Discover local artists, new works each month at ‘Phone Gallery’
All levels of artists and visual art forms are on view at Phone Gallery - Cleveland's smallest gallery - from elementary school students to eminent professionals.
The Gallery, annexed to the front of Russ' Auto Care in the Waterloo Arts District across the street from Waterloo 7 Studios and Praxis Fiber Workshop, demonstrates the transformation of an otherwise vacant and underutilized "space" - in this case, an abandoned phone booth - into an inventive place for art display.
It’s a small space with a big mission – to celebrate both emerging and established local talent by providing an unique opportunity for anyone, free of charge, to exhibit a solo art show.
In Spring 2014, Phone Gallery held its inaugural exhibition and in 2016 Ali Lukacsy was awarded a Creative Workforce Fellowship on behalf of the original, thought provoking miniscule space for art display.
Phone Gallery is currently accepting applications in this open call from Greater Cleveland-based artists to exhibit in the box in a rotating 1-month long solo exhibition. There are no deadlines and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Max display size: 11" w x 22" h x 6" d.
Visual 2-D and 3-D pieces are encouraged. An outlet internal to the box is available for those submissions requiring electricity.
Learn more @ www.facebook.com/WaterlooPhoneGallery
APPLY @ http://mycreativecompass.org/Employment/Calls-for-Artists/Open-Call-for-Cleveland-s-Smallest-Gallery2
Phone Gallery is supported by Northeast Shores Development Corporation and funded by grants from The Kresge Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture (CAC), through Creative Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC)’s Creative Workforce Fellowship and residents of Cuyahoga County through CAC.
Direct all questions and submit an application to: Ali Lukacsy, Curator email@example.com
Allison is a North Shore Collinwood resident, architect, artist, neighborhood cheerleader and frequent contributor to the Collinwood Observer. She curates "Phone Gallery", founded "Bus Stop Moves", upcycles street and beach trash into art and serves on the Board of Directors of Northeast Shores.