Call For Artists

PRX Podcast Garage is host to a creative community of podcasters, audio producers, and storytellers in Boston. In our community space, we also host a rotating gallery of art by local artists. Last year, we hosted 100+ events with close to 3,000 attendees - we are an active space with a mission to promote new voices.

We are looking to exhibit artists who centralize storytelling, interactivity, or community in their work for 3-4 month installments. We also invite artists to co-host an opening reception in the space (see examples here and here of our past openings.) We celebrate interdisciplinary practice and would be interested in exhibition proposals that reflect that.


  • Be over 18 years of age

  • Resident of Massachusetts 

  • Have as the content and purpose of their art to tell stories, connect people, and/or topics related to member shows

  • Through their written narrative tell a story or the story of their work


  • 2D work and hanging sculpture is preferred

  • 3D work must be no larger than 4 feet and able to be moved to accommodate the changing space of the community classroom


Our classroom is a multi-purpose space that hosts events, workshops, and gatherings of local artists - we’re constantly moving tables and chairs to accommodate whatever the event requires. During the daytime, the room serves as a co-working space for staff and members of our audio community. We may need to move 3D work during the exhibition.



  • If you are accepted, by submitting your entry you give the exhibitors the right to publish your images for publicity purposes; we may ask select artists to provide higher resolution jpegs suitable for publishing.

  • Artists are responsible for installing and picking up their artwork on dates decided between the artist and the Podcast Garage.

  • In the event of interest in purchasing art, the artist is put in direct contact with the interested party and receives 100% of proceeds from any resulting sales.

When uploading files, please submit digital images (JPGs) of either representative works or actual works you hope to have selected for exhibition. JPGs should be labeled with your first initial, last name and image number (example: AJones1.jpg AJones2.jpg, AJones3.jpg).