Submissions

Submissions to the Gallery

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Applications Deadlines:
For your application to be considered at our next committee meeting for Spring and Fall exhibitions in 2018 submit by midnight Sept. 24th 2017.* 

The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery is an integral component of the University of Dallas Art Department and its exhibitions are designed to encourage a dialogue between the university community, as well as the broader community, by inviting an array of contemporary artists to our campus.

We welcome submissions and proposals from artists and independent curators year round. National and international submissions are welcome. Exhibition proposals are reviewed by a committee of University of Dallas scholars and the greater Dallas area community. Our exhibitions average 4 weeks in duration and generally follow a typical school year.  

* We accept submissions year round and applicatications submitted after this time are still eligible for later programming. While all artforms are welcomed we are encouraging applications with an emphasis in sculpture and installation this round. 

Submission Guidelines

Please make your submission online observing the following guidelines.

Work Examples are to be formatted as a PDF with no more than 15 images ordered in viewing priority.

All images should be clearly titled, with medium and sizes with the above mentioned PDF.

Please provide a corresponding list of images saved as a PDF.

Resume(s)/CV should include name and contact information and saved as a PDF.

Include statement about work, title, concept and description of exhibition saved as a PDF.

Make your submission here.

Please do not email or bring in submissions. Origional materials will not returned.

 

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