Friday, March 1, 2013

LYNDON CENTER: Lyndon State's Quimby Gallery Accepting Proposals for Art Exhibits

Entrance to the Quimby Gallery at Lyndon State College.
Quimby Gallery Accepting Proposals for Future Exhibits

Lyndon State College’s fine art gallery, the Quimby Gallery, is now accepting proposals for art exhibits for the 2013-2014 year. The invitation extends to all artists from the New England area. The Quimby is a small gallery best suited for wall-mounted two-dimensional or three-dimensional work.

Proposals will be reviewed in the order they are submitted and the final decision for inclusion in the 2013-2014 exhibits will be made by April 2013. 
Applicants are welcome to submit proposals for future years as well.

Each proposal must include a written proposal for the show, title and examples of previous or current work in slide or electronic format. Proposals are to be posted to:
Professor Barclay Tucker
Quimby Gallery
1001 College Road/P.O. Box 919
Lyndonville, VT 05851

Questions should be directed to Tucker at (802) 626-6487 or at The Quimby Gallery is in the Harvey Academic Center (HAC) on the LSC campus. The gallery is housed within Lyndon’s Visual Arts Department. The department offers degree programs in animation and illustration, cinema production, design, visual arts, and visual communication.


Image: Entrance to the Quimby Gallery in the Harvey Academic Center at Lyndon State College.