Seed Space is a lab for site-specific installation, sculpture, and performance-based art in Nashville. We support our program in three specific ways. We bring in nationally recognized art critics to write our exhibition essays. We host regularly scheduled public talks. We facilitate meetings among artists, critics and curators. Through these means we aim to foster an exchange between a growing network of local and national artistic communities, which we believe is one of the best ways to support the careers of emerging artists. Located within a 100-year-old hosiery mill in South Nashville, Seed Space is the programmatic arm of NCAP, the Nashville Cultural Arts Project, and is made possible with grants from the Tennessee Arts Commission and the Metro Nashville Arts Commission.
Read more about us on our Press page.
Who we are:
Adrienne Outlaw, Founder and Director
Rachel Bubis, Curator
Andri Alexandrou, Intern
Mariel Bolton, Intern
Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. or call (615) 310-6533 for appointment. We are currently closed for installation until May 10th.
Artist/Curator Proposal Information:
We are now accepting proposals for 2014. Please send a short bio, resume, proposal, and image by November 2013. Applications are not considered complete without the submission fee.
Seed Space is an 8’x 11’ gallery located within an artist studio in a very old building, therefore we welcome you to manipulate the space in whatever means necessary to promote your vision. We do not accept applications by mail. We are happy to review past works via URLs. See Submissions for more information.
NOTE: Artists/curators must install work. Email email@example.com with questions. All submissions must accompany a $10 fee paid via PayPal.