We occasionally post open calls for exhibitions. All open calls will be listed on this page.

Past Open Calls

TIME (Winter-Spring 2024)
Accepting submissions through November 1, 2023

Works of 3-D or 2-D visual art, artist books, sound / broadcast, video, performance, or social practice that engage with the theme of time, broadly construed. Submissions of films, performance, dance, lectures/talks, and live music are welcome, as we will also be programming time-based work as part of the exhibition.

In conceiving of this open call, we are thinking alongside current and historical critiques of linear, extractive, supremacist and colonial frameworks of time, and with an interest in confronting historical and contemporary zeitgeists of ‘time management’ in the interest of productivity, ‘winning’ and success. We are also interesting in thinking about seasonal, agricultural, local, botanical, nonhuman, and ecological approaches to time. These notes are suggestions only, and we encourage and welcome all responses to this call.

Participating artists will also be invited to select and annotate one book to add to our tiny bookstore alongside selections from the exhibition’s organizers.

PRODUCING HUMANS [guest-curated]Accepting submissions through June 15, 2023
Full details and submission info

WATER (summer 2023; please submit work before Feb 15)
Works of 3-D or 2-D visual art, artist books, sound / broadcast, video, or social practice that engage with the theme of water, broadly construed. Submissions for performance welcome.
Participating artists will also be invited to select and annotate one book to add to our tiny bookstore.

TOOLS (please submit work before September 15, 2022)
Works in any medium that illustrate or question how we engage with the category “tools.”

VOLUME (summer 2022; please submit work before April 15)
Works of 3-D or 2-D visual art, artist books, sound / broadcast, video, or social practice that engage with the theme of volume, broadly construed. Submissions for performance welcome.
Participating artists will also be invited to select and annotate one book to add to our tiny bookstore.

Volumes exhibition page