Saturday, June 28, 2008

Salina Art Center Exhibitions Proposals

Deadline: Ongoing

Exhibition Proposals

Salina Art Center
Salina, KS

Exhibitions at the Salina Art Center are selected by the director/curator, in conjunction with an exhibitions committee. For consideration, please send slides or electronic images, along with a resume and artist statement to:

Exhibitions Committee
Salina Art Center
242 S. Santa Fe
Salina, KS 67401

Floor plan (PDF):

The Salina Art Center was founded in 1978 by artists, educators and community members who envisioned a gallery and education center in north-central Kansas. Housed originally on the Kansas Wesleyan University campus, it has grown from a spring and summer, volunteer-based organization to the existing year-round, nationally recognized exhibition, art education, and film facilities. Funded entirely by gifts and memberships from individuals, businesses and foundations, and competitive local, state, and federal grants, the Salina Art Center invites your participation as it enters its 25th year.

The Salina Art Center is located in the heart of downtown Salina, at 242 S. Santa Fe. This facility houses three flexible and attractive exhibition gallery spaces, a large multi-purpose area and classroom, and a dedicated hands-on arts laboratory area. Administrative and exhibition offices are also found here.

The Art Center Cinema, 150 S. Santa Fe, just a block away from the gallery and education building, opened in 1997. The Cinema features a 90-seat theatre, state-of-the-art equipment, including Dolby surround sound, and a snack bar.

Visit the website for complete details: