Ongoing Non-Juried Exhibits

Closed by Wendy Gulock

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Active members are encouraged to participate in the following non-juried exhibit opportunities at local businesses throughout Ann Arbor (hanging dates are announced in our newsletters and emailed announcements), where many members have had their artwork purchased without any commission charged by the sites.
 
A flat fee of $10 per artist is charged per hanging (regardless of the number of pieces hung), and is collected by the site coordinators at the time of hanging.
 
Shows change every 8-12 weeks, depending on the site, and all work must remain hanging for the show’s duration.
 
All work should be framed, wired, and ready to hang with contact information attached to the back. Please note: Although these exhibitions are non-juried exhibitions, unsuitable works (improperly framed; damaged or poorly constructed; inappropriate subject matter, etc.) will be refused.
 
A $5 penalty is charged for each piece that is not picked up at the appointed time at all exhibitions, and AAWA is not responsible for work not picked up at the conclusion of exhibitions.
 
All artists should make sure that their artwork is covered by their homeowners insurance, as not all of our venues cover liability for loss or damage. 
 

8074 Main Strett
Dexter, MI
 
Artists’ work will be on display for 2 months at a time. (Exhibits change in Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec.) For more information or to add your name to the list of those interested in participating, please contact Rose Bradley or Tom Rosenbaum (contact info in member directory).
 
 

123 W. Washington
Ann Arbor, MI 
 
Exhibits are rotated every 2 months at this busy cafe, no nudes or violent/controversial material allowed.  (Change of work occurs on or near the first of the month in Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept and Nov) For more information or to add your name to the list of those interested in participating, please contact Jaye Harrer (contact info in member directory).

604 E. Liberty
Ann Arbor, MI  (UM Campus in old Borders building)
 
Exhibits are rotated every 2 months at this busy cafe, no nudes or violent/controversial material allowed. The owner loves landscapes and nature themes. (Change of work occurs on or near the first of the month in Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept and Nov) For more information or to add your name to the list of those interested in participating, please contact Sue Cutler or Shirley Bavonese (contact info in member directory).

3393 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor, MI  
 
Exhibits are rotated every 2 months at this busy cafe, no nudes or violent/controversial material allowed.  (Change of work occurs on or near the first of the month in Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept and Nov) For more information or to add your name to the list of those interested in participating, please contact Joyce Bailey and Ken Bailey (contact info in member directory).

2530 S. Maple
Ann Arbor, MI
 
Bright, cheerful, and uplifting 2-D works of art are always appreciated by the staff and clientele of this non-profit counseling center that promotes the empowerment of women and girls. (Work changes at the beginning of Mar, June, Sept and Dec.)  For more information or to add your name to the list of those interested in participating, please contact Sally Silvennoinen or Lesli Weston (contact info in member directory).