Calling All Artists
SOMArts seeks bold ideas to activate our Main Gallery and inspire connection and community across difference. Now in its seventh season of ground-breaking and multidisciplinary exhibitions, the SOMArts Curatorial Residency provides a supportive platform for artists and curators to experiment with new ideas and execute on big, bold visions that could only manifest in a space as large and flexible as SOMArts' Main Gallery. Proposals are due by 5pm on October 26, 2016.
Exhibitions & Events
- A Promise Not to Forget: Día de los Muertos Exhibition, October 7–November 5, 2016
- Elvira Dayel in The Ramp Gallery, September 7–October 1, 2016
- A Promise Not to Forget: Día de los Muertos 2016 Exhibition Unveiling, October 7
- The News hosted by Mia Satya: Trans Future Legends!, October 4, 2016
- A Promise Not to Forget: Día de los Muertos 2016 Interactive Drawing Circle, October 21, 7–9:30 pm
- A Promise Not to Forget: Día de Los Muertos 2016 Exhibition Closing Event, November 5, 6–9 pm
Our versatile space—including 3 classrooms, a 99-seat theater, exhibition space and capacity up to 1,000—is available to rent for theatrical productions, benefits, social and cultural events. Street fairs, festivals and outdoor events can rent ADA-compliant staging, lifts, PA systems, tents and scaffolding. SOMArts also offers fiscal sponsorship and free professional development.
Whether you can offer a one time or recurring gift, or share your time and skills by volunteering, you can have a lasting impact on the people and programs who come together to create this valuable community resource. Get involved and ensure that SOMArts continues as a vital home for art, cultural learning and connectivity.