Exhibition opportunity open for Emerging Aboriginal Artists!
Paper Mountain in partnership with City of Wanneroo Gallery is seeking proposals from Emerging Aboriginal Artists for a solo exhibition in the Conference Room at the Wanneroo Library & Cultural Centre. This exhibition will take place during NAIDOC week alongside the exhibition, Montages, by Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg in the main gallery from July 16th to August 26th, 2017.
Selection is based on the strength of the application, suitability of the project for the space and the resolution of the ideas underpinning the artist’s practice. Call out for the exhibition program is open to Western Australian Emerging Aboriginal artists practicing in all mediums and disciplines.
The exhibiting artist has the opportunity to also run artists’ workshops alongside the exhibition with the support and mentorship from Paper Mountain and the City of Wanneroo Gallery.Exhibition Application Pack
Please submit your applications via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on
Monday 6 March Monday 13 March (deadline extended!)
We are now accepting proposals for our next exhibition program!
Paper Mountain is seeking proposals for our 2017-18 Exhibition Program for the months of September, October, December, January (‘18), and February (‘18) . Selection is based on the strength of the application, suitability of the project for the space and the resolution of the ideas underpinning the artist’s practice.
Paper Mountain accepts applications from local, interstate and international artists for both solo and group exhibitions. We aim to foster a diverse arts community, supportive of all creative practitioners, inclusive of (but not limited to) visual artists, performance, ephemeral installations, craft practitioners, fashion, and sound artists.
Please download the application pack below for further information.Exhibition Application Pack