• All items must be original and made by the applicant. No kit crafts, items purchased and assembled, imported crafts, or items crafted by someone other than the applicant will be accepted.
• There will be TWO phases of jurying: once upon application submission and again at the time of item drop-off or installation. The AAC reserves the right to refuse to display any artwork. All decisions of the jury are final.
• After jury review, the artist may be asked to submit three physical samples for further consideration.
• The AAC will contact the artist with regard to acceptance and directions on submission pick up/inventory drop off if, which will occur by appointment. Applications submitted in any other fashion will not be accepted.
• All exhibiting artists are requested to volunteer their time in the form of a demo, workshop, or gallery attendant.
• The gallery will recieve a 30% commission of artwork sold; the artist will receive 70% of the sale.
• Groups are encouraged to submit a proposal outlining the concept behind the show.
• The show must be comprised of at least 70% work that has not been shown in Abbotsford in the 12 months prior to the exhibition date.
Approved artists will be required to send items listed under the UPON ACCEPTANCE section 5 WEEKS prior to exhibition date.
• Artwork is to be submitted as scheduled with gallery coordinator.
• Inventory sheet to include: Name of artist Title of each piece Size of each piece Medium of each piece Price of each piece
• A digital headshot of the artist or group of artists in .jpg format (300 DPI or higher) for press purposes.
D-rings must be installed on the back of all canvases, wood panels, and frames. The Kariton Gallery reserves the right to refuse installation if the required hardware is not properly attached.
Under no circumstances will the Artist be allowed to alter any displays,including those that pertain to their work as well as the work of other artists. Special arrangements can be made with the Executive Director in the case of certain exceptions or artwork limitations.