Museum of Visual Materials is no longer accepting Main Gallery applicants for 2020.
The Faithe Gallery, which holds our craft area & classroom space that is open to the public M - W is unavailable until September 2020.
If you are interested in showing your work at the Museum of Visual Material’s Faithe gallery please email Anna.
Faithe Gallery Requirements & Information
Faithe Gallery was named after the Museum of Visual Materials founder, Dr. Rose Faithe.
Minimum of 3 images of art must be submitted by email to Anna to be accepted or denied by jury.
Please, make sure your artwork will be able to be properly hung on our rod & hook system before setup date.
Artist provide signage including information such as artist’s name, title, medium and price for their artwork. Size is optional.
Artist should provide an artist statement/bio to be displayed in gallery.
All entries of original art or prints must be your own work (or prints of your own work).
The museum does not handle art sale transactions. The artist and buyer must negotiate separately without museum staff. The museum does not take a percentage of artist’s sale. We will give customers information to artist upon guest’s interest in purchasing.
Visitors of the museum are allowed to take photos in the museum.
Faithe Gallery Exhibition Fee: $50
A signed copy of the exhibition agreement is due 2 monthsprior to the date the art will be in gallery.
Artist are responsible for taking down own art at designated time discussed between artist and art director during museum's business hours.
All entrants grant Museum of Visual Materials the right to use or publish images of their work to promote the art exhibits, future call for entries, videos, or the art galleries. All accepted entries will be placed on this website or blog.
Faithe Gallery hours are Monday - Tuesdays 9am-4pm & Wednesdays 10am-4pm or by appointment Thursdays & Fridays.
Please, keep in mind that artwork that is accepted into the Faithe Gallery must be suitable for young children and appropriate for wedding ceremonies. During our Museum hours we have classes and a craft area space held in the Faithe Gallery.