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The School of Art galleries accept proposals for exhibitions in Harry Wood Gallery and Step Gallery. All art students, faculty, alumni, groups or individuals are eligible to apply. Exhibitions are scheduled throughout the semester and the galleries maintain scheduled operating hours. While exhibitors may request a specific space, successful proposals are generally placed in the most suitable and available space.
Proposals are accepted at any time, but the application deadlines for proposals to be considered for the following semester are: November 15 for the spring semester and April 15 for the fall semester. Proposals received after the deadlines are automatically considered for the next application period.
All proposals are reviewed by the Gallery Advisory Committee. If the galleries cannot accommodate all approved proposals during the semester requested, the proposals are considered for a possible future date.
Submit online proposal form (see below). The following items must be submitted with your proposal:
The proposal narrative is a 250-word written narrative detailing the proposed theme and contents of the exhibition. Consider the following when writing your proposal narrative:
Proposals will not go forward to the committee selection process until they are complete. Once the committee accepts a proposal, no changes may be made to the content, theme or title of the exhibition without the permission of the committee.
There is a $25 fee per exhibition, payable prior to installation. Each exhibitor is expected to understand and follow gallery policies and procedures, which are provided once the proposal has been approved.
Each exhibitor is expected to plan and install their exhibition, provide simple refreshments for the opening reception, and oversee the de-install and restoration of the gallery to its original condition, as well as work with the Galleries Director to meet promotional deadlines for the School of Art.