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Project Proposals

We are always looking to work with new artists, curators and organisations at The NewBridge Project. If you have an idea for a show, artwork, event or project that you would like NewBridge to host or be involved with please get in touch and tell us about it.

If you are interested in working with us, or to submit a project proposal, please email us a brief outline of your idea and how you would like NewBridge to support it, along with any relevant images or links to: admin@thenewbridgeproject.com 

Your proposal will then be forwarded to the most appropriate member of staff, following which we will consider how the proposal aligns with the aims of The NewBridge Project and our current programme of work, and get back in touch to feedback or arrange a time to have a follow up conversation.

Please note:

  • We normally have our gallery programme booked 6 months – 1 year in advance.
  • We will consider proposals at relevant programme meetings. So while we will get back to you straight away to let you know your proposal is being considered, it may be longer before we can give you a definitive answer.

About NewBridge's Programme

The NewBridge Project gallery space supports the production and presentation of new artwork through an artist-led programme of commissions, exhibitions, screenings, performances and events. We encourage artists and curators to make-work on their own terms, supporting ambitious and pioneering work at a grassroots level.

We provide opportunities for regional and national early-career artists at key points in their artistic development. We work with regional, national and international established and mid-career artists to enable them to experiment outside traditional institutions and create platforms where artists at any stage of their career can exhibit alongside one another, cultivating an environment of experimentation, exchange and collaboration.

Our artist-led programme is delivered in consultation with our members, we work with a rolling committee of NewBridge artists and curators to produce a critically engaged and diverse programme responsive to the social, political and civic environment within which it exists.