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Hastings City Gallery is calling for exhibition proposals

The Hastings City Art Gallery is calling for individual and collaborative exhibition proposals to be included in our 2020 Foyer and Alcove exhibition programme.

Our aim is to add to the gallery’s vision of exhibiting work that engages, enriches and inspires, connecting with our people, place and identity.

The Foyer and Alcove are intended to provide balance across the whole gallery programme. As a place to experiment, these spaces are for emergent as well as established artists.

Submissions may relate to both the Foyer and Alcove, or be for either of the spaces on its own.

The gallery’s programme committee, made up of representatives from the Hawke’s Bay arts community, will consider the submissions and make the final selections.

Successful 2020 exhibitors will be notified in August this year. All exhibitors will work with the gallery’s director who provides curatorial support for the Foyer and Alcove.

If you are interested in exhibiting, please visit the gallery’s website - www.hastingscityartgallery.co.nz - for more information and submit your proposal by email to our exhibition coordinator Tricia Johnson triciaj@hdc.govt.nz before 30 June 2019.

Please note that the Holt and Main Galleries are proactively programmed by the director, outside of this proposal process.



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