Emerging Art Program 2018

Emerging Artist Program

Deadline to apply: July 30, 2018
Date for joining the gallery: September 1, 2018

The Kingston Gallery is currently accepting applications for its one year emerging artist program. This program provides mentorship from experienced artists and is a great way to immerse yourself in the rigors of becoming a professional artist.

The artist selected for the year long opportunity will participate in the gallery in every way, but all fees will be waived. The year of participation will culminate in a solo exhibition in the center gallery.

More information about the program and the application process can be found at:

http://www.kingstongallery.com/about/emerging-artist-program.php

Greg Lookerse, Praying for the Rain to Stop, Various books, 2014.

From the series, “What Choice Do I Have?” Now, Digital Print, 42.5 x 31”, 2011–2013.

 

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About Kingston Gallery

Kingston Gallery features contemporary art by New England artists specializing in a diverse range of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and installation. The 30+ Kingston artists exhibit in our three on-site gallery spaces; the Main Gallery, Center Gallery, and Kingston Project Space. Kingston is an artist-run gallery space incorporated in 1982 and supporting a schedule of 22 shows per calendar year plus several special events and group shows. Kingston Gallery takes its name from its original location on Kingston Street near Boston's Chinatown. In the mid-1990s, the gallery was one of the very first to relocate to Thayer Street, anchoring what has since developed into the vibrant SoWa Arts District of Boston's historic South End.

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