The curatorial program at The Reach Gallery Museum is carefully considered to bring the best in visual arts and historical research to our audience. Exhibition programming is primarily invitational. Exhibitions presented at The Reach are confirmed 18 to 24 months in advance and are generally developed by the Curator of Art & Visual Culture, Curator of Historical Collections, Guest Curators and Curatorial Interns (where appropriate).
The Reach welcomes informational packages from artists. Submissions of this nature are for the sole purpose of informing us about your work. These packages should not take the format of an exhibition proposal. Proposals for specific projects and/or exhibitions will only be accepted from galleries, museums, artist collectives, artist run centers, and independent curators.
To let us know more about your practice, artists are encouraged to share:
Only electronic packages will be accepted. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard copy applications will not be considered and materials will not be returned.
The Reach does not have a formal deadline for submissions though they will be reviewed periodically.
Only those with submissions under consideration will be contacted.
CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
The Reach periodically calls for artists to submit expressions of interest or proposals for specific projects and initiatives. These include our Emerge program (for aspiring artists and arts professionals ages 18-35), the Fraser Valley Biennale (which occurs every other year on odd-numbered years), and others. When applicable, active links will appear below.
The Reach Gallery Museum and partners are pleased to invite submissions for the 5th Fraser River Valley Biennale, 2019. The Biennale will be a dynamic, collective representation of exceptional work produced by artists of the region over the past two years.
Artists are encouraged to submit up to three works of art for consideration. All mediums are welcome including (but not limited to): painting, drawing, installation, photography, sculpture, printmaking, video, film, performance, and applied arts.