ARTISTS MAY SUBMIT MATERIALS ON A ROLLING BASIS. SUBMISSIONS ARE REVIEWED IN THE SPRING FOR THE FOLLOWING CALENDAR YEAR.
Western Kentucky University, located in Bowling Green Kentucky, seeks artist exhibition proposals for group and solo exhibitions on an ongoing basis.
The Fine Arts Center galleries at WKU, curated and maintained by the Department of Art, are located on the second floor of the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center and comprise the main, two-story University Gallery and the 2D Corridor Gallery. Conveniently laid out and well lit, the gallery houses regular faculty and student shows and a wide variety of temporary exhibitions. Between sixteen and twenty-two shows a year are exhibited in the galleries.
The Main University Gallery has a glass entrance with approximately 88 linear feet of wall space available on the first floor and 100 feet of available wall space on the second floor. The walls are a low pile grey carpeted surface.
The 2D Corridor Gallery consists of locked glass cases that have just over 90 linear feet of space, are six feet high and six inches deep. The walls are a low pile grey carpet.
Submissions for exhibition are reviewed on a yearly basis by the Gallery Director and an advisory committee of WKU Art faculty members.
All media will be considered for exhibition, including video and installation.
Artists interested in exhibiting in the University Galleries at WKU should send a gallery proposal. Include the gallery requested, a resume, artist’s statement, and link to your website, including an indication of images you plan to include.
Selected artists for Main Gallery exhibitions will receive a $300 honorarium and are invited to provide an artist lecture and attend a gallery reception at the opening or closing of their exhibition.
Artists for both Main and Corridor Gallery exhibitions are expected to cover the costs of shipping / transporting their work to and from the gallery.
Artists are responsible for providing their own insurance while work is on view in the University Galleries.
Kristina Arnold, Gallery Director