The Parachute Factory is currently holding an open call for exhibition proposals for July - December of 2018. All applications received by March 1st will be given full consideration. Please expect to receive notification by April 1, 2018.
Upon acceptance for an exhibition, the following responsibilities will be met by both TPF and the artist(s):
will provide the gallery space, which is free and open to the public, for receptions and agreed-upon open hours
will handle all sales, taking a 30% commission on all sales for work in the exhibition
will provide digital promotional materials for the exhibition via social media outlets and our website
will provide accurate images in application for what will be submitted to the show; if it is not, TPF has the right to not run the exhibition
will create/deliver work at agreed upon time
will be compliant with publicizing the exhibition by providing images, etc. in a timely manner
will ensure the work to be in gallery for the entirety of the exhibition
will be present at the opening reception and/or gallery hop
Length of Exhibition
If Other please specify:
Preferred Opening Date
A brief proposal (about 150 words) telling us about the exhibition you would like to have at TPF and any events/outreach that would be involved during your exhibition
Why The Parachute Factory?
A brief proposal (about 150 words) telling us about the exhibition you would like to have at TPF and events/outreach that would be involved during your exhibition.
Why the Northside?
Another brief explanation describing why you want to use TPF specifically and if/how that relates to the Northside (over other gallery spaces, neighborhoods, etc.).
Thanks for applying! After submitting this form, please send five digital images (JPG, PDF, TIFF) to
. These images should be representative of your work and should visually explain your exhibition proposal . Your application will not be processed until we have received this part of the application.
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