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Guidelines for Exhibition Proposals

The combined mission of the Kadema Hall Galleries is to serve teaching and learning at Sacramento State by providing a public venue for exhibitions related to all aspects of art and visual culture. The exhibitions and events address the needs of art students in all three areas of study: Studio Art, Art Education and Art History. Exhibitions may be monographic, collaborative, thematic, historical, local, international, experimental, traditional, “high” and “low.” The intended audience is Department of Art faculty, students and staff; the Sacramento State community of students, faculty and staff; and the Sacramento community at large. These inter-related communities are served through an ever-changing and dynamic series of exhibits that foster the multi-cultural and egalitarian values of the University.

The R.W. Witt Gallery in Kadema Hall books student-run exhibits that rotate each week during the academic year. These exhibits are based on applications submitted in response to the call for exhibition proposals each spring semester. Solo, group, and curated exhibitions are welcome from students and faculty.  Faculty also may propose exhibitions of art by students from regional high schools and colleges.

R.W. Witt Gallery exhibitors are responsible for funding, publicizing, installing, and de-installing their shows. In most cases, they also must provide gallery attendants during the hours the gallery is open to the public.

Refer to the Witt Exhibition Guide Packet for promoting and installing your show. Download the Guide by clicking here.

Use the following MS Word template to use in creating your show postcard (this MUST be approved by the department and University; refer to the Witt Exhibition Guide for instructions on how to submit): Template_RWWittGallery_PC_FA2017_R.dotx

Please contact the art office if you have any questions regarding preparing postcard announcements. Phone: 916.278.6166.

R.W. Witt Gallery Proposal 
For consideration, fill out the Witt Gallery Exhibition Application form. Per the instructions on the top of the form, fill it out completely and then send it by e-mail to the faculty member sponsoring your show. The faculty sponsor will review the proposal and then send it to the Art Department's Gallery Committee for consideration. The application deadline is Friday, April 13, 2018.

The Gallery Committee will meet during the final weeks of the spring semester to review all proposals. Acceptance emails will be sent out by May 18.