Diversity & Religion Exhibition

The Get the Trolls Out! project, led by the Media Diversity Institute, has been monitoring media in seven European countries, noticing an increasingly concerning distribution of antisemitic and Islamophobic visual and video media. Our planned exhibition, in collaboration with the University of Westminster in London, is an attempt to counter this hateful content by promoting human rights narratives about ‘Diversity & Religion’ in Europe. 

Artists are encouraged to submit artworks related to the theme of Diversity & Religion in Europe. The detailed submission requirements are listed below, under two categories, Visual Artworks and Video Artworks.

Call for Exhibition Proposals 2023-24


The BVU Art Gallery accepts submissions for exhibitions from emerging and established artists in all media.   Proposals will be juried by the director and gallery committee.   Exhibitions have typically run for 5 weeks, but a range between 3 - 8 weeks in duration is possible.  

Exhibition Proposal should address the following:

1. A general explanation your proposed exhibition.  May include:   

2. Gallery is open during the academic year, from August to May.  Please specify your preference, if any, for which semester (autumn or spring) you would like to exhibit.   

3.  Does your proposal require any special installation needs or equipment?  

4.  A curriculum vitae or artist resumé.

The Untitled Space x The Untitled Magazine “REBEL” Issue +  Exhibition

The Untitled Magazine x The Untitled Space 
The “REBEL” Issue and Exhibition 
// September 2022
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2022

Are you a Modern Rebel, A Cultural Game Changer? An Art Activist? Perhaps even an Art Revolutionary? Do you create artwork that challenges the status quo? Is your work subversive or purposefully unconventional? 

The "REBEL" Issue and Exhibition will celebrate modern rebels and creative game-changers that are inspiring positive change and progression with their artwork. 

The Untitled Space is pleased to announce our 2nd annual open call partnership with The Untitled Magazine for the “REBEL” Issue and Exhibition. 

the poetics: online art platform

This is a open call to be part of a new online viewing platform. It won’t be a gallery in a traditional sense but one that showcases artist from where they are located in the world. It’s hopefully going to be a fun interactive site where people can discover hidden gems! 

No theme to start with just an open call, we are looking for 3D and 2D artwork, unfortunately at this time we can not take any moving images but we can accept a still of a moving image which we can connect with a link.

To submit 

- up to 5 high resolution images of your work 
- medium, dimensions, title 
- your website/Instagram @ 

 Thank you in advance for you submissions weI look forward to showcasing your work on our platform!

Exposures: Photography '21

Fine art photographers express their ideas, emotions and messages in their artistic creations. We are amazed by the images made by area photographers, and we are  looking forward to seeing what they might enter for this show. 

This year 's juror is Jenny Risher, a CCS graduate and teacher. She will select the pieces to be included in the show based on the online entry images. 

The awards will be based on the accepted artwork after it is hung in the gallery. Awards will include Best of Show ($150), 2nd place ($100) and 3rd place ($75), plus honorable mentions.


Key Dates:

Feb 8 - March 7, 2021: Online Call for Entry

March 14, 2021:  Notification of acceptance/decline

March 25-27: Drop off accepted artwork (during gallery hours)

Issue 1

For our first issue, we will be looking for rich, atmospheric fiction, non-fiction, poetry and visual artwork about the sea which will captivate our readers’ imagination. Possible themes include, but are not limited to:

  • Sea creatures, mythology and weird tales
  • Storms and shipwrecks
  • Dangers of the deep
  • Voyages of discovery
  • The call of the sea
  • Surprising and forgotten history

We are looking for photography, illustrations and drawings of high artistic standards which are in keeping with our style and compliment the literary side, so please read our requirements for both.

You may submit no more than three images at once. We cannot guarantee all will be used if successful.


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