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Category Archives: Project Updates
Subterranean Gallery is now seeking exhibition proposals for an ongoing series of digital exhibitions starting this fall/winter.
Our goal is to curate exhibitions by pairing local KC metro area artists working in or relation “the digital” with other local & national artists. We are specifically interested in artists who utilize some form of digital technologies in their practices to create meaningful conversations for an audience in the gallery and/or online.
Subterranean Gallery has always provided an intimate space for curating conversations.We want to take these discussions beyond the gallery walls and be a catalyst for artists who will benefit from expanding the digital presence of their practice and ideas.
By collaborating with our new digital exhibitions manager, Kevin Heckart, we can utilize a wide variety of av equipment and digital presentation tools. For the physical exhibition space at Subterranean Gallery, we have 1 vga projector, several 15″ monitors and a wall-mountable iPad for displaying work. Our digital exhibition space is limitless, allowing for digitally native works to be displayed seamlessly in a fully interactive version of our gallery space.
Whether you are an artist native to a digital practice, an artist looking to incorporate more digital technologies into the display of your work, or an artist interested in only the ideas surrounding new media/digital/ net art etc. please do apply. We are interested in how collaboration can help further inform our curatorial practices.
Please send proposals with images or links to your work and a CV to Melaney Mitchell at email@example.com with the subject “DIGITAL @ SUB” before midnight August 31st 2014
If you have additional questions, feel free to ask in a separate email or in the comments.
We look forward to reading your proposals!
This Sunday May 18th from 1-3 PM at Subterranean Gallery, HOME // SPACE Artist R. Shrum and Subterranean Gallery Director Melaney Mitchell will host a conversation about What Makes Contemporary Space.
We will consider the work in the exhibition, and how it relates to the way in which we perceive contemporary space.
Things to consider:
How do we make a space our own? What makes a place feel like a home? What makes a place seem “lived in”? How does the space of the home compare and contrast with our online space? What stories to the objects in our homes hold? What kind of objects do we accumulate to build a home?
Join us! This workshop is free and light refreshments will be provided.
Another HOME // SPACE program to keep on your radar is next Sunday May 25th from 12-2 PM, we will be hosting an ART BRUNCH where we will discuss the topic of Gender and Identity in the Home. Seating is limited and brunch will be served complete with food and drink.
Please RSVP to ART BRUNCH as seating is limited by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you at one of these two events. These are both great opportunities to see the exhibition if you have not yet already. To schedule an appointment for another day email Melaney at email@example.com
The opening reception for HOME // SPACE was booming on Friday night. A big thank you for everyone who made it to the opening! Ryan Shrum’s work looked fantastic in the space and were really excited for the programs we have coming up in tandem with it.
If you couldn’t come to the exhibition last night, schedule an appointment before May 30th by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Subterranean Followers! My first move as New Director is applying for the DISCRIT // 89 PLUS Rebaudengo Serpentine Grant 2013. The prize is a little over $20,000 and would help me make a lot of things possible.
There are two grants being awarded, one by a jury and the other by popular vote. I would use this grant to help keep SUB running, completely revamp our web presence, and make it so that the artists I collaborate with can use the funding to make outstanding exhibitions.
$20,000 is quite a lot of money, so I plan for it to get used in other places. You may or may not know, while taking over Subterranean I am also working on a blog for the Kansas City art scene called Informality. I would like to make a blog similar to Bad at Sports and Hyperallergic to showcase the work and dialogue of Kansas City’s artists, writers, and thinkers. I want be able to PAY all contributors and editors for the work they do. I want to make sure we value the time and effort of contributors as it is going to expand the reach of our community.
Right now, I absolutely cannot afford to make these two projects happen on my own.
I want to be able to put as much work as humanly possible into this blog and the programming efforts I am going to make at Subterranean Gallery this coming year.
VOTE SO THIS CAN BE POSSIBLE!
Its a pretty easy process, simply follow this link:
Click “Login to vote for this artist” and create a “save and fave profile” once you have registered, paste the link again in the address bar and click “vote for this artist”
Thank you in advance for your support and I look forward to continue working closely with this fantastic community.
Residential galleries and alternative spaces have a tendency to fizzle out quickly, sometimes only lasting one day. After three years of running Subterranean, I saw no reason to close it when I decided to move to New York City. I was lucky to have the obvious choice for a new director working in the gallery right next to me. I’ve appointed my friend and long time gallery assistant Melaney Mitchell to the position of Director. She moved into the gallery August 1st. and is overflowing with ideas for the space. I learned and was given so much from the KC arts community and I’m riding the NYC subway right now thinking about all of you.
With 8 custom exhibitions and 19 public events under our belt we are thrilled to move forward with this community! Thank you Kansas City artists and cultural workers for three wonderful years of support, hard work, and pure fun! Subterranean turns 3 today!