Submissions for GRIN’s 2017 Spring/Summer Exhibitions Close Tomorrow

by Michael Anthony Farley on August 31, 2016 Opportunities


Installation shots of the AFC-curated exhibition “Geographically Indeterminate Fantasies: The Animated GIF as Place” at GRIN.

Providence, RI gallery GRIN is accepting proposals from curators and artists for group or solo exhibitions for their 2017 Spring/Summer season. But the deadline is tomorrow! If you’ve had a pretty solid idea for a show simmering on the back burner, now’s the time to get your act together. The gallery’s submission guidelines are available here.

We can’t recommend working with GRIN more—collaborating with directors Corey Oberlander and Lindsey Stapleton was a pleasure. When AFC launched the IRL version of our online Providence College—Galleries exhibition Geographically Indeterminate Fantasies: The Animated GIF as PlaceOberlander and Stapleton went above-and-beyond to help us realize crazy ideas and gave us a great introduction to Providence. They’re the rare breed of gallerists who balance professional know-how with a willingness to take risks.

One of the best things about working with GRIN: the great documentation. Artsy recently highlighted the gallery as an example of maintaining a strong, consistent web presence. The converted industrial space is a nice white cube that still retains a lot of character to work with—it’s a fun space to install in, and even more photogenic.

If we didn’t already have such a full plate of upcoming programming (hint, hint), we would be applying for another show ourselves!

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