Saturday, November 16, 2013


Solo(s) Project House is my local gallery and by all means is my second home. With many opportunities for artists to grow they are releasing their call for their 2014 residency program. If you would like to be a part of this growing space please read all the details below.

Solo(s) Project House is a space dedicated to showcasing and elevating creative individuals and or groups that can produce a unified exhibit. Exhibitions focus on the individual and or collective and their strength to utilize a raw space and subsequently to produce a strong “solo” show. Each exhibition is referred to as a “project”, since the entire exhibit is constructed, documented and ultimately exhibited in the SPH main gallery. The duration of each project is approximately 6 weeks, with a week to install and a week to breakdown. Each project will open with a reception and close with an artist talk.

NEW: All SPH 2014 selected Solo(s) will be matched with a Manhattan solo exhibition at sister space, S & J Project(s) located at 191 Henry St. New York, NY. 

A carefully selected jury will choose applicants.

- ARTIST & POET Daniel Patrick Helmstetter



ARTIST Nick Kline

Meet the jury by clicking HERE.

Choose a Time Slot
1) Spring Exhibition, April 2014  – June 2014
2) Summer Residency, 2 months of FREE Studio Space in July & August + Sept. Exhibition (**Accommodates TWO artists**)
3) Fall Exhibition in conjunction with NAC Annual Open Doors Tour, October 2014 – Dec 2014
4) Winter Exhibition, December 2014  – Feb 2015
Applicants must submit the following items by Friday, December 20, 2013 to Please write: “2014 CALL” in the subject line and indicate which exhibition you are submitting for. (Please limit to 1)
The Following Items:
(1) Contact Information
(2) Artist CV
(3) Statement about Proposed Project
(4) 3 — 5 Images of Past Work
Download Call As A PDF HERE.
All submissions must include a $35.00 processing fee. Payments can be submitted through paypal, by check or credit card. Click HERE for paypal.

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