College of Southern Nevada Art Galleries

Call for Exhibitions

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The College of Southern Nevada, Department of Fine Arts, Art & Art History Program is currently accepting exhibition proposals for its 2024 – 2025 Exhibition Season for the College’s Fine Arts Gallery and Artspace Gallery. Solo and group exhibitions of all media and genre will be considered. Exhibitions will be chosen by a gallery committee of fine art faculty members from submitted applications only.

Exhibitions are awarded based on criteria including relevance to CSN Art Galleries’ Mission, importance to CSN’s Art & Art History Program curriculum and overall artistic quality. Submissions are encouraged that speak to CSN’s diverse student population. The gallery committee will select either the Fine Arts or Artspace Gallery for each exhibition based on content, media, audience, and proposal. Artists / Curators / Groups / Organizations submitting applications will be notified approximately 1 month after the submission deadline. No application materials will be returned. Please submit your application as a single PDF file.


Deadline for Receipt of Materials: September 15, 2023

Please include as a single PDF file:

_____Cover Letter (Please describe the proposed exhibition. Site-Specific projects should include sketch/drawing. Please indicate if you would consider being included in a group exhibition.)
_____Digital Portfolio (to include not more than 20 images or a single link to a maximum 5-minute video of current artwork representative of work proposed for this exhibition. Include artwork title, medium, size and year).

_____Current Resume / CV

_____Current Artist Statement

_____Current Contact Information: telephone number, address, and e-mail.




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The mission of the CSN Art Galleries is educational. National and regional exhibitions that represent a broad range of viewpoints are actively sought and promoted. The galleries’ educational mission is realized through the sponsorship of a variety of exhibitions that provide the student population as well as the community at large with opportunities to interact with art and artists. Activities such as lectures and workshops provide forums that allow the audience to gain a greater understanding of the art they view and the motivations behind it. Exhibits are designed to offer exposure to various individual artistic methodologies, materials, media, genres, and techniques. The opportunity to view artworks in a gallery setting creates a forum, which allows the student and public to gain a greater understanding of the art they view and the motivations behind it.