319 Scholes: Open Call for Curatorial Proposals

319 Scholes is currently accepting curatorial proposals for our 2013 exhibition program. We encourage rigorous, scholarly proposals in the fields of net art, new media, interactive art, sound art, and performance. No curatorial experience is required, and we encourage applicants from a wide variety of art, design and technology backgrounds to submit proposals. Four major group exhibitions will be selected from the applications, in addition to (2) one-weekend solo shows or events. The application deadline is October 1, 2012 with notification by October 15, 2012.  Curators will be provided a small exhibition production budget, in addition to installation and administrative support.

Details:

319 Scholes is a 3,000 sq. ft. non-profit exhibition space in Brooklyn, New York dedicated to promoting works at the intersection of art and technology.

Review process:

Apply by submitting the following information to proposals(at)319scholes.org: a brief concept (no more than 300 words) outlining the proposed exhibition or event, your CV or resume, and a potential artist list with links.

Applications will be reviewed by Greg Barton, independent curator; Brian Droitcour, writer, translator, and curator; Francesca Gavin, curator and Visuals Arts Editor, Dazed & Confused Magazine; Nicholas O’Brien, artist and independent curator; Kate Watson, artist, archivist, and independent curator; and Lindsay Howard, 319 Scholes’ curatorial director.

Questions: Lindsay(at)319scholes.org

Update as of 10/02/12: Due to the overwhelming response to our open call for proposals, we are extending the notification date to 10/25. Thanks for your patience!

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