The José Drudis-Biada Art Gallery at Mount St. Mary’s College is primarily dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art and artists from the Southern California region. Curators may not include themselves in the show they are proposing. The proposal format is at the discretion of the proposing curator. Proposals do not need to be fully developed to be proposed, but should give a thoughtful approximation of as many aspects of the entire scope of the show as possible. For example, concepts should include how the artist being considered fits the concept of the proposal, as well as examples of the artist’s work, needs or special needs of the exhibit, such as equipment and budget. The José Drudis-Biada Art Gallery was remodeled in 2011, giving the gallery a very contemporary and new versatility. The gallery space is approximately 3000 square feet and consists of two rooms. Moveable walls are available to divide space further if needed. Video projection equipment is available. Curators are encouraged to visit the gallery to understand the gallery space fully. Proposals will be accepted via the traditional mail only. All images on a CD should be printed out in thumbnail fashion for easy reference. Curators whose proposal the gallery committee considers of enough merit will be asked to resubmit a more fully-developed one if needed.