ABOUT THE PROJECT ROOM
A project space was created by the original studio committee as a way for outsiders to view their work. Since holding the first show in 1997, Glasgow Project Room has maintained a commitment to the studios which support it, while also widening its audience to host exhibitions and events by artists working in Glasgow and other parts of the world.
We’re now based on the first floor of the Trongate 103 centre. The space is used by artists to make and show work outside of the publicly funded, more established and larger venues of the city - resulting in a diverse and experimental programme.
SUBMIT A PROPOSAL
Proposals are considered and programmed twice a year by the committee but we try to keep a few gaps to allow flexibility and response to new material. Exhibitions mostly run for one week only, with one week installation in advance.
The Project Room has no direct funding, therefore artists and curators are expected to fund their own shows.
Artists and curators are also responsible for invigilating their own exhibitions and returning the space to its original condition after finishing projects.
To submit a proposal: send documentation of previous work, a C.V. and an outline of your intention for the space to The Committee, Fourth Floor, 103 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5HD or email us. Please contact us or check social media for upcoming deadlines.