Call for Submissions

Satellite Project Space  
Open Call for Window Installations

Satellite Project Space is seeking proposals from local artists and community organizations for window installations. Satellite Project Space is open to proposals from individual artists, artist collectives, and local organizations. Due to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are looking for projects that can be viewed from outside to accommodate any lockdown restrictions. Virtual programming to augment a physical installation is welcome.

Satellite’s gallery storefront consists of two glass doors flanked by window panels. On the west side of the doors, the window panel is 22.5” wide. On the east side of the doors, there is one window panel that is 22.5”, and one that is 30” wide. The height is 84”.

The spring 2021 programming season runs from May 31 – June 27, 2021. 

Exhibitor Responsibilities:
The user is responsible for any 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, a faculty supervisor is required.

To submit a proposal, please email the following documents as a single PDF file, with the subject “Spring 2021 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) 

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.