Please note: Even if we are at capacity for space, you may apply & get on our waiting list. Artists who have completed the jury process are first in line when space opens up, so it doesn’t hurt to get this step out of the way!
If you’re interested in having your work at the Gallery (and spending time with some amazing people in the process!), please fill out the form below and submit your work for review. Applications are reviewed weekly to determine if work will be put before a Jury for selection. We make every effort to respond to every submission.
Once an application is reviewed and selected, a Jury will be assigned, at which time Artist can make an appointment with our Curator to bring in 4-6 pieces of work, wired for hanging, or otherwise ready to display, if not wall art. This process can take up to a week to complete. *Please do not drop off work without first making arrangements with our Curator. Gallery can not be responsible for any work left without notice or prior approval.
About the jury process:
- Factors that may affect jury approval include price point, frame style/quality, or significant differences between application photographs and actual work.
- Sometimes the Jury will approve specific pieces, but not others. If this occurs, feedback will be shared and Artist will have an opportunity to bring in other pieces for further review. Remember, the Jury wants you to succeed! All feedback is meant to help improve the chances of your work being sold.
- The Jury process is not a value judgement, it is simply a means to determine if the artwork is a good fit for our particular market and typical clientele. If the Jury declines to approve Artist’s work, this should not be taken as a measure of its worth or quality, only that the Jury did not feel it was a good fit for our space. If requested, Jury feedback may be shared confidentially and anonymously with Artist.
A note about art on display:
We understand that art is subjective and often provocative, but because we have frequent children’s art classes and other events in the common space, art that showcases nudity, violence, profane or politically charged dialogue, or other content that may be considered inappropriate for a family-friendly establishment shall not be displayed. If you’re unsure, please contact our Curator for guidance. Thank you for supporting your local art Gallery! We look forward to seeing your work.
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