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 Photograph by Nikki Toole

Photograph by Nikki Toole

NOW OPEN | 2019 BLINDSIDE Exhibition Program |
Applications Submissions extended.

NOW DUE MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 27 MAY

BLINDSIDE invites proposals from emerging, mid-career and established artists, curators, collectives or collaborators to present solo or group exhibitions, as well as events, performances, screenings and ephemeral projects. BLINDSIDE accepts proposals from local, interstate and international practitioners from any field of creative endeavour that span either one or both gallery spaces. BLINDSIDE is an inclusive space that supports a thriving arts community of emerging and established artists, writers and curators of any age, background or culture.

For more information about exhibiting in BLINDSIDE’s 2019 exhibition program please contact Martina Copley, Gallery Coordinator at info@BLINDSIDE.org.au


For more information about exhibiting at BLINDSIDE, download the BLINDSIDE exhibitor kit HERE and our gallery floor plans HERE

 

APPLICATIONS CLOSED | 2018 BLINDSIDE Emerging Curator Mentorship

Applications are now open for the annual Emerging Curator Mentorship, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the City of Melbourne. BLINDSIDE invites applications from emerging curators to receive mentorship from leading Melbourne curator, Hannah Matthews, to develop a $3000 funded exhibition across BLINDSIDE’s two gallery spaces in December 2018.

Image | Always there and all a part (installation view), Steven Rhall, Hari Sivanesan + Priya Srinivasan, BLINDSIDE 2017. Courtesy the artists. Photo Eliza Tiernan.

 
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APPLICATIONS CLOSED | PLAY Curator

BLINDSIDE invites proposals from emerging, mid-career and established curators to curate PLAY, BLINDSIDE's online exhibition space for screen based art. BLINDSIDE will accept proposals from local, interstate and international curators. The selected curator will receive a $200 fee to develop the series and a critical text as well as a budget to pay 5 artists $150 each for their contribution to the project.  

Image | Tabita Rezaire, Deep Down Tidal (still detail), 2017, 18:44. Courtesy the Artist and Goodman Gallery, South Africa.