Artspace 304 is located at 304 W Walnut Street, Carbondale, IL. It is a 5,000 square foot multi-functioning community art space with room for exhibits, small performances, and educational programming. The gallery is a large L- shaped room, the space can be divided to preferred arrangement with four, four foot wide by eight foot tall modular gallery walls. The Main Gallery includes approximately 130 running feet of available wall space and is equipped with adjustable LED track lighting throughout the space. A selection of pedestals are available for display of three dimensional work. Exhibits are typically installed for a two-month period, during which CCA hosts a meet-the-artist reception. Exhibiting artists are able to offer their works for sale, subject to a standard commission.
The Mary Ellen Dillard Media and Performance Gallery is located at 304 W Walnut Street, Carbondale, IL. It is a multifunction gallery space designed specifically for theatrical, musical, lecture, and media performance, and projections and film screenings. The media gallery is approximately 33 feet in length by 18 feet wide, with cork flooring. The space is equipped with audio and visual equipment- an Epson Pro L Series laser projector and a wireless sound system. Exhibition/Event length is determined by event or program, during which CCA hosts a public meet-the-artist reception, performance or film screening. Exhibiting artists are able to offer their works for sale, subject to a standard commission.
The Corridor Gallery at the Carbondale Civic Center is a excellent way to expose your work to the community. Approximately 2,000 people walk through the gallery a month while attending to business, meeting and events at the Civic Center and City Hall. The corridor that spans the Carbondale Civic Center has displayed works by more than 400 local, and regional artists and by visiting artists from around the world. Works are exhibited free of charge, and exhibiting artists are welcome to offer their works for sale, subject to a standard commission. The Corridor Gallery includes approximately 120 running feet of available wall space and is equipped with a picture rail hanging system to facilitate the easy installation of artworks. It is also possible to display a small selection of three dimensional work, pedestals with plexiglass vitrines are available. Exhibits are typically installed for a one-month period. Exhibitions are open to the public Monday through Friday from 8am - 5pm and during publicly scheduled events.
Applications are reviewed twice a year, incomplete proposals or mislabeled images will not be considered.