Submissions for Exhibition

*Any artist, curator, current student, faculty member, staff, or community member can submit work or ideas for an exhibition; however submission does not constitute acceptance. Submission of exhibition consists of an exhibition proposal. For more information, contact Lauren M. Pacheco, Director of Arts Programming and Engagement at lpachec@iu.edu.

The School of the Arts at IU Northwest encourages both artists and curators to propose site-specific, concept driven exhibitions. Much of our programming and exhibitions at IU Northwest is focused on contemporary work with bold points of view. We are interested in highlighting work that empowers and informs by engaging and fostering exploration and curiosity, as well as work that elevates voices and perspectives. We encourage submissions to propose risk-taking, experimental or boundary crossing work that extends the concept, scale, and/or scope of your practice.

Submissions are received on a rolling basis and reviewed by the School of the Arts Exhibitions Committee, which consists of faculty, as well as the Dean of the School of the Arts.  For more information, contact Gallery and Project Management Assistant, Cathy Feeman at cfeeman@iu.edu or (219) 981-5627.

Mission:

The galleries at IU Northwest present innovative exhibitions programming that complements and enhances the University's academic offerings; to exhibit art collections for study, and research; to educate the university community as well as the general public from Northwest Indiana about the forms and issues of contemporary and historical art from all cultures; to fill a unique niche in the region as a venue for rigorous and engaging cultural programming.

Creative Spaces:

The Gallery for Contemporary Arts in Savannah Center and the School of the Arts Gallery in the Arts and Sciences building offer traditional exhibiting spaces, while the IQ Wall in the Savannah Center offers an innovative platform for interactive digital art. The Arts and Sciences building houses a 500-seat Proscenium Main Stage Theatre and a more intimate 100-seat Black Box Theatre, both with state-of-the-art technology.