The Beaumont Gallery is a non-profit art gallery located within the The Beaumont Artist Society at 316 West 5th Avenue and Alberta Street, Vancouver, BC. The Beaumont Gallery is committed to programming exhibitions and events showcasing emerging and mid-career artists of all media who combine artistic endeavor with informed critical discourse. The Beaumont Gallery provides assistance with your exhibition/event production and help to connect you to an engaged audience. The Beaumont Gallery offers a 750 sq foot Main Gallery and a 475 sq Front Gallery.
The Beaumont Studios Artist Society is currently inviting artists to apply to our upcoming exhibitions. Our Gallery has a year round submission policy for (monthly) exhibitions and accepts artwork from artists in all media: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art, mixed media and sculpture. You may submit your artwork as a general submission or to a specific group exhibit*.
The Beaumont Gallery offers emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional art gallery located in a vibrant and unique space on the edge of Mount Pleasant in Vancouver, BC. Helping artists gain exposure, the exhibition is open to both international and Canada based artists from a wide range of artistic backgrounds.
Spring Emerging Artists Exhibition: West Coast Homeland
June 13-25, 2017, Opening Reception: June 15, 2017, 7-10pm
Calling local artists of all disciplines and backgrounds! We invite you to submit your original work to be a part of an exhibition at the Beaumont Gallery dedicated to showcasing the talent of emerging, local artists as they illustrate the beauty of our west coast homeland. We welcome all forms of art from visual to performance, including dance, film, and poetry.
For ten years, the Beaumont Studios has worked to support local artists and foster creativity in the growing and changing city of Vancouver. Whether you were born and raised in BC or have come to call it home, everyone has a different interpretation of the west coast, from its raw, undisturbed nature, to it’s bustling metropolitan cities and quiet towns. This spring we want to see your ideas of what the west coast means to you, and why you are proud to call it home.
The deadline for submissions is May 5, 2017
There is a participation fee for selected artists of $75 + GST.
For any questions please contact Jennifer Hughes: firstname.lastname@example.org
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