Touchstones Nelson issues annual call for submissions

Touchstones Nelson is seeking proposals from artists and curators working in all media for the 2017/18 exhibition season.

Touchstones Nelson

Touchstones Nelson is seeking proposals from artists and curators working in all media for the 2017/18 exhibition season.

The facility houses two temporary exhibition spaces as well as a permanent historical exhibit on the second floor. The galleries feature solo and group exhibitions by regional, national and international artists.

According to gallery curator Rod Taylor, “it’s always great to see what comes in; there are a lot of talented people out there! We have a limited number of spots, but each year we try to balance highlighting the work of artists who live here with bringing fresh voices into the community.

For more detailed information, including floor plans and submission guidelines, visit touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions. Those interested are encouraged to review the submission guidelines carefully,as incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, April 30 at 5 p.m. Email submissions are preferred at rod@touchstonesnelson.ca.

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