A professional exhibition opportunity for emerging visual artists.
The Emerging Artist Exhibition highlights the work of one or more emerging artists each year. The application deadline for the 2018 exhibition was December 11 at noon. Selection by jury was made by January 3; artists chosen for the show were notified on or before that date. Lanesboro Arts defines “emerging artist” as an individual who has great potential in their artistic practice but has not yet received major recognition for their work. All visual arts media are eligible. Artists may be any age, but Lanesboro Arts specifically invites those artists with little to no exhibition experience and encourages students and young artists to apply. All visual arts media are eligible.
To apply, please fill visit the
Emerging Artist Application page.
The Emerging Artist Exhibition was developed in 2015 to meet the needs of artists with burgeoning new talent; this juried show will give emerging artists an opportunity to display work in a professional gallery setting.
The exhibit will feature pieces in 2D and 3D visual media in a variety of sizes, with a size limit for each piece of 40” wide x 40” high. Pieces chosen for the Emerging Artist Show will need to be framed and include a hanging wire in the back; all work in the Emerging Artist Exhibition will be for sale as per consignment agreement (40% gallery, 60% artist). Selection by jury will be made by January 3 and those artists chosen for the show will be notified on or before that date. The chosen artists will install their own display to enhance their learning experience. The installation will take place on January 30 – the Lanesboro Arts Gallery will be open between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The Emerging Artist Exhibition will open on Saturday, February 3 with an artist reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and run through April 7, 2017. Contact Robbie Brokken with questions or for more information, 507-467-2446 / email@example.com.
- Jovan Speller, photography
- Kristin Maija Peterson, watercolors
- Anna Segner, painting
- Peyton Woller, photography
- Stephanie Frey, found image and gouache
- Mary Beth Magyar, sculpture
- Emma Knapp, ceramics
- Ryan Koning, painting
- Joseph Cowan, painting
- Camille Knutson, jewelry
- Jenie Gao, ink and watercolor paintings and woodcut prints
- Ellie Schmidt, ceramics
- Michael Cimano, mixed media