EXHIBITING WITH US
The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery Exhibition Program is comprised of in-house curated, touring, regional and local exhibitions. The Exhibitions Program is decided on by the Exhibition Selection Panel, which meets quarterly and exhibitions are programed approximately two years in advance.
In-House Exhibitions are exhibitions of regional, national and international significance developed by Cultural Centre exhibitions staff at the direction of the Exhibitions Panel.
Travelling Exhibition are curated and provided by national and international public institutions and/or freelance curators, selected for display by the Exhibition Selection Panel.
Local artists solo and group exhibitions are selected annually through the Exposé Exhibition Application Program and is open to artists, arts collectives, and community groups of the Blue Mountains LGA.
If you would like to discuss an exhibition proposal please contact Exhibitions Manager Sabrina Roesner via email@example.com
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Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Exposé Program
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Exposé Exhibition Program is an exciting initiative designed to give artists, Arts collectives and community groups based in the Blue Mountains region the opportunity to exhibit in the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery.
Artists and arts collectives based in the Blue Mountains City Council Local Government Area are eligible to apply. Artists may work in any medium and may be emerging, established, or professional. Proposals from community groups in the region will also be considered for exhibition as part of the Exposé Program.
A panel of industry professionals and representatives from the Arts community will assess Exposé program exhibition proposals through a competitive process of application and selection. Exposé Program submissions will be sought annually and scheduled for the following year to allow artists appropriate time to create their works for the exhibition.
Applications for the Exposé Program are now closed. Thank-you to everyone who submitted an application.
Braemar House & Gallery Exhibition Program
Opened in 1988, Braemar Gallery functions as a community gallery, hosting changing exhibitions that showcase works of local and regional artists. Situated in beautiful historic Braemar House, the gallery is a valuable community venue. Braemar has a particular interest in displaying works by local artists.
Exhibitions are selected via an annual application process. Please contact the Braemar Gallery Exhibition Coordinator if you have any queries regarding the exhibition program via firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the 2019 Exhibition Program are now closed. The next Call for Applications will commence in June 2019.
World Heritage Artist in Residence Program
In recognition of the significance and outstanding beauty of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre developed the World Heritage Artist in Residence Program. This program consists of a 6-week artist residency for one artist at Bilpin international ground for Creative initiatives, sponsored by the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, to create a new body of work in response to the World Heritage Area followed by an exhibition at the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery. Emerging, mid-career and established visual artists working in any medium from Australia and overseas are encouraged to apply.
Applications are sought every two years. Artists are required to submit a concept proposal in their application form, outlining what they are planning to produce for the exhibition at the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery.
Please contact Exhibitions Manager Sabrina Roesner via email@example.com if you have any queries.
Applications for the 2018 Word Heritage Artist in Residence Program are now closed. The next Call for Applications will commence in March 2019.