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March 2020

WILD Exhibition Closes

March 14
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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WILD, a national juried exhibition, features the work of twenty-eight artists who explore human existence with nature in a time of planetary change. WILD is juried by Jane Winchell, the director of Peabody Essex Museum’s Dotty Brown Art & Nature Center. On View: February 20–March 14, 2020 Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Saturday, 1–7 PM Reception: Friday, February 28, 7–9 PM

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April 2020

Touchy Feely: Submission Deadline

April 10
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Call for art! To remind us of the community we have, and will one day see again, Gallery 263 invites Massachusetts-based artists and students to submit artwork for an online showcase titled Touchy Feely. In Touchy Feely, our website will host a digital exhibition where artists can share their latest work and support the belief that, even as we are sequestered, a thriving art community still stands strong. Submission to this call is free! Deadline to Apply: April 10, 2020…

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May 2020

EMERGE 2020: Call for Art Deadline

May 30
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 invites students completing fine art degrees (BA in Studio Art, BFA, MA in Studio Art, MFA, and MAT) from New England colleges and universities to submit their artwork to EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England, a juried digital exhibition hosted on Gallery 263’s website. EMERGE 2020 celebrates artistic innovation and thoughtful production from art students graduating or expected to graduate during this unprecedented time. Deadline to Apply: Sunday, May 30, 2020 Entry Fee: No submission…

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June 2020

EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England Opens

June 11
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is pleased to announce EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England, a regional juried exhibition. This online show features the work of twenty artists who are graduating or expected to graduate from a New England-based fine arts program during this unprecedented time. Celebrating artistic innovation and thoughtful production, this exhibition features a range of media, including video, sound, painting, sculpture, and photography. This show was juried by the staff and board of Gallery 263. View the…

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July 2020

EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England Closes

July 11
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is pleased to announce EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England, a regional juried exhibition. This online show features the work of twenty artists who are graduating or expected to graduate from a New England-based fine arts program during this unprecedented time. Celebrating artistic innovation and thoughtful production, this exhibition features a range of media, including video, sound, painting, sculpture, and photography. This show was juried by the staff and board of Gallery 263. View the…

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September 2020

Fact vs. Fiction Call for Art Submission Deadline

September 1
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 invites artists to submit work that considers truth and fabrication for our upcoming national exhibition, Fact vs. Fiction. This show is juried by Sam Adams, a Koch Curatorial Fellow at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Any 2D, 3D, and time-based work will be considered. This call is open to all US residents. Deadline: September 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM Submit now>>

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9th Annual Members’ Exhibition Opens

September 17
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is pleased to reopen to the public on Thursday, September 17 with our 9th Annual Members’ Exhibition. As we celebrate nine years of our Artist Membership Program, we would like to recognize the talented artists we have had the honor of representing. Gallery 263 is grateful for this opportunity to provide exposure and support for emerging and established artists. Our Artist Members’ work represents a rich variety of mediums, styles, and content, all of which will be on…

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October 2020

The Eye’s Mind Exhibition Opens

October 22
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is thrilled to announce The Eye’s Mind, the first-ever solo exhibition by Drew Pate. This show is part of Gallery 263’s Exhibition Proposal Series, a program in which exhibitions are selected by a competitive jurying process. In The Eye’s Mind, the artist invites the viewer to consider the phrase “to see with the mind’s eye.” Does the metaphysical eye in this expression conjure images and speak them to the artist’s eye, or is it the other way around?…

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November 2020

Submission Deadline: Call for Exhibition Proposals

November 1
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Pitch an exhibition for winter 2021 at Gallery 263 and bring your vision to life. Organize and present a well-curated exhibition of contemporary art from start to finish, with guidance and support from Gallery 263 staff. Open to New England artists of all media types and career levels. Deadline: November 1, 2020 Exhibition Dates: January 14–February 13, 2021 Apply online>>

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The Eye’s Mind Exhibition Closes

November 21
Gallery 263, 263 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA United States
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Gallery 263 is thrilled to announce The Eye’s Mind, the first-ever solo exhibition by Drew Pate. This show is part of Gallery 263’s Exhibition Proposal Series, a program in which exhibitions are selected by a competitive jurying process. In The Eye’s Mind, the artist invites the viewer to consider the phrase “to see with the mind’s eye.” Does the metaphysical eye in this expression conjure images and speak them to the artist’s eye, or is it the other way around?…

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