ONLINE | Creating an Effective Exhibition Proposal: Online Panel
Mar 26, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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This panel will be held online via Google Meet. See below for more details.
Unsure what makes a great exhibition submission? Eager to exhibit your artwork but not certain where to begin? SNAP has got you covered with this one evening online Professional Development Panel focused on Exhibition Submissions for public galleries and artist-run centres. Learn all about applications and jury processes, find out what jurors are looking for in applications, and have your questions answered. A group of curators and gallery directors will speak about their specific gallery submission processes, what they recommend, and give their tips and insight to aid you in your next exhibition submission application. After the panel presentation there will be a question and answer portion.
*Participants should prepare questions and have a notebook on hand.
Emily Baker, Exhibition Assistant at Art Gallery of St. Albert
Michelle Schultz, Executive Director at Latitude 53
April Dean, Executive Director at SNAP Gallery & Printshop
Location: Online, using Google Meet (all participants will need to have a Gmail hosted email account)
Requirements: Sign up for a free Gmail account, here: https://support.google.
Please send your Gmail email address to [email protected] by Wednesday, March 25 at 6 pm to be added to the meeting.
Panel, Q&A, and review session
Maximum 25 participants
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*All materials are included in the course fee unless otherwise stated
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