Art Exhibition Proposals
Create a first-class pitch
Need help writing your exhibition proposal?
You’re ready to exhibit your art. An exhibition is an uplifting step forward for any artist and a great way to mark the completion of a body of work.
Larger galleries often invite artists to exhibit but that’s just one approach. Today’s exhibition spaces come in a mixed bag from coffee shops, music venues, artist-run spaces to offices and community services.
When you’re pitching to one of these spaces, you’ll need an art exhibition proposal that showcases you and your art – making it impossible for people to refuse.
Your art exhibition proposal should…
- Bring your work to life
- Showcase your artistic vision
- Highlight the story and impact of your work
- Be customised to the venue
- Follow their guidelines, and
- Provide all the info they need for installation
It can make it feel formal and intimidating. But don’t be put off!
I can help.
Wow them with a first-class exhibition proposal
How it works
You complete my Questionnaire, so I can get to know you, and your art, inside out.
We’ll clarify all the details via Zoom, then I’ll get writing.
- Tailored cover letter (if required)
- Exhibition concept
- Artist Statement
- Description of the body of works
- Installation specs, requirements and shipping information
- Exclusive Trello board to track project and deliverables
- 30 minute kick off meeting to clarify any questions I have about the brief
- Skeleton draft, First draft and two rounds of amends
- Proofreading at an additional cost
Send me the links to your website and anything about the series of work you wish to exhibit or enter as part of an event.
I was looking for a copywriter who understood my needs as an artist, for both personal statements and SEO marketing copy. Thankfully I found Ali who exceeded my expectations and produced just what I needed, saving me so much time.
Ali creates strong visuals with her words and teaches us how to understand objects and topics far beyond what we can see and touch. She takes a personal approach to her subjects, getting out of her office and attending events, engaging with the work and building relationships with clients.
Want an exhibition proposal no-one can refuse?
I acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of Australia. I pay my respects to the Elders past and present as the traditional Custodians of the lands and waters.
I acknowledge their living culture and their traditional art forms. I recognise that the land where I live, learn and work is Yugerra land and sovereignty was never ceded. I’m committed to building and sustaining respect and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.