Exhibit, apply, intern
Call for 2022 exhibition applications
The call for proposals is now open for the 2022 exhibition program at the Counihan Gallery and will close at 5pm, Friday 2 July 2021.
Artists and curators are invited to submit proposals for projects that can be developed and achieved in 2022. The gallery welcomes proposals from artists from all cultural backgrounds that meet the selection criteria and align with the Gallery’s objectives.
The Counihan Gallery plans to be a Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF) venue partner in 2022 and invites proposals with strong links to human rights and associated social or political issues that might be considered as a festival exhibition in the month of April.
We are pleased to advise it is now free to exhibit at the Counihan Gallery.
A free Information Session explaining the Counihan Gallery exhibition application process will be held at the gallery on Wednesday 28 April at 6pm followed by a Q&A session. Last year’s Facebook Live event can be watched on our Facebook videos page.
Download an application pack to learn more about how to apply for an exhibition:
We are committed to accessibility - if you would like to submit a hard copy application or a video application, please email the Gallery.
View Gallery 1 & 2 in the Counihan Virtual Gallery
It's not always easy to remember the layout of our gallery from home or the studio. Now you can explore Gallery 1 and 2 in 3D. You can even add your works to the space to see how they will look using online modelling platform SketchUp. Download the SketchUp file and create a SketchUp free account to get started.
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is not currently accepting applications for internships.
Each year the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick offers an internship opportunity to satisfy course requirements for one person currently enrolled in a graduate or post graduate degree in Curatorship, Arts Management, Museum Studies or equivalent, with a demonstrated commitment to the visual arts sector. Applicants must be interested in working together with gallery staff on an agreed project while also learning the day-to-day operations of the gallery.