About Exhibiting at the Klamath Art Gallery
Shows begin at noon on the first Sunday of the month, and go until 4 PM the last Sunday of the month. Between those times, the gallery is open noon to 4 PM Thursday through Sunday, except holidays. The artist is welcome to be at the gallery at any time during their show.
Opening receptions are canceled until allowed by statewide COVID guidance.
The artist will be issued a key to the gallery in the week prior to their show, and will have access to the gallery to install their show on the Friday and Saturday before the show opens. Work should come down by the end of the day on Monday after the show closes.
The gallery has approximately 60 linear feet of walls (80 inches tall) for wall art. There are tables and standing carpeted display panels available for use on the gallery floor.
At least 75% of the pieces in a show must be for sale and all artwork is expected to remain up for the entire month, unless sold. The gallery commission on sales is 25% for dues-paid members and 30% for non-members.
If an application is accepted, the artist is required to fill out a contract within 30 days of notification. A non-refundable $50 booking fee and a $10 refundable key fee are to be paid upon return of the contract.
The gallery will handle publicity for the showing. The gallery distributes posters to locations around town, arranges for a press release, and posts notifications on Facebook.
The artist will be provided with an electronic version of the poster and postcards for the show, as well as 12 postcards for personal mailing. The artist may purchase additional postcards directly from the printer.
The Artist Contracts/Exhibit Coordinator (ACEC) will work with the artist from receipt of the application through payment and return of the gallery key.