Sure Space Open Call

Opportunity

Sure Space

Sure Space is seeking new media and contemporary works. 

Sure Space is a gallery and multi-use community platform in Como Minneapolis. Our mission is to provide a diverse range of artists and creatives opportunities to produce and exhibit their work in a supportive and affordable street-level environment. We are seeking to cultivate experimental and boundary-pushing initiatives in the Twin Cities. Let’s make waves, together. Priority for grants of the space will be given to underrepresented artists and historically marginalized folks.

ROLLING DEADLINE

Sure Space welcomes artist submissions + curatorial proposals on a rolling deadline basis.

HOW TO APPLY FOR EXHIBITION USE
Please send the following, compiled into one PDF, to [email protected]

Exhibition fees exist on a sliding scale. 

APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • A 500-word proposal describing your plans and ideas for the exhibition
  • Resume (one page)
  • Artist statement (one page)
  • Please list one (1) reference with contact information
  • Up to ten (10) images related to proposed exhibition in 1000px high (variable width), 72dpi, JPG, RGB
  • Up to three (3) videos, each of which can be a maximum of three (3) minutes long. Accepted file types include Mp4, AVI, MOV, MPG. Only moving images, i.e. time-based media, video, kinetic art or documentation of performance art, should be submitted as video files.

Sure Space will review your application and get back to you shortly.

HOW TO APPLY FOR FLEXIBLE USE OF THE SPACE
Flex use is inclusive of activities such as public programming, artist talks, gatherings, performances, readings, meals, etc. Please get in touch about your proposed use of the space by e-mailing [email protected]

Flex use fees exist on a sliding scale. 

Sure Space will review your application and get back to you shortly.

LOCATION
1506 Como Ave Se
Minneapolis, MN
55414

Opportunity Opens

Thursday, Nov 14th 2019

Opportunity Closes

Friday, Feb 14th 2020, 11:45pm

Application Location

MN Artists