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Intermedia Gallery Call for Submissions 2020/21

Wed 6 November — Wed 15 January 2020

Intermedia. Photo by Neil Thomas Douglas.

Intermedia is an independent gallery space funded by Glasgow City Council and managed by CCA in partnership with Glasgow Life. The gallery is located within CCA but operates independently of CCA’s curated exhibition programme.

Exhibitions are selected by a panel that includes representatives of both CCA, Glasgow Life and the city’s independent visual arts sector. The costs of the gallery’s overheads are covered and a small subsidy is provided towards exhibitors’ costs (£600).

Applications are received from a wide variety of individuals and groups, and exhibitions are selected by a panel of artists and arts professionals based on criteria of quality of work and creative development. In return, artists take full responsibility for organising, curating, installing, publicising, invigilating, and de-installing their exhibition, all in line with CCA’s own Health and Safety guidelines. CCA will provide additional marketing and admin support.

Submissions from Glasgow-based practitioners and from artists who will not be in full-time education at the time of exhibition will be prioritised. UK-wide and international proposals will be accepted if the proposal demonstrates an invigilation plan for the exhibition.

Historically, Intermedia’s programme has aimed to support emerging artists working in Glasgow. We recognise that emerging is a word often associated with age; however, we believe that an artistic practice can ‘emerge’ or ‘re-emerge’ at any stage in life. The overall selection aims to find a balance between artistic content, contemporary discourse and different media. The selection process is consciously non-discriminatory against gender, sexuality, ethnicity and disability. If you have any questions about the application process, please feel free to get in touch.

How to apply

Proposals for exhibitions at Intermedia for the period July 2020 – April 2021 have now closed.

Applications for 2021-22 will open in November 2020. In addition to a written submission about the project, applications should also include the following:

1) An up to date artist CV, as a PDF document.
2) Supporting material: up to six clearly titled images of your work either as PDF document, or as individual files to
3) If appropriate to your practice (for example that your work is moving image or performance based) no more than four clearly labelled hyperlinks to video and/or documentation listed in a PDF document. Please note that this is optional and not a requirement.

If you would prefer to submit in an alternative format, have any queries in relation to the process or if we can make it any easier for you to apply please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Deadline: Wednesday 15 January, 12noon
Please note the deadline for this has passed.