The ONCA Gallery runs quarterly exhibitions, each centred around current environmental themes. These exhibitions are tied to specific conservation projects. We hope to offer ideas and ways for both artist and viewer to think about our relationship with the changing world.
You can be involved in two ways:
1. We set a brief for each exhibition, and this brief is open to interpretation and exploration. If you are an artist, working in any media, interested in submitting to any of our projects, please get in touch.
2. If you have ideas about possible exhibitions (they must have an environmental theme and have the potential to link to conservation projects) we would welcome your input.
July – September 2013
We all make paths. Our lives carve seen and unseen routes through the landscape and these are a part of who we are. Animals do the same. This exhibition is about exploring the routes that exist all around us. Migratory, instinctive or idle, through air, land or water, moving forward or backward – where have they been, where do they go, and how shall they lead us?
‘Making Tracks’ is a collaborative exhibition in association with the Sussex Wildlife Trust, raising awareness and funds for local animal pathways.
Deadline for proposals: 1st May
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