MaineGeneral Medical Center’s Art Committee invites Maine artists to submit proposals to display and sell their work at a MaineGeneral facility. Those selected will have an opportunity to hang their art in the Alfond Center for Health in Augusta or the Thayer Center for Health in Waterville for a period of eight weeks.
Exhibition spaces can accommodate 15 to 20 pieces of art. All two-dimensional media are welcome, from solo artists or groups. Framed size of the artwork should range from 11×14 to 24×36 inches. MaineGeneral’s Art Committee retains a low 20 percent commission on any sales to purchase art for the benefit of the hospital’s patients and staff.
Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed monthly. Spaces are available in the fall and winter of 2022 and into 2023. Complete application information can be found on the hospital website: https://www.mainegeneral.org/about-us/mgmc-art-committee/.
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