Exhibit, host, volunteer …
Click below to sign up and participate as a host, as an artist or as a volunteer:
Hosts provide space and opportunity for artists or groups of artists to exhibit their work. Host locations vary but typically have been front yards, porches or gardens that are visible from the street or sidewalk. Host locations have also included street facing balconies and windows, side lots, video projections on buildings and many more. For more information click here: Terrain FAQs.
Artists or groups of artists have produced public art installations, performances, interventions, sculptures, video and many more forms for the Terrain Biennial. We are seeking high quality imaginative projects that will be exhibited for the duration of the Biennial. Projects need to withstand the elements and be safely installed. For more information click here: Terrain FAQs.
Terrain Exhibitions is staffed entirely by volunteers for whom the project is a labor of love. Working on the Terrain Biennial is a great opportunity to see public art in action and to make a difference in our communities. We need volunteers to help with all aspects of the Terrain Biennial, from working with hosts and artists to produce the projects, to designing print materials for the events, working the public events and documenting projects. For more information check out our: Terrain FAQs
How to Terrain
We are developing a tool kit for Terrain hosts and artists alike. In the meantime please read our page “How to Terrain” a guide we have produced based on Sabina’s philosophy of Terrain: How to Terrain
Call for volunteers
Calling artists, designers, photographers, writers, curators, fundraisers, event production professionals, cooks, poets, filmmakers and more! We are actively recruiting volunteers to help with all aspects of our programming.
Terrain Exhibitions is looking for volunteers for support, so please consider donating some of your time and expertise. Click here to volunteer.