After the jury process, works exhibited in the gallery are hung in rotation for six months; after that time, the artist may submit new work for hanging (subject to space). Click here to download the Artist Agreement.
Artwork accepted to be displayed in the gallery must have wire attached to the back for hanging, and each piece needs to be labeled clearly with the artist's name, the title of the piece, media, price, and artist code; click here for a printable template for labels.
To earn the maximum commission for artwork sold, exhibiting members must work one day a month in the gallery.
In addition to working in the gallery, there are many other ways you can volunteer your time to support the gallery and the Guild. Volunteers help hang shows, set up for fundraisers, work booths at other shows and festivals, and so on. Click here if you have some time to contribute.
Why Join the Franklin County Arts Guild
The Franklin County Arts Guild promotes artists and craftspeople through its gallery, The Artisan Depot, scholarships, education, and community programs.
"Art should be something that liberates the soul, provokes the imagination and encourages people to go further. It celebrates humanity." ~ Artist Keith Haring