Main Street Gallery Exhibits
The Main Street Gallery is a community art gallery committed to community artist development. The Gallery hosts 12 exhibits a year from September through August, and displays a wide variety of mediums from local and national artists, as well as traveling exhibits.
The Main Street Gallery is a community art gallery committed to community artist development through:
d) providing open and invitational exhibits that inspire local amateur and professional artists to step forward and participate in a public dialogue through their art
e) providing open and invitational exhibits that inspire local and amateur artists to expand the range of their media
Deadline for applications for the 2014-2015 Season was Monday, March 3, 2014.
The Call to Artists for exhibits at the Main Street Gallery is published annually online upon Gallery Committee Approval. Applications are released annually in the Fall and the deadline for receipt of applications is at the end of February of the next year. The Gallery season runs September through August annually. For more information about the application or selection process, or to schedule a portfolio revue, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the previous seasons’s call for more information about applying for a gallery exhibit.
Part of the mission of the Main Street Gallery is to assist artists in portfolio preparation and professional development. To fulfill this mission, the Gallery Committee offers artists and curators individual consultations with a member of the Committee, and maintains a library of sample proposals. Proposals are due toward the end of February each year. For help with a proposal, call the Arts Council office at (907) 225-2211, and/or check back here for the call for artists flyer.
Artist Development Workshops!
The Artist Development Workshop series was started in fall 2010, and is back by popular demand! We were thrilled to see local artists signing up for the opportunity to create and refine a portfolio of digital images, along with the basic components of any portfolio: artist’s bio, artist’s statement, slide list, and resume. We’ve seen many of the class participants putting their new portfolios to work! Congratulations to TWO of our class participants who are now being represented in local galleries following the Portfolio Share last year!
Artist Development Workshops TBA.