In addition to 5 curator-selected rotating exhibitions, the gallery has 4 slots in the yearly exhibition calendar for annual reoccurring shows. These include: Annual Member's Show, Intergenerational Exhibition, ArtWalk, and Under 100 Exhibition. (read on for details!) These annual shows are selected through juried selection processes at different points during the year.
*All annual shows are open for gallery members to apply for, click here to apply for a membership or come by the gallery to apply!
Annual Member's Show
This exhibition takes place in March each year. A call for submissions will be available to view the January prior to the exhibition. HERE
This exhibition takes place in May each year. Submit up to five pieces of art that have been made collaboratively with another person of a different generation. Click here for an example of a past Intergenerational exhibition. A call for submissions will be available view the March prior to the exhibition.
This exhibition takes place in September each year. Submit one piece on the theme chosen by the ArtWalk Committee to be juried and exhibited during the ArtWalk weekend and through the rest of September. Click here for an example of a past ArtWalk themed exhibition. Each year's theme is different so click here or follow the link below to visit the ArtWalk website for information on the upcoming event.
Details and applications are being accepted now! All this can be found under the "ArtWalk" tab via "Exhibitions" or by clicking here.
Under 100 Exhibition
This exhibition takes place in November-December each year. Submit a proposal of intent online in September to show 10-20 small artworks for this annual fundraising exhibition (30% of sales go to support the gallery) which opens mid November and runs to the last week before winter break. Submissions will be juried. Click here for an example of a past Under 100 Exhibition.
Feel free to contact the gallery if you have any further questions:
The gallery employs curatorial expertise to implement the setting of exhibitions, programs and services in accordance with nationally recognized professional standards of operation. It is not the gallery’s mandate to sell works of art during an exhibition. However the Lake Country Art Gallery will take a 20% commission on any works which are sold during an exhibition.
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