The North Hills Art Center supports local artists in a variety of ways – from providing a vibrant gallery and community for showcasing artwork in our many exhibitions throughout the year, holding a private show (emerging artists), the opportunity to be an artist and educator; and to create during Open Studio Sessions.
By becoming a Member of the Art Center, artists can enjoy lower fees when entering shows and taking classes; enjoy discounts at several local art supply & framing shops and be one of the first to know about upcoming shows/events through our email newsletter. Membership also qualifies the artist to free entry in our Artisan Markets (held once or twice a year) where you can showcase your work to the many patrons who seek out our Artisan Markets.
YEARLY GALLERY SHOWS
JANUARY: Private Show (North Hills High School)
FEBRUARY: Mid-Winter Hues Show (open to all, no theme)
MARCH: Spring Paws Fundraising Art Show (open to all, animal theme)
MAY: Regional Show (open to all, no theme)
JUNE: Artisan Market or other Exhibit; Traveling Art Gallery (Northland Library)
JULY: Private Show (ask about possible opening)
AUGUST: Private Show (ask about possible opening)
SEPTEMBER: Member’s Show (open to members only, no theme)
OCTOBER: Crisis Center North Fundraising Show (open to all, no theme)
DECEMBER: Enjoy time off to create with family & friends!
Shows hosted by the North Hills Art Center include an
Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony.
All shows are open to the public. Viewing and parking is free!
Entry fee for members is $10 per piece, up to 3 pieces per show.
Entry fee for non-members is $15 per piece, up to 3 pieces per show.
There is no entry for fundraising shows unless otherwise specified. Up to 3 pieces can be entered, as space permits.
Artisan Markets are ‘craft shows’ allowing only handmade items. They are free for members to enter.
Entered pieces are NOT juried into any exhibit, however, the NHAC reserves the right to refuse any piece for content. Prints accepted for non-juried shows only. (This does not apply to photography/digital art)
The NHAC claims a 30% commission from the sale of any piece during the exhibit, whether sold by a NHAC Staff or the artist.