Exhibition proposals are always welcome from CTAC staff, members, and the public on an ongoing basis. For official review and consideration, all proposals must be brought to the Professional Advisory Subcommittee. Incomplete proposals will not be reviewed.
PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
- Exhibit description and rationale
- Artist and/or Curator’s statement(s) and C.V.(s)
- 10-20 sample images
- Exhibition Site Requirements
- Budget Requirements
- Contact Information
Submit completed proposals to the CTAC Galleries Director:
Subject Line: Exhibition Proposal
The CTAC Visual Arts Professional Advisory Subcommittee will meet twice per year to review exhibition proposals. The following criteria will be considered during the review:
Does the exhibition meet the organization’s:
- Audience Engagement
Assessment will indicate how proposed exhibit addresses specific goals, objectives, and audiences.
Can the exhibition be produced within CTAC resources:
- Time and Schedule
- Staff and Labor
- Special Requirements (examples: environment or equipment needs)
How does the exhibition fit:
- CTAC Brand
- VA Vision and Mission
- Other CTAC and Community Exhibits and Events
- Ancillary events
Assessment will indicate if and how the proposal expands and extends previous exhibitions & programming.
Does the exhibition offer opportunities for:
- Outreach Fundraising
- Community-Building Events
Only completed proposals reviewed by the Professional Advisory Subcommittee will receive notification of acceptance or rejection. Notification and invitations to exhibit can only be extended by the Galleries Director.