The Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery presents up to eight exhibitions annually. Applications are accepted from craftspeople, curators and galleries for solo, two-person and group exhibitions reflecting craft history and current practice.
Process & Criteria
The Exhibitions & Education Coordinators along with the SCC Curatorial Committee assess all applications. Information from each applicant is sent to members of the Curatorial Committee prior to an annual review meeting where proposals are considered along with their support material. The Curatorial Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Coordinators.
The SCC looks for work that will contribute to and challenge the Fine Craft community. The SCC focuses on local (Saskatchewan) exhibitions, but aims to include at least one touring or out-of-province exhibition each year. The SCC also considers a balance of media represented when deciding the gallery schedule.
Information on the application process can be obtained from the Exhibition Application Guide, or by contacting Stephanie or Maia at 306.653.3616 ext. 2, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To help with your application, here is a floor plan of the gallery space: SCC Gallery Floor Plan.
Applications should include high quality digital images, a cover letter, an image list, a concise exhibition description or proposal, and CVs for all participants. Additional support material should minimal, but could include recent reviews, catalogues, or other relevant information about the applicant(s).
Please refer to these blog posts for more information or tips for submitting your proposal!