The Grunwald Gallery of Art Open Call

Blurring the Lines: Art at the Intersection of Human and Artificial Creativity
Grunwald Gallery of Art, Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University—Bloomington, IN, USA

International Call for Entries

Application Deadline: May 10, 2024
Installation Dates: August 5–23, 2024
Exhibition Dates: September 6–November 16, 2024

The Grunwald Gallery of Art invites submissions for an open call for artworks utilizing AI (artificial intelligence) to explore new processes and forms of creativity. Artworks should push the boundaries of what is possible in art, technically and conceptually. 

This exhibit assumes an expansive view of art—some may be as much about science and computing as they are about aesthetics and experience. The goal is to showcase a variety of perspectives and unique strategies for augmenting creative practices that engage with data in unlikely and unpredictable ways.

All mediums will be considered, including evolving generative works, interactive installations and traditional art forms.


  • Must be 18 years or older to apply.
  • All mediums will be considered. Selected artwork must be ready to install by the time of installation. If submitting an installation piece, artist may be requested to be available for installation. The gallery reserves the right to refuse work that arrives incomplete (not ready for installation) or that is not representative of the work submitted in the proposal. 

To apply:

For consideration, please submit the following items on Slideroom no later than midnight EST on May 10, 2024. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

  • Submit up to 4 media items including images, video, audio, PDF, 3D models via Sketchfab or website links.
  • Résumé or CV, as a PDF
  • Project Abstract, as a PDF, Up to 500 Words, should address the following:
    • Relevance to the theme
    • Installation/Presentation Considerations and/or logistics
    • Description of artwork including size and list of materials

Important dates

May 10, 2024: Deadline for submissions
June 1, 2024: Notify artists via email
July 31, 2024: Artworks received by gallery
August 5–23, 2024: Installation
September 6–November 16, 2024: Exhibition dates
September 6, 2024: Opening reception
November 18–20, 2024: Deinstall/return artworks

About the Grunwald Gallery

The Grunwald Gallery of Art presents contemporary works by both professional and student artists in a special exhibition format. Exhibits incorporate art from a variety of contemporary genres and approaches and can be experimental or traditional. The Gallery is conceived as a visual art laboratory with artists participating in the installation of their works and interaction with students and the public is encouraged. The Gallery hosts many exhibits annually of students from the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, focusing on work by advanced undergraduate, B.F.A. and M.F.A. students. The Grunwald Gallery frequently collaborates with artists, scientists, and scholars to produce exhibits that interpret visual art in a broader scientific or humanities context.

Banner image from “[Re]Imagining Science” exhibit, 2016, “Light Harvest” by Jiangmei Wu, Susanne Ressl, and Kyle Overton.
Photo by Kevin O. Mooney.

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