Sarah Doyle Gallery seeks submissions in all media for September 2015 through May 2016. Art must align with the Sarah Doyle Women's Center's mission of exploring issues of gender, especially the intersections of gender with race/ethnicity, economic class, sexuality, gender identity, age, dis/ability, and other markers of identity.
*All artists have been selected for the September 2015-May 2017 gallery cycle. The next call for artists will be in January 2017.
About the Sarah Doyle Gallery
The Sarah Doyle Gallery is a small exhibition space located inside the Sarah Doyle Women's Center (SDWC) at Brown University. Art exhibited in the gallery is selected by a jury of artists, professors, and curators. On occasion, the gallery showcases special exhibits and student work selected by the SDWC staff.
The SDWC is housed in an early nineteenth century residence that is now a hub of student activity around issues of gender. The gallery is an integral part of the SDWC and provides the campus community with the opportunity to view high quality art from around the country. Exhibiting artists work closely with student gallery coordinators to mount their exhibits and have the opportunity to lead a workshop with students and/or give an artist talk.
To view a floor plan of the gallery, click here.
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