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Arts Council Gallery Applications

Open to all Alaskan Residents! 

Mission: The Arts Council gallery exhibit space is used to promote cultural awareness, stimulate creativity, educate, and provide a community service. It is the intention of the Arts Council Gallery Program to support both established and emerging Southeast Alaskan artists showing new works, while representing the broadest spectrum of visual art media.

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Who can apply:

>> Individuals

>> Duos/Groups

>> Organizations

How to Apply: 

Alaskan Artists interested in exhibiting in the Arts Council Gallery may submit applications through entrythingy.com.  Applications will be due 5:00 PM, April 15 and decisions will be made by the Arts Council Board of Trustees by June 1.

A complete application consists of:

>> Submission to the (upcoming year) Arts Council Gallery Application on entrythingy.com

>> $40.00 application fee payable to the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (call us to process a credit card over the phone, mail a check, or stop by the JACC). Note that Arts Council members in good standing may waive the application fee. 

Note: Selections are made in June for the following October through September, and that certain months may be pre-booked for community exhibits.  

Questions:

Please contact our Artist Programs and Gallery Director via email at info@jahc.org at call (907) 586-2787. 

Selling Your Art at the JACC

Regional Southeast Alaskan Artists Accepted

From Skagway to Ketchikan, artists are invited to sell their artwork on a consignment basis in the
Arts Council Lobby Shop

The Council offers on-line sales as well as a comfortable small,well-trafficked little shop favored by locals and visitors alike. 

For the services, the Council takes 35% of the sales price. If you are interested in selling your work through the Arts Council, please contact our Lobby Shop Coordinator via email at info@jahc.org at call (907) 586-2787. 

 

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