Call for 2019 Exhibition Proposals


We are looking for exhibitions and artwork that will challenge visitors and provoke conversation. We strongly recommend that applicants visit the gallery in person and review past exhibitions on our website before submitting.

Membership in the Seymour Art Gallery Society is not required in order to make a submission to the gallery.

Selected artists must become members of the Seymour Art Gallery Society. Individual membership will be required for each artist in a solo or group exhibition.
With the exception of our fundraising exhibitions, the Discovery juried exhibition, and Start with Art, artists cannot appear in group exhibitions more frequently than every 3 years. Artists may not have solo exhibitions at Seymour Art Gallery more frequently than every 10 years.

As a public gallery with a mandate for education and enrichment, Seymour Art Gallery presents at least one program with every exhibition; submitting artists must be willing to present an artist talk or demonstration, or have a suggestion for another program (performance, music, dance, etc) related to their exhibition.

Seymour Art Gallery presents an opening reception, produces printed materials (including posters and invitation cards), and organizes publicity for exhibitions (press release, social media, online listings, and evites) at no cost to the artist(s). As a non-profit gallery, we are pleased to offer an honorarium for artist talks, but regret that we do not have a budget for artist exhibiting fees, shipping, or travel for our regular exhibitions at this time.

How to Apply

Please visit https://www.seymourartgallery.com/exhibitions/exhibition-proposals/ for full application guidelines and to submit your proposal online through Slideroom. Only proposals submitted through Slideroom will be considered.

There is a non-refundable $10 (USD) Slideroom admin fee, but no jury fee. The Seymour Art Gallery does not keep any portion of the admin fee – it is collected in its entirety by Slideroom.



Call for Submissions