SHOW ENTRY GUIDELINES
All work must remain on exhibit for the duration of the exhibit. No artwork may be exhibited that has previously been shown in the Gallery. All work submitted must have been finished within two years of intake dates. Exhibition Contract must be filled out completely when artwork is delivered.
Fees for entering artwork are $10 for one piece, $10 for one additional piece, $10 for second additional piece. Limit is 3 works per show. Intake fees are non-refundable, whether your work is juried in or not.
PRESENTATION AND DISPLAY
Upon delivery, artwork should be exhibit ready, appropriately framed if necessary, appropriately mounted if necessary, ready to hang (ex: D-rings with wire or eye hooks with wire), and labeled on back with name of artist, title, medium and price. No tabletop frames will be accepted for hanging. Cottonwood reserves the right not to display every piece submitted.
In the event of sales during the exhibit, the artist will receive 70% of retail price (set by the artist) and the Gallery will retain a 30% commission. All sales will be conducted through Cottonwood who will collect purchase price and Colorado sales tax. Payment from sales will be made to the artist no later than 30 days of exhibition closing. All work MUST be for sale.
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY
Artist is responsible for transit of accepted artwork to and from Cottonwood Center for the Arts. Upon delivery, artwork should be exhibit-ready, appropriately framed if necessary, appropriately mounted if necessary, and ready to hang. No tabletop frames will be accepted for hanging. If artwork must be shipped, please use a reusable container. Work must be professionally packed for safe shipping. Use screws only if shipping in wooden crates. Works must arrive on or before the show’s listed intake dates. Shipped work must have a prepaid insured return label. Do not ship glass. Work is to be picked up by date listed for each show. Unless prior arrangements have been made any work not picked up within 30 days of show closure becomes property of Cottonwood.
Cottonwood assumes no liability for theft, loss, fire, or destruction of any kind to any and all exhibited artwork, storage crates, or other related items, however caused throughout the duration of the show. By signing the Exhibition Contract, the artist acknowledges an understanding and agreement with the Cottonwood Center for the Arts exhibition policy and requirements.