For Artists

The Carrack hosts approximately 20 exhibitions each year as well as several open community exhibitions and a wide range of multidisciplinary events. Follow this link to learn more about regular community-organized programming at the gallery.

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VISUAL ART EXHIBITIONS

Exhibitions are two weeks in length, and feature an opening event and a public talk. Artists and curators may program additional events during their exhibition’s run. Also, artists and curators are responsible for designing, installing and deinstalling their own exhibitions.

Once a year, The Carrack puts out a call for exhibition proposals. A panel of former Carrack artists and curators reviews the proposals along with the Executive Director, and they select the shows for that season.

Submitting a Proposal to The Carrack

We will begin accepting proposals for 2018 exhibitions later this year. Please check back here this fall, sign up for our newsletter and follow our Facebook page for announcements.

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CARRACK COMMUNITY SHOWS

Twice a year The Carrack invites any artist to drop off one work of art to be hung in our Community Show. There is no entry fee or jury process. Simply bring an original work that meets the requirements and we will hang your work.

Our next Carrack Community Show will be June 8 – 23, 2017. At the same time, to celebrate our 6th birthday we are having a Red Dot fundraiser. Drop off artwork for both shows on Monday June 5, 3 – 7 pm.

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PUBLIC PERFORMANCES AND EVENTS

The Carrack hosts a wide range of multidisciplinary events such as readings, concerts, dance performances, art happenings, slideshows and film screenings in addition to workshops, roundtables, series and lectures. Peruse the gallery calendar to get a sense of the kinds of events that happen at The Carrack.

How to propose a public performance or event to the Carrack:

  • Contact us to begin planning a performance at the gallery and to understand the technical restrictions and requirements of the space.
  • Performances must be scheduled collaboratively with our exhibiting artists.