THE 9th FLOOR CASE
Located on the 9th floor of the Schermerhorn Extension at Columbia University, this case provides a space for rotating exhibitions, sponsored by the Columbia Center for Archaeology. A new exhibit will be mounted in March 2019.
The Center for Archaeology inaugurated the 9th floor case in 2018 with an exhibit by artist Lucy Mitchell, called Still Life with Questions. The exhibit, and associated text and discussion panel were curated by Zoe Crossland, Briana Parker, and Alaina Wibberly. Still Life with Questions will be in place until the end of 2018. The next exhibit will be announced at the start of 2019.
Call for SubmissionsExhibit proposals are requested for the 9th Floor Case, Schermerhorn Extension. The case currently houses work by artist Lucy Mitchell, and is accompanied by a curated exhibit in the same corridor. We aim to replace this exhibit with a new installation in March 2019. Up to $1000 is available toward the cost of installation and an opening reception for the 2019 exhibit.
- Exhibits should use the entire case and are expected to be left in place Exhibits should use the entire case and are expected to be left in place until the end of 2019.
- Submissions should be made by a team of at least two people, including a Columbia faculty member who may act as a partner or mentor.
- Proposals should be no more than 1500 words in length. They should outline the planned exhibit, its themes and organization. A short bibliography and a schedule for preparation and installation should also be included. Illustrations may also be included but are not required.