Open Call for Summer 2022 Programming  

Satellite Project Space is seeking proposals from local artists and community organizations for summer 2022. Satellite Project Space is open to proposals from individual artists and artist collectives interested in organizing exhibitions, projects, and events, as well as local organizations interested in community engaged exhibitions and projects. Due to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, projects can consider both indoor and outdoor elements. Outdoor elements may include utilizing the windows and/or sidewalk areas in front of the gallery. Virtual programming to augment in-person programming is also encouraged.

Please note our current COVID-19 gallery protocols:
All visitors must wear a mask while in the space. No shared food or drinks are permitted.
In-person receptions and other events are permitted as long as these guidelines are followed. These guidelines are subject to change in accordance with local laws.

The summer 2022 programming season runs from July to August, 2022. 

Exhibitor Responsibilities:
For exhibitions, the following minimum opening hours must be observed: Wed-Fri 2pm-7pm, Sat 12pm-5pm. The user is allowed to extend the opening hours.
The gallery coordinator will gallery sit for 2 days per week (10 hours) of the exhibition. The user is responsible for organizing gallery sitters for the remaining hours. The gallery sitting schedule will be determined with the gallery coordinator.
The user is responsible for the cost of refurbishment after their exhibition and is required to leave the space in the same condition as they received it.
The user is responsible for acquiring any required tools or equipment and for installing and de-installing the work.
For student projects, we also require a faculty supervisor.


To submit a proposal, please email the following documents as a single PDF file, with the subject “Summer 2022 Submission,” to 

  • Project proposal (max 300 words) 
  • Personal information (name/s, address, website, email, and phone number) 
  • Individual artists/collectives: artist resume/s (max 2 pages) and artist statement/s (max 150 words) 
  • Organizations: brief description of the organization and its mandate (max 150 words) 
  • Three to five images of previous projects and/or proposed work (or links to online materials) 
  • Please rank your top two preferred dates:
    • July 4-10
    • July 11-17
    • July 18-24
    • July 25-31
    • August 1-7
    • August 8-14

Deadline: June 3, 2022, 11:59pm

Shannon Taylor-Jones
Gallery Coordinator 

SATELLiTE Project Space is a dynamic partnership between three significant London, Ontario, arts institutions: Fanshawe College, Museum London, and Western University. The mandate of SATELLiTE is to provide a flexible space for new and temporary projects, collaborations, and experiments in the arts and culture.