We invite proposals from emerging artists, curators, collectives or collaborators to present solo or group exhibitions in the broad discipline of visual art.
Courthouse Youth Arts accepts proposals from local and Victorian practitioners from any field of creative endeavour that span our artform areas.
Our key demographic are youth aged 26 years and under, though people of all ages are welcome to apply if the project supports opportunities for young and emerging artists.
CHYA is an inclusive space that supports a thriving arts community of emerging artists, writers and curators of any age, background or culture.
Please provide a brief description of your project. No more than 50 words.
Please indicate each contributor's role in the project, and mark confirmed contributors with a (C) after name.
Please provide a clear written description of the physical form the work will take in the gallery, for example: "Four photographs each 100cm x 80cm will hang on the south wall of the gallery at eye level" or "a projection will play on the wall left of the entrance, the gallery lights will remain off and sound will play from two hidden speakers." Be as clear as possible. Sketches may be submitted for complex installation. (Max 150 words)
Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
Please select a proposed date for the project to begin.
This is a written account of the conceptual premises of your proposed project — the thoughts, themes, ideas and cultural relevance of the proposed work and why it was/will be created. (Max 150 words)
Please indicate if you would like to present any performances, artist/curator talks, forums or workshops, etc. as a component of your program, and if so, please provide a short description.
Accepted file types: jpg, pdf, png, gif.
Other support material
Please attach any further support material as an online URL. Examples include moving images and sound, podcasts, music, YouTube, Vimeo, CV's, images etc.
By clicking submit I agree for COURTHOUSE YOUTH ARTS to use submitted text and support material to promote my project should my proposal be successful.