Artists and curators can apply for an exhibition at the Counihan Gallery. The gallery also offers a curatorial internship every year.
The call for 2022 exhibition applications has now closed.
Applicants can expect to receive the outcome for their proposal in October.
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.
Call for Moreland Summer Show 2021 proposals
Held at the end of each year, the Moreland Summer Show is open to all artists who live, work, study or base their studio practice in Moreland. Eligible artists are invited to submit one work which responds to the selected exhibition theme.
This year’s theme is History & Heritage, which we think has an incredible potential to resonate with everyone and prompt an array of responses.
Each year one entry is selected by a panel of judges for the Noel Counihan Commemorative Art Award, a professional development package of $3000.
A People’s Choice Award selected by visitors of $1000 is sponsored by the Sydney Road Brunswick Association.
A Peers' Choice Award voted for by participating artists is sponsored by Brunswick Bound independent bookstore, a book pack valued at $250.
Applications close: Thursday 30 September, 5pm
Artwork delivered by: Friday 29 – Sunday 31 October 2021
Exhibition dates: Saturday 13 November – Saturday 11 December 2021
Download an application pack to learn more about how to submit a proposal:
We are committed to accessibility - if you would like to submit a hard copy application or a video application, please email the Gallery.
We are not currently accepting applications for internships.
Each year the Counihan Gallery 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.