If you are a solo artist or a group os artists; an emerging or established artist, if you are a contemporary musician, actor, dancer, visual artists or hybrid artist… well SAC WANTS YOU
SAC is seeking applications for inclusion in the 2013 program for the following venues:
Applications must be received by midnight Sunday 30 September 2012.
Applicants are required to submit an exhibition proposal consisting of:
*Images should be supplied on disc or via email in a standard format such as jpeg or tiff and between 150 – 300 dpi. Please state title, size, media and year of production, and if images are of the actual works to be exhibited or are indicative of works to be exhibited.
For all venue enquiries or to request an Information and Application Kit for a specific venue please contact the Venues Coordinator.
After consultation with the Venues Coordinator, preferred dates are recorded.
Please note: Dates are not confirmed at this time.
All applications are assessed twice annually (in May and October), with submission deadlines being 30 April and 30 September each year. The panel will meet following this date and applicants will be advised of their decision in the following month.
All applications are assessed by the SAC Assessment Panel consisting of a professional from the Tasmanian Arts community, the CEO / Artistic Director, the Arts & Events Coordinator, and the Visual Arts Coordinator of the Salamanca Arts Centre.
The application process is very competitive. SAC receives more applications than gallery spaces available; approximately 60% of applicants were successful in the previous assessment round. All applicants will be notified of the outcome in due course. The decision of the SAC Assessment Panel is final.
Dates are not confirmed until an application is approved by the SAC Assessment Panel, the Agreement for Hire is signed and returned and the deposit paid.
The SAC Assessment Panel reserves the right to alter exhibition dates to assist with the requirements and to benefit the SAC Arts Program.
Image Credit: dis-covery. Photograph by Craig Opie.
Salamanca Arts Centre 2013