Thursday, March 26, 2020

Artist exhibition entries still being accepted

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill Gallery@VT hosts
monthly exhibitions with solo or group shows
 featuring emerging or establishes artists representing
 a variety of media. Photo courtesy of
The Village Theater at Cherry Hill staff.
Local artists have an opportunity to present their works at the Village Theater at Cherry Hill, one of the premiere performance art centers in southeast Michigan.
Proposals for solo or group exhibitions for the 2021 exhibition season in the Gallery@VT will be accepted through April 8. Both local and regional artists are encouraged to apply and all mediums will be considered, officials said.
The Village Theater showcases established, as well as emerging, artists, in a venue visited by about 5,000 patrons each month.
To apply for a solo or group exhibition, artists must submit an entry package, which can be obtained online at
Additional required information includes an artist's statement; exhibition proposal, if proposed exhibit contains a concept or theme; list of representative images submitted; documented artwork including the artist's name, title, medium, dimensions and date of the work; current resume/biography list of art-related background and art education, artist's availability and a USB flash drive or CD of high-quality JPG digital images. 
Artists' submissions may be sent via email to or delivered directly to The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.  Emailed images should be no larger than 3 MB each. Artists who have presented a solo exhibition at the Gallery@VT within the last five years are ineligible; however, artists who have participated in a collaborative show featuring three or more artists in that timeframe are eligible to apply. For additional entry information, visit
The Village Theater at Cherry Hill's exhibition committee, comprised of local artists, arts professionals and/or art educators, will jury and determine the final 2021 exhibition lineup. 
The Village Theater gallery is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, during public performances, and by appointment by calling (734) 394-5300.