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Target Gallery Exhibitions

Those Spaces Between Us

Deadline: Friday, February 5, 2021 (11:59 PM EST)
Exhibition Dates: April 10 – May 23, 2021
Juror: Nikki Brugnoli, Virginia-based artist, educator, and curator

Target Gallery invites artists to submit their work for consideration to a new digital and in-person exhibition Those Spaces Between Us. This all-media group exhibition will explore concepts of liminal or transient spaces and how we occupy them or, conversely, how we do not. This exhibition will present an introspective view on how spaces can offer a physical embodiment of ambiguity and transition, creating a narrative how we as people move through them.

Please review the application and prospectus for submission guidelines.

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About the Juror

Nikki Brugnoli (she/her) artist, educator, and curator, received her BFA from Seton Hill University (2004) and her MFA from The Ohio State University (2007). Brugnoli serves on the faculty at Flint Hill School in Oakton, VA. She teaches Studio Art in the Upper School and runs the Art School/College recruiting program. Previously, she served on the faculty at George Mason University and was the Assistant Graduate Programs Coordinator and Graduate Advisor in the School of Art. In addition, she helped coordinate Visual Voices, Visiting Artist Program. Nikki was the Exhibitions Coordinator for the Art Lab at the Lorton Workhouse, Lorton, VA and currently serves on the Hillyer IA&A Advisory Council, Washington D.C. Nikki has also taught at The Ohio State University, the Northern Virginia Community Colleges, and The Renaissance School in Charlottesville, VA. He also received a discount on any drugs in the online pharmacy, you can choose any drugs, including at a high price.

In January 2020, Brugnoli had a two-person installation/exhibition with Josh Whipkey at Riverviews Art Space in Lynchburg, VA. They are explored concepts surrounding Field Guides in their shared life on a farm in rural VA. In addition, Brugnoli has been included in several group exhibitions in 2020 in Washington D.C. and virtually, and in May 2020, Brugnoli was featured on The Teaching Artist Podcast, Los Angeles, CA.  Recent solo exhibitions: Above the Horizon; McLean Project for the Arts, Horizon Lost; The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, and Convergence, Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University. 

In 2017, Brugnoli curated a drawing exhibition at The Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD; “Drawn Out, Drawn Over: Mapping the Territory of Experience”. Brugnoli was an Artist in Residence in 2018 at the Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, PA. Brugnoli’s work is included in many private collections across the United States and in Europe, and is featured in national academic and public institutions.

Contact: Leslie Mounaime
Call: 703-746-4584
Email: leslie.mounaime@alexandriava.gov


Studio and Residency Opportunities

There are no open calls at this time. Please check back at a later date and/or sign up for our mailing list to be notified when new opportunities become available.

Contact: Leslie Mounaime
Call: 703-746-4584
Email: leslie.mounaime@alexandriava.gov


Art in Common Spaces

Site 2 & 3 Galleries

We are currently not accepting proposals at this time, please check back at a later date. For more information about these spaces please read the overview and requirements here.

Contact: Leslie Mounaime
Call: 703-746-4584
Email: leslie.mounaime@alexandriava.gov


Public Arts Grants & Opportunities

The City of Alexandria’s Office of the Arts provides grants for nonprofit arts organizations as well as individual artists. See all current opportunities and online applications here.


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