36 | Open Call | 2023

36 are now seeking proposals for our 2023 programme.

Stickerbook - Matt Antoniak and Phil Franklin

This year’s programme will allow for 7 exhibitions to take place from May 2023 – February 2024. This opportunity is open to  artists, makers, curators and studio members. Any art form is welcome.  

  • Exhibitions will run for a maximum of two weeks, with up to one week installation in advance. 
  • 36 Gallery will publicise the programme via its website and e-marketing platforms. 
  • Exhibitors are able to arrange a preview for their exhibition, in consultation with 36 Gallery. 
  • Artists and curators are also responsible for invigilating their own shows – each show must be open to the public for a minimum of one weekend (12am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday). 
  • 36 Gallery has no direct funding, therefore artists and curators are expected to fund their own shows. 
  • Artists must note that 36 Gallery cannot insure any work while it is in the Gallery. 
  • Exhibitors must return the space to its original condition after finishing exhibitions. 

There are 8 ‘slots’ available for the exhibitions which can be: May / June, June / July, July / Aug, Sept / Oct, Oct / Nov, Nov / Dec, Dec / Jan, Jan / Feb, Feb / Mar

Applicants are asked to state a date preference within their application. 

Proposals can be submitted by email only. Applicants should send 6 relevant of recent work (72dpi JPEG), a C.V., an outline of intention for the space (including preferred dates), and a link to website or online portfolio if available to: gallery@36limestreet.co.uk
The deadline is midnight on Friday 31st March 2023. 

If you have any further enquiries, please email us at gallery@36limestreet.co.uk

Walls | Rosie Morris Top image: Stickerbook – Matt Antoniak and Phil Franklin



The former 36 Lime Street Gallery was established in 2009 as an artist run space to provide a platform for emerging and established artists to experiment and take risks with new work. Selected by committee from an open call, 7 proposals are selected and exhibited throughout the year.

The gallery space will continue to provide a platform as 36.