Solo & Small Group Shows
Are you interested in showing your work in a Solo or Small Group Exhibition?
Do you have a concept or proposal that you'd like to present?
Two AOPR venues are suitable for solo and small group (2-4 artists) exhibits. We invite you to visit and familiarize yourself with the venues and then contact venue manager(s) to explore your ideas.
POST OFFICE WINDOWS, 104 Washington Avenue. Two display windows suitable for two dimensional art, plus floor space suitable for 3-D work. Sidewalk location provides great public visibility, but heat and sunlight might be undesirable for certain media. Exhibit is shown for two months.
Contact venue managers Jan Chleboun (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Louise Williams (email@example.com).
LINDA DRAKE MEMORIAL GALLERY, El Sol Restaurant 101 Park Place. Located in a casual, family-friendly Mexican restaurant. Art is hung on wall above dining tables, so not suitable for small, detailed pieces requiring close-up viewing. There are three shows per year: mid-July to mid-October, late-November to mid-March, Mid-March to mid-July. Duration of each show is approximately 3.5 months.
Contact venue manager Anna Froker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Exhibition Committee's selection process reflects our philosophy to support both established and emerging artists and AOPR's mission to enrich our community by promoting appreciation, support and exposure to the Arts.
When selecting art for solo and small group shows, our considerations include:
Is there a sufficient body of work that is engaging and well-crafted for a solo or small group exhibition?
Is the work appropriate for display in a public venue (eg. "family friendly”)?
Is the work a good fit for the venue space?
What sort of involvement has the artist had in AOPR exhibitions and events?