Gallery: Call for Curators and Exhibit Proposals
Call for Curators and Exhibit Proposals
Native Curators: Native Exhibits = Vital Voices & New Ideas
The American Indian Center (AIC) and the American Indian Center Gallery is now accepting proposals from Native artists/curators for new exhibit ideas, establishing a series to promote and support emerging [Native] curatorial voice. No age restrictions apply. The AIC promotes and advocates the cultural, artistic, social, and political transformation initiated by members of the Native communities across Indian Country through creative cultural practices.
With a sense of relevance and urgency, these multifaceted and dynamic exhibitions will consider contemporary issues that exist at the intersection of curatorial practice and artistic production. Within a 600 square-foot-gallery space, curators can propose ideas that provoke thoughtful and provocative discussion on the most pressing issues of our time.
- Application Fee: $0
- Application Deadline: Open (applications will be accepted on an on-going basis)
- Exhibit Dates: To be determined
American Indian Center Gallery Location
The American Indian Center
3401 West Ainslie St.
Chicago, Illinois 60625
(1st Floor – ADA Accessible)
American Indian Center Gallery
The American Indian Center Gallery is dedicated to meeting the needs of the community by providing a vehicle for artistic expression by taking a leadership role in the cultivation, exhibition, and dissemination of historical and contemporary Native histories in Chicago. The American Indian Center Gallery is dedicated to Native American First Voice Art.