The Center aims to engage the community at all levels to create self-sustaining opportunities in alternative spaces. Specifically, our Curator of Exhibitions routinely reviews submissions by emerging and established artists in the contemporary art field. The programming of exhibitions has an emphasis on activation, collaboration, and site-specificity with an endeavor to foster relationships with local artists.
Submissions are reviewed via email. Phone calls and scheduled visits are by invitation only.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject matter “Submission”
Images of your latest body of work (file sizes can be no larger than 10MB, jpeg and pdf preferred)
Description or artist statement of your current practice (no longer than 500 words)
CV with your current website at the top, outlining your education, exhibition experiences, awards,
residencies, and publications.
Submissions are conducted on an ongoing basis. There is no set time for this review. If accepted, our Curator will personally email you. Submitting a proposal does not guarantee you an exhibition, yet we do value your time as we continue to expand our outreach to artists.
Additionally, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood activates its street presence with artist commissioned flags that express issues in art and culture. A flag can bear emblems, mascots, instructions, and signs among other powerful images and text. The raising of a new flag supports new perspectives and possible solutions for a better economy, society, and an inclusive worldview.
Submissions for the flag are encouraged.
Flag design in a JPEG of PDF file. The images can be no larger than 5MB with a maximum number of 5 images.
Proposal with description in 350 words or less describing your design.
CV with your current website at the top, outlining your education, exhibition experiences, awards, residencies, and publications.
Flag designs are a 3:2 ratio. The final produced flag will be
72 inches (wide) x 48 inches (height).
We encourage all interested artists and curators to attend gallery events at the Center.