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Digital Image Submission

The curator must receive a professional looking digital image in JPEG format by the online gallery deadline.

  • If you would like to watch a video of how to create an image of your work, click here

  • Include one image on the submission form with the appropriate submission.

  • JPEG format should be in the range of 800 – 1200 pixels with medium compression.

  • Each image must be labeled  as follows: Title of art piece and artist first name, artist last name. Example: Tropica Jane Smith 

Contact us if you have questions. 

Take Down Process

Artwork must be picked up on date and time listed on show prospectus unless other arrangements are made with the Curator.

Artist Reception

  • Please invite your family and friends to join us for the Artists Reception held at the Center for the Arts Foundation on the date listed in Prospectus from 5:30 to 7:00 PM.

  • Visitors will enjoy live music and light refreshments as they view the exhibit.

  • There may be an Artist Talk at 6:30 that is free to attend. 

Insurance

The Center for the Arts Foundation will be responsible for artwork while it is on display in the gallery. Claims for loss or damage will be investigated and may be adjusted by the Foundation’s  Insurance Carrier.  The artist will be reimbursed for the reasonable value of the artwork or repair of damages. In no event will the Foundation pay damages in excess of the value declared by the artist on the exhibit inventory form.
It is important to inspect all artwork before leaving the gallery on pick-up day to register any possible issues or damages.

Thank you! 

Take-in Process

  • Artwork must be delivered to the gallery on the date & time given in the show prospectus. 

  • All submissions must have been formally reviewed and accepted by the curator.

  • No substitutions or walk-ins will be accepted.

  • Print your Entry Tags to affix to the work.

  • Art pieces may be omitted if the piece:

    • Is substantively different “in person” than those previewed by the curator team or lacks professional framing

    • Has unfinished canvas edges

    • Is unsafe to display

  • All artwork will be inspected upon delivery for overall condition. Any issues or damages will be documented and initialed by the artist.

  • Artists (or their representatives) will initial the entry forms for art accepted by GALA at take in

  • Submissions by delivery services must be coordinated with the curator.

Artist Statement

This is your opportunity to share about your work or yourself with the viewers!​We’ve heard that it’s the story that sells the work, so think about your artwork and what will get people involved. Artist Statement

Sales 

  • GALA receives commissions on all sales in the amount of 20% of the sale price.

  • Fees for credit card transactions will be paid for by the artist

  • Purchased items will be labeled “sold” but must remain on display until the end of the show.

  • All exhibits must include a sales price or, on rare occasions, a NFS designation. 

  • Receipts will be offered for commission and fees. 

Unclaimed Work

GALA and Center for the Arts Foundation will not be responsible for any artwork not picked up by scheduled take down date. Additionally, if the work is not picked up

by 30 days after the scheduled pick-up date the art shall become property of the Center for the Arts Foundation.

Contact us if you have questions.

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