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Call for Exhibition Proposals

Job details

Northart Gallery
1 Aug 2021
Work type
Call for entries, Expressions of interest
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Visual Arts


Proposals are now invited from individuals or groups of emerging, mid career and established New Zealand artists and curators for projects in 2022.

Selected artists will work with Northart's Co-Directors Jonathan Organ and Jessica Pearless to develop an exhibition or creative project that includes a public programme of an artist talk and educational workshop. Northart exhibitions are four - six weeks in duration.

Proposal requirements:

  • Exhibition concept with description of your proposed show (one page)
  • Indication of artist-led educational workshop concept
  • A selection of previous and/or current images of work
  • An up to date CV for each participating artist or curator
  • An indication of possible dates for the exhibition and when you will be ready to exhibit
  • Any other relevant documentation to support your proposal, including reviews, links to websites or online portfolios

What we offer: 

  • Curatorial assistance and guidance to develop your exhibition
  • On-site technical assistance at installation
  • Inclusion in Northart's marketing and publicity
  • A catered exhibition opening function 
  • Public programme support
  • Educational workshop support form our Art Educator
  • In house design and production of standard exhibition catalogues
  • The opportunity to sell your artwork if desired

Proposals are due by 1 August 2021. 

Find Gallery Floor Plans HERE



How to apply

Email co-director Jonathan Organ to submit your proposal.

Written by


12 Jun 2021

Located in the Northcote Shopping Centre, just ten minutes from downtown Auckland and Takapuna, Northart provides a public programme of exhibitions and other visual arts activities, characterised by accessibility and innovation.