The Castlefield Gallery Associates Members Exhibition supports members of Castlefield Gallery Associates to realise an ambitious, exciting and timely project. The successful applicant receives a budget of £2,000 as well as curatorial and technical support to produce an exhibition as part of Castlefield Gallery’s exhibition programme. A call out for the next Members Exhibition (February 2023) will be shared in the coming spring.
Castlefield Gallery’s current exhibition, Jocelyn McGregor: Mantle was selected from Associate members’ proposals by guest selector Mariama Attah, curator at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and Castlefield Gallery Curator and Deputy Director Matthew Pendergast.
How to apply:
Members of Castlefield Gallery Associates can submit a proposal for a solo exhibition, a curated group show or a collective project. In the case of group exhibitions or projects, at least one participating artist or writer or the curator must be a Castlefield Gallery Associate. (nb. proposals should be for a fully formed exhibition; Castlefield Gallery will not curate a group exhibition from individual proposals)
The successful applicants may want to do further fundraising beyond the £2,000 budget provided by the gallery, and applicants can submit an outline of what a scaled up version of the project would look like should their proposal be selected and subsequent further fundraising be successful. Applicants should not submit speculative funding applications.
A list of AV equipment that the gallery has and plans of the space can be accessed HERE
How to find out more:
For more information about Castlefield Gallery Associates and how to join, see here
Information about Castlefield Gallery’s previous Launch Pad programme, and related exhibitions can be found in the Launch Pad archive.
Previous Members Exhibitions
- 2019/20 Spring
The Naming of Things, curated by Bryony Dawson
Guest selector Ryan Gander
- 2019 Spring Sources, curated by Joe Preston
Guest selector Dr Je Yun Moon
- 2019/20 Autumn Fanspeak, curated by Shy Bairns
Guest selector Sam Thorne, director, Nottingham Contemporary