Oxford Brookes University art gallery, the Glass Tank, first opened its doors in 2012 as part of the redevelopment project Space to Think. Since then the gallery has hosted a range of exhibitions showcasing work intended to disseminate the university's research, shed light on conceptual art, transfer ideas about the abstract and propose questions to the public.
The Glass Tank is now accepting exhibition proposals for the 2019/2020 academic year. The Glass Tank looks to continue developing exhibitions and working with artists to achieve shows which encourage visitors to engage with art and research.
For the coming year, we will focus our efforts on a collection of high quality exhibitions which demonstrate outreach potential. Therefore, we encourage potential exhibitors to specify how they may use the opportunity to engage with a wider audience such as by hosting a talk, workshop or creative use of an online platform. While we encourage students, staff, alumni of Oxford Brookes University to apply, we also welcome proposals from external artists to allow the Glass Tank to continue being an inclusive space.
To find out more, please read the 'Call for Proposals - Information and Guidelines' document on the Glass Tank website, along with the full terms and conditions attached to the proposals form. You can find and download these documents here: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/public-art/gla...
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.