Call for Proposals – Dynamic • Culturally Diverse • Community Inspiring and Engaging

We seek proposals that will engage and inspire our community!

The NoBo Art District invites NoBo member artists and arts organizations to submit proposals for individual and group shows of any and all visual art mediums to exhibit in the Gallery at The Bus Stop Apartments in 2021. Future shows will be selected based on the potential impact to the community, as well as the potential to include artists that have been under-represented in the current art market. 

Please submit your proposal along with 5-7 images of your work (in small jpg format 3-400 kb). Include dimensions and medium along with an artist statement. 

Submissions by email only: NoBoArtCalls@gmail.com

There is no entry fee to submit to this Call. NoBo Membership is Required. 

To join NoBo: noboartdistrict.org/membership

Deadline: Rolling Submissions

There will be a 30% commission for any work sold. 

The Gallery: Sitting on the old Bustop landmark at 4895 Broadway, our brand-new gallery is the perfect location to showcase contemporary visual, performing, and classic art. The retractable, modern glass garage doors present a perfect opportunity for safe, physically distanced art viewing for exhibits, live performances and other indoor/outdoor small group events.

Gallery Mission: To provide equitable access and opportunities to artists and community members to exhibit, curate and create events in a highly visible and premier gallery space in the NoBo Art District. By partnering with businesses and other arts organizations we hope to create diverse and robust arts programming that attracts more visitors and foot traffic to the NoBo Art District and North Boulder businesses. This Gallery space is made possible through the generosity and in kind support from Thistle Communities

COVID 19: We intend to curate and host exhibits in the Gallery spaces that follow Health Department COVID 19 safety protocols and will therefore remain flexible to respond to changing health situations in our community. This may mean opening by appointment only at times.

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