Applications for the 2022 / 2023 Exhibition Season are CLOSED.

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621 Gallery invites US-based and international artists to submit to our call for proposals! We are accepting solo, duo, collectives, and curatorial proposals.

621 Gallery is the oldest and largest contemporary arts venue in the North Florida region. We support artists’ professional development through creation and facilitation of public and educational programming, interaction with the local art community and engagement with diverse audiences.

We are eager to reach out beyond Tallahassee in the hopes of finding artists who will add breadth to our upcoming exhibition season. We urge emerging and established artists to apply with no limitations on medium or style. The gallery offers a main space that can be sectioned into two separate exhibition spaces (if needed) and the Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery that can be utilized for one-person shows or smaller group exhibitions. See layout below.

621 Gallery Exhibition Committee reviews all applications submitted for exhibition. The committee meets once a year in the spring to select artists for the next year’s exhibition season. The season will run September 2022 – September 2023.


Artists interested in exhibiting at 621 Gallery must submit the following materials as a single .PDF via email OR by filling out this application:

    • A one page cover letter containing a clear and concise proposal for your exhibition.
    • 15 to 20 images (no less than 72dpi and 1200px at longest dimension) with title, material, and size information indicated on each image page.
    • Resume or CV
    • Artist Statement
    • If there is a period of time you are unavailable during the season, please let us know ASAP.
    • Application fee ($35.00 for non-member, $25 for members) as a check, money order, or PayPal payment (via the link below)

For email submissions, please submit all materials in PDF format (i.e. Lane_Jane.PDF) to:


621 Gallery exhibition space consists of a large room (77’x 30′) with a (12′ x 12′) free standing wall dividing the space into two main gallery spaces. The building is part of a World War II era lumber mill warehouse. The ceiling air-space is very open with original architecture exposed — wooden support beams, a metal roof, and skylights allow some Florida sunshine into the space. Track lighting is attached to suspended steel frames in the front and back main galleries. The floors are raw, industrial cement and are a testament to the history of the building. The white walls are finished sheet rock up to 12′ height. The back wall of the main gallery has plywood under the sheet rock. The space is 2300 square feet in area. The adjoining Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery provides a more intimate, climate controlled (325 square ft) exhibition space with track lighting. The Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery is wonderful for solo or small group exhibitions or immersive installations!

Download the main gallery floor plan

Please note: the main gallery has a distinct, historical beauty, but is not climate controlled. We take specific precautions to ensure that no damage occurs; however, some non-traditional art materials do not stand up well to our Florida heat and humidity range. When applying for an exhibition, please let us know if you have any material concerns.