Fronteer devise and curate exhibitions and opportunities for artists both locally and internationally. Here is an archive of the exhibitions Fronteer has organised, as well as details of current and forthcoming exhibitions:
Botanicals | Group Exhibition | Exchange Place Studios, Sheffield, S2 5SZ | 5th – 27th July 2019
A group exhibition of work with a Botanical theme, from British and European artists. We have various events running throughout the exhibition, including workshops.
Find more exhibition details on Facebook here: BOTANICALS EXHIBITION
Green City | Pop-up Exhibition | Kommune, Sheffield | 17th & 18th August 2019
A pop-up exhibition of postcard sized work over one weekend at Kommune, Sheffield.
Alongside the exhibition there is a drop in workshop where you can have a go at making your own Green City postcard.
Find more exhibition details on Facebook here: GREEN CITY EXHIBITION
We are accepting submissions from artists wanting to be involved until 30th June 2019. Find out how to submit work here: OPEN CALL DETAILS
The Fronteer Open 2019 | Group Exhibition | November 2019 (full details to follow)
Past Exhibitions and Events
The Fronteer Open 2018 | 35 Chapel Walk, Sheffield | 20th November – 2nd December 2018
The Fronteer Open 2018 established an open call exhibition and arts prize split over 4 categories in the heart of Sheffield.
Wonderer | Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece | May 2018
Wonderer was Fronteer’s first international open call, and saw artists respond to the theme of ‘stars’ for an exhibition in Athens.
Art and Ale | The Red Deer | 13/03/18
Art and Ale is a series of fun and informal art workshops hosted in Sheffield. They are suitable for adult and our aim is to provide an encouraging and inclusive platform for everyone.
A direct and immediate response to the divisions felt around the UK after the EU referendum, Unity was an open call that saw artists respond to the theme of unity. In the spirit of bringing the country together again (in our own small way) all artists that responded were able to exhibit.
PLAY! | Access Space, Sheffield | September 2014
PLAY was informally the first exhibition devised and curated by Fronteer. It was an open call opportunity around the theme of video games.