Saturday, January 14, 2012

International Gallery of Contemporary Art


Call for Exhibition Proposals
International Gallery of Contemporary Art (IGCA)

Anchorage, Alaska

The International Gallery of Contemporary Art (IGCA) is an exhibition space dedicated to new works in visual and interdisciplinary arts. It was established to provide the community with a place where provocative ideas, diverse art forms, artists and audiences can come together, to offer a point of view that encourages vision, risk-taking and discovery, and to be an art space where experimentation and risk are still possible.

The International Gallery invites artists to submit proposals for solo exhibitions. Proposals are accepted at any time.

Exhibition proposals are judged primarily by the quality of the work, but also by a narrative in which artists explain what it is they are trying to learn or what they are trying to explore in the body of work they will prepare for the exhibition.

The Gallery accepts only new work that has not been previously exhibited elsewhere in the state. In this way, the Gallery plays a role in stimulating the creation of artwork.

The International Gallery does not focus on only traditional media, but is open to all art forms including installation and performance art and to new explorative media such as digital, video and other technological forms.

Digital entries only

Email your exhibition proposal to:

Include up to 10 images (or other digital media, as applicable) of your most recent work and a corresponding /image list. Please do not submit original artwork.
Please allow up to three months for a response to your proposal. Proposals are reviewed by a selection committee, which convenes approximately once a quarter.

Complete details available on website:

International Gallery of Contemporary Art
427 D Street
Anchorage, Alaska