Exhibition Proposals

To submit an Exhibition Proposal for our Main Gallery or Satellite Cases, please send the following information by June 1st, 2018.

Exhibition proposals should consist of:

  1. Visual work: 10 – 20 images (digital images on CD or DVD or e-mail or file sharing) clearly identified with name, number, title, dimensions, and a numbered slide list. If these are not the work you wish to show or intend on presenting new works, please indicate in your proposal;
  2. A letter of interest, stating desired exhibition space and summary of exhibition proposal;
  3. C.V., maximum 3 pages;
  4. Artist statement, maximum 500 words.

E-mail digital proposals to both curator(at)crartgallery.ca. 

Dropbox, MediaFire and WeTransfer can be used to send large image files. Only completed proposals will be considered. To have your proposal returned, include a self-addressed and postage paid envelope. Digital submissions are preferred.

Please allow 3 – 4 months for response.

Available Gallery Spaces //

Main Gallery:  This is our largest exhibition space featuring plywood backed walls, open floor space, five pillars and the option for natural light.

Satellite Cases:  This is an exhibition space located in the busy lobby of the Campbell River Art Gallery and Visitor Centre. Four large showcases are devoted to contemporary artwork. http://crartgallery.ca/exhibitions/satellite-cases/

Fees //

The Campbell River Art Gallery pays CARFAC Artist Fee Rates to exhibiting artists.

Discussion to apply for additional funding to cover costs for travel, accommodation, materials, and installation will be discussed between artist and curator. Artists are encouraged to attend the Opening Reception and give an Artist Talk.

Documentation //

The Gallery documents all exhibitions digitally for the artist’s use, publicity, and for our archives. 

Sales //

We are a non-profit public art gallery. We do not sell artworks, but will direct patrons to the artist. Price lists are solely used for insurance purposes.

Thank you for your interest in the Campbell River Art Gallery.