to hang artwork from above. If interested in exhibiting video or other digitally-based work, please be aware that the artist is responsible for any monitors, projectors, speakers, or other materials needed to display their work.
In addition to hosting art exhibitions, Wild Goose is home to a number of unique and recurring events throughout each month. Due to the considerable number of events held in our space, we ask that all sculptural work live no further than 24 inches away from the gallery wall or be able to be moved easily, as it will be moved on a daily basis.
We will do everything we can to work with artists to come up with any necessary installation solutions, but for the safety of our patrons, and for the safety of the artwork, Wild Goose Creative may reserve the right to exclude work from an exhibition.
Questions? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org