Our next call for submissions, presented by the 4th Floor Gallery at the Utah State Capitol, is a call for exhibition proposals. It will be open from November 29 – January 3, 2022.

To learn more about us visit: artsandmuseums.utah.gov

The Capitol's 4th Floor Gallery is interested in exhibition proposals that feature Utah's landscapes, architecture, or its history and heritage. Proposed exhibits should celebrate or honor a theme in a respectful non-subjective or political manner, with content suitable for Utah State Capitol visitors. Please review complete guidelines before submitting your application: Click here for complete guidelines.

We welcome proposals from Utah artists, arts organizations, and independent curators. Must be age 18 and over. Proposals may include solo exhibitions, small group shows, or curated exhibits. All work must be original. There is no fee for entry. 

The Capitol Preservation Board and the Visual Arts Committee will review and select proposals for the gallery. Quality, completion, and clarity of the proposal as well as media, reach, and content submitted will all be considered. Exhibition proposals must be unique and specific for the Utah State Capitol 4th Floor Gallery. The Capitol Preservation Board reserves the right to make final decisions on which works will be placed on exhibition.

The following exhibition slots are available for this submission period:

April 22 – September 29, 2022

October 3, 2022 – January 6, 2023   

For more information about our program visit: visualarts.utah.gov 

IMPORTANT INFO ON SUBMITTING: Please add submittable.com to your safe-sender list to ensure you receive a response to your proposal. You should receive a confirmation email after submitting your application. Responses can be expected via email by January 21, 2022. Please call our office if you have questions about how to submit your proposal. 801.245.7272.   

Click SUBMIT below to proceed to submit your application. Upon completion of your application, you will be redirected to our website, where you can find info on funding, exhibitions, opportunities, and more.

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