Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Call for Proposals


Just 2 weeks left to apply!


The In Practice project series supports artists in creating new work for exhibition at SculptureCenter. We invite artists to submit proposals for projects and installations to be presented beginning in January of 2010.

SculptureCenter seeks proposals that offer new ways of considering sculpture or further the understanding of the discipline and how it can intersect with installation, architecture, performance, and other media.

Proposals will be reviewed relative to the following criteria:

- Quality of proposal and prior work
- Responsiveness to the site and the specific context of SculptureCenter

The works and exhibitions created through this series include sculptural objects, installations, performances and artworks that operate between all of these disciplines. Past participants in the series include Fia Backström, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Drew Heitzler, Justin Lowe, Rachel Mason, Lucy Raven, Karin Schneider, Agathe Snow, and Josh Smith among many others.

All applications will be submitted electronically via SculptureCenter's website this year. The application, guidelines, FAQ, and downloadable building floorplans and images may be found here. Applying artists are encouraged to visit SculptureCenter during open hours.

Direct link here for more information:

July 1, 2009

Notification Date:
September 1, 2009

Questions? Email us at

Pictured above, left to right: In Practice projects by Samara Golden, Rachel Mason, Wojciech Gilewicz, and Michael Ashkin.

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