South Bay Contemporary SoLA is a non-profit, artist run, alternative art organization supporting advanced explorations in contemporary art. SBC SoLA seeks curators and artists who are tapping into today’s current to bring forth exhibitions and experiences that give new perspective to our global culture. SBC SoLA is a place for imagination to flourish as creative fusions, hybrids and fictions illuminate the future.

At the LOFT

401 South Mesa Street, third level
San Pedro, Californina 90731
(Call when you arrive for entry)
Phone: (310) 429-0973


Curatorial Opportunities in Contemporary Art

for Artists, Emerging Curators and Educators



Zaid Yousef

Zaid Yousef, Installing work for “Via Negativa”

Elizabeth Kniesley

Elizabeth Kniesley conceptual design for “Transforming Feminisms”

Curatorial Proposal for South Bay Contemporary:

Submit the following to:

  1. Completed application form below
  2. Curatorial proposal – one page maximum typed

Please relate your proposal to an existing area of study /

Explain how it connects to contemporary culture

  1. Visual materialsList of potential artists

Sample photos of artists’ work by jpg

  1. Combine all documents into one PDF submission

Application Form:

Curator Contact Information

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Jame MacDevitt

James MacDevitt, Guest Curator and Installer for “Via Negativa: Transcendence of the unReal”


Please use the form above (1.5mb file max) or send by pdf to

South Bay Contemporary

Mission: Bridging art, science and humanities through exhibitions and experimental projects serving the South Bay and engaging the community in reflection of the meaning and relevance of contemporary art

Website: South Bay Contemporary


Address: South Bay Contemporary (at the LOFT)

401 South Mesa Street, third floor, San Pedro, CA 90731

Questions?   310 429 0973 , Peggy Zask, director SBC





Peggy Zask, Director with Margaret Lazzari, Guest Curator: "Visualizations in Art and Science"

Peggy Zask, Director
with Margaret Lazzari, Guest Curator: “Visualizations in Art and Science”