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How to become an Art Exposure artist

Thank you for your interest in Art Exposure which was begun in February, 2000 to facilitate art exhibits that enhance the aesthetics of public spaces and to assist local artists in the display and promotion of their artwork. Artwork is displayed in street level windows, vacant storefronts, lobbies and/or public areas of office buildings, and in cafes and restaurants. There are currently over 70 artists and 42 venues participating in the Baltimore, Maryland area.

Click here to Download the artist agreement. If you’d like to apply, please return a signed copy of this and at least 5 samples of your work (preferably photos/color scans, no larger than 8x10") labeled with size, medium and price and a bio so that your work can be reviewed to determine if it is appropriate for Art Exposure (no graphic nudity, sexual depictions or controversial themes are permitted in the corporate settings, work should be professionally presented-framed/matted). The samples sent should be ones that can be kept and shared with building managers if your work is accepted. You will be notified regarding the status of your application and at that time, if accepted, you will need to mail a check for the annual membership fee. Art Exposure reserves discretion for selection of and placement of artwork. Again, thank you for your interest in Art Exposure!

“As an artist, I have benefited both professionally and personally through my membership in Baltimore Art Exposure.”
Elaine Urbanski, artist

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