Carol Lynn Gilchrist’s Chasing the Light art exhibit was one of the exhibits held at the Corridor Gallery, downstairs at the Red Deer Recreation Centre. The gallery is now putting out a call for new submissions. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Carol Lynn Gilchrist’s Chasing the Light art exhibit was one of the exhibits held at the Corridor Gallery, downstairs at the Red Deer Recreation Centre. The gallery is now putting out a call for new submissions. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Corridor Gallery in Red Deer seeks artist submissions

The Corridor Community Gallery in Red Deer’s Recreation Centre is putting out a call for artist submissions.

Exhibition proposals from individual artists or groups, representing diverse artistic practices and experience levels, can be made at any time.

The informal gallery space located downstairs, next to the city’s clay studio spaces, accommodates 2-dimensional artwork in nine exhibition frames, measuring 24 x 30”. The frames are mounted securely to the walls in fixed formats in horizontal or vertical formation.

There is also a display case that can accommodate small 3-dimensional artwork such as sculpture or ceramics.

Proposals will be considered based on fit, suitability for the space, and taking into consideration the public setting. A diversity of artists’ voices will also be a consideration in selection.

For more information, visit reddeer.ca/corridor, contact Arts and Culture Services at 403-406-8813, or email josephine.debeaudrap@reddeer.ca.

Visual Arts