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Exhibition Guidelines and Expectations


Participation in the artEAST exhibition submission process indicates that you have read and accepted the terms of the release form (artEAST Exhibitions Release Form or Blakely Hall Exhibitions Release Form).
  • Submission entries are limited to artists residing within the Puget Sound area.
  • artEAST Exhibitions reserves the unconditional right to review all submission materials and to accept some, all, or none of an artist’s body of work.
  • artEAST Exhibitions also reserves the right to refuse display of any artwork that is significantly different from the art that was accepted from the submission JPEG.
  • For juried shows, artists will receive selection notices by email within 2 weeks following the call deadline.
  • artEAST is an artist collective: participating artists are required to help with certain aspects of the show. Look for a list of volunteer jobs emailed from your curator.
  • A signed release form (artEAST Exhibitions Release Form or Blakely Hall Exhibitions Release Form)  and a signed Artist Inventory List must be turned in with your art on intake day or your art will not be displayed.
  • A current year’s W-9 Form must be on file at artEAST, OR turned in with your art, for you to be paid your sales proceeds.
  • Exhibition sales will be handled by retail gallery staff w/artist proceeds checks disbursed 45 days post-show by artEAST.
  • artEAST is a non-profit organization. A 35% commission will be taken on all artEAST Exhibition sales.
  • ALL art will remain on display through the end of the exhibition. The holiday show is an exception.
  • Sold art may be claimed by customers at the artEAST retail gallery with a paid sales receipt upon or after the de-install date.
  • All art must be removed from the exhibition within 15 days of de-install date or it becomes artEAST property.

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