Online Form - Rocks Laneway Pop Up Gallery EOI

Rocks Laneway is an important destination for both residents and visitors alike, providing a tourist attraction and a space for our community to participate in events and share experiences.

As part of the City of  Greater Geraldton (CGG) City Revitalisation Plan and Rocks Laneway Redevelopment, the City is excited to present a pop-up gallery opportunity in the Rocks building. 

The City invites individual Midwest based artists, designers, inventors, makers, and crafters to submit a proposal to showcase their work in a public space. This opportunity is open to individual applicants of all ages and experience levels, as well as community groups or curators of group exhibitions.

The Pop-up Gallery will be available on a day-to-day basis with a maximum period of 7 continuous days.

Successful applicants will be responsible for installing and taking down their exhibitions and must follow appropriate occupational health and safety procedures. Exhibitors are responsible for always having a representative present during opening times, to deal with enquiries and ensure the safety of the work.

The City has no set budget for financial contributions to these exhibitions but will promote the exhibition through social media.

Applications must be submitted through the online application form two months before the preferable exhibition period.

Details of the pop up gallery:

Consisting of a ten metre tall brick wall surface with an art hanging system, and the adjacent ten by two metres of floorspace. There is no tailor-made exhibition shelving available, however there is access to trestle tables and chairs at the facility.



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Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions


1.Applicants must complete the online application form and confirm agreement with these terms and
2. Applications must be submitted two months before the intended exhibition date and is subject to approval by a panel. The decision of the panel is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
3. Applicants of each round will be notified by email by a representative of the CGG.
4. The City reserves the right at any time to disqualify any Applicants who the City reasonably believes has
breached any of the terms and conditions.

1. This exhibition opportunity is open to Applicants residing within the Midwest region.
2. This exhibition opportunity is open to Applicants of all experience levels.
3. This exhibition opportunity is open to individuals, groups and curators of group exhibitions.
4. There is no age limit on entering. For Applicants under 18 years of age a parent or guardian consent is

1. As part of the entry process, Applicants are required to provide the following:
a. A title and brief description of the proposed exhibition.
b. Mock-ups or sketches of the proposed artworks to be included in the exhibition.
2.Applicants may also upload an artist CV, if applicable.
3. All images entered must be the work of the Applicant and the images must not plagiarise the work of any other person.
4. The proposed artwork shall not be of a nature likely to cause offence and should not portray or depict material in a way which discriminates against or vilifies a person or section of the community on account of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, mental illness, or political belief.
5. The CGG has no time restrictions on when the artwork was created.

Applications will be assessed based on:
1. The exhibition description.
2. Artistic merit and innovation of the works proposed.
3. All artwork and imagery are to be G rated and to contain no offensive material.

1. The Applicant in submitting this application confirms it either has the relevant written approval from the owner or is itself the owner of the intellectual property/materials relating to the artworks. The Applicant shall indemnify the City against any claims relating to the artworks exhibited.

2. The costs to repair any damage to City assets as a result of the Applicant’s conduct are the Applicant’s responsibility.

3. The Applicant is responsible for transportation installation and taking down of artworks and shall ensure that any equipment used is fit for purpose and meet the required safety standard. The Applicant is responsible for their own and staff members’ compliance with City Work Health & Safety guidelines.

4. The Applicant is liable for their and their staff’s conduct and must maintain relevant property, public liability, and personal accident insurances.

5. The Applicant, in signing this agreement confirms it shall adhere to the City’s Code of Business Ethics as published to its website.

6. The Applicant is responsible for the safeguarding of all artworks on display and the City takes no responsibility for damage or loss of any kind to artworks, including vandalism and theft”

1. The CGG reserves the right to document, or otherwise use any artwork submitted for purposes associated with the exhibition, without charge.
2. The CGG will acknowledge the Applicant as the author of the Artwork and recognise the Moral Rights of the Artist in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968. A credit will always be stated wherever an image is used to acknowledge you as the creator of the artwork.
3. The Applicant agrees that the copyright in all artworks created during the contract remain the property of the Applicant.
4. The Applicant shall give the City a non-exclusive Licence to reproduce the images for related non-commercial purposes including publicity and promotion of the event/project, education and record keeping.
5. The Applicant grants the CGG the right to:
Maintain a digital copy of the artwork for the purposes of:
a. publicity and promotion of the exhibition, through our website and social media channels.
b. creating a non-commercial archive of the exhibition.

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