Installations in the Living Room Gallery are presented in cooperation with Saint Peter’s Church. The Gallery space is located in a heavily-used public environment where a variety of programs take place daily. The Gallery receives many visitors each day and is often a staging site for special receptions.
The Living Room Gallery is best suited for small scale, intimate pieces. The northern wall of the Living Room is equipped with two lighting systems. One lighting system casts even, consistent light. The secondary lighting system allows for some directed light.
Exhibitions typically explore themes of life and meaning in its broadest sense. Like any art show, those presented in the Living Room Gallery provoke discussion regarding art’s place in culture, in spiritual thought and in daily life.
Persons interested in exhibiting should download application guidelines. Specific proposals are welcome. Applications will be reviewed at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Art and Architecture Review Committee following the receipt of a complete submission.
Note that in this spirit of fairness, Committee members, members of Saint Peter’s Church and directors of Midtown Arts Common are precluded from exhibiting.