We are thrilled to announce the next call for proposals for the major 2024 & 2025 exhibitions at Two Temple Place.
We welcome creative and ambitious pitches for two important exhibition slots, January-April 2024 and 2025.
We’re looking for creatively thought-through exhibition ideas that address our three guiding principles: we showcase regional public collections; we provide unique development opportunities to curate in our eccentric building; and we engage, surprise and provoke visitors. We encourage themes that haven’t been celebrated in other exhibitions, from artists, communities and geographies that are under-represented, or that highlight untold histories. And we expect to work imaginatively and collaboratively with you to make our next exhibitions happen.
Exhibitions at Two Temple Place are designed to engage as widely as possible, so they’re accompanied by talks, workshops, participatory activities, an acclaimed schools’ programme. They generate substantial press and industry interest, and they’re impeccably presented in our eccentric and demanding building.
Is this you? We want to be surprised and excited, and we want you to be thinking about how this work will engage and inspire visitors. Find out more HERE or speak to, Head of Exhibitions, Rebecca Hone on 020 7836 3715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘It was extremely helpful for us to come together as Cambridge Museums, a new group working together… this project helped us see what is possible’
Andrew Nairne, Director, Kettle's Yard
‘Sussex Modernism had an enormous impact for the De La Warr Pavilion. We used it to work with Sussex partners with whom we had wanted to collaborate for some time but hadn’t known how. Through this exhibition we were able to work together and evolve into a network.’
Sally Ann Lycett, Head of External Relations, De La Warr Pavilion
‘Working on Amongst Heroes has been a truly magnificent experience, providing an invaluable and totally unique learning environment for me. To have the foresight to employ aspiring curators, and have confidence and faith in their abilities, is both rare and wonderful.’
Dr. Roo Gunzi, Curator Amongst Heroes, 2013