Call to Artists!
2012 / 2013 EXHIBITION SEASON 621 Gallery Exhibition Committee reviews all applications submitted for exhibition. The committee meets once a year in the spring to select artists for the next year’s exhibition season. The 2012-2013 Season will run September 2012 – June 2013. Please submit all materials to:
621 Industrial Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32310
Application Postmark Deadline for the 2012-2013 exhibition season has been extended to
March 2, 2012
Application fee: $15.00
Artists interested in exhibiting at 621 Gallery must submit all written materials in hard copy and include them on a CD unless specified below:
- Application fee as a check or money order
- A one page cover letter containing a clear and concise proposal for your exhibition
- 15 to 20 images at 300 dpi. with minimum size of 4” x 6” CD ONLY
- Contact sheet (with image information: dimensions, media, date created and price or NFS) hard copy and CD
- Resume or CV
- Artist Statement
- A self addressed stamped envelope for the return of your application materials, if you want them returned.
621 Gallery space for changing exhibitions consists of a large room 77 ft x 30ft with a 12x12ft free standing wall dividing the space into two rooms. The building is part of a World War II era lumber mill warehouse. There is open ceiling, exposing old wooden beams, a metal roof and skylights. Track lighting is attached to suspended steel frames in the front and back gallery. The floors are painted gray cement. The white walls are finished sheet rock up to 12′ height. The back wall of the gallery has plywood under the sheet rock. The walls are pale gray with the center wall a shade darker. The space is 2300 square feet in area. The adjoining Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery provides a smaller exhibition space. This space is newly renovated and can be utilized for one-person shows or smaller group exhibitions.
Download the main gallery floor plan
Also, a word of caution, the main gallery is not climate controlled. We take specific precautions to ensure that no damage occurs, however, some non-traditional art materials do not stand up well to our temperature and humidity range. Please notify us if you think you work merits special consideration.