Exhibition Proposal Instructions


Call for Artists and Curators

Exhibition Proposals due April 20, 11:59 pm, 2018

(ATHENS) The Lyndon House Arts Center invites area artists, artist groups, and curators to submit original exhibition proposals for consideration in the Arts Center’s gallery schedule. In addition to proposing complete exhibitions, artists are invited to submit images of their work for consideration in larger group or themed shows, organized by the Arts Center

Proposals are reviewed twice annually. The deadline this spring proposal review is April 20 at 11:59 pm.  Following this deadline, artists and curators will be contacted within three months after review.  Exhibitions may be scheduled as far out as three years ahead.

More information and online submission form can be found on the Lyndon House Arts Center website, accgov.com/Lyndonhouse. 

For more information, please contact Beth Sale, Exhibitions at beth.sale@accgov.com with a subject heading of Exhibition Proposal, or call 706.613.3623 extension 226.

Send proposals to:
Beth Sale, Exhibitions
Email subject: Exhibition Proposal
Lyndon House Arts Center, 293 Hoyt Street, Athens, GA 30601
706.613.3623 extension 226
Submission deadlines: September 20 or April 20
Notification date is 3 months following submission deadlines.

Operations Statement:

The Lyndon House Arts Center is operated by the Athens-Clarke County Department of Leisure Services as a center of artistic excellence for the benefit and cultural enrichment of youth and adults. Gallery exhibitions, festivals, workshops, art meetings, special events and art classes aim to provide area citizens with a positive experience in the visual arts, encouraging them to appreciate the arts and to develop their creative talents.

The Lyndon House Arts Center places importance on education and outreach, arts activities which reflect the values of integrity, quality, diversity and creativity held by the community. These values serve as a guide for the selection and exhibition of artwork for the galleries.

The Lyndon House Arts Center reserves the right to present in a controlled access area, or to deny exhibition of any material which may not be appropriate for all audiences. Children visiting the galleries must be accompanied and supervised by an adult for the safety of the artwork and for artwork content.

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