You can find booking forms and details for all our past and current calls, along with those from our partners below. Current calls are organised by deadline date.
Artizan Gallery Virtual Exhibitions
Artizan Gallery has been able to offer virtual exhibitions at their venue since 2019, an innovative way to showcase your artwork affordably in a professional exhibition space. But now, this platform has new relevance and we are excited to continue to offer access to this service to help artists get their artwork out to remote audiences.
We always welcome input into our curation process and regularly invite external producers to the space to compliment our programme. If an exhibition booking isn’t for you, our themed exhibitions aren’t quite relevant to your work, or you just have an idea you’d like to see covered then you can make an exhibition proposal.
Artizan Collective Workshop Proposals - New Normal Models
Artizan Collective CIC is seeking workshop proposals that can be run at the Artizan Collective Gallery (Fleet Walk, Torquay) and Artizan Gallery (Lucius Street, Torquay) in line with social distancing and COVID-19 Secure regulations.
Given continued uncertainty we’re taking the big step to support visual arts in South Devon by making submissions to this years’ English Riviera Winter Open exhibition absolutely free. All submitting artists will be able to offer up to five works for selection at no charge regardless of success.
It’s 2020 and we can look back 100 years to the Roaring Twenties and the dawn of a golden age of Modernism celebrated in architecture, fashion, art, literature and music. The era rejoiced in youthfulness being played out under the shadow of the catastrophe of the first war world. Many works by poets, writers, musicians and artists symbolised the trauma this generation suffered and also its optimism for the future.
As part of our renewed programming for 2020 we are curating a series of accessible, themed shows to create opportunities for visual artists in the wake of recent uncertainty. Themes include, Glorious Gardens, The Urban Landscape, Creative Coastal, The Digital Space, Photographic Stories, Going Nowhere, The Wild World, Figures, Abstract Works.
For the remainder of 2020, Artizan is looking to celebrate the contribution of visual art and culture to our lives following this period of closure through a diversity of programming. We invite exhibition applications from individual artists or groups and can assist with any enquiries regarding sharing of the space or use of multiple gallery rooms.