THELMA Member Spotlight
Exhibition will be on display from September 30 – November 13, 2021
Notes from Shannon Kupfer, THELMA’s Curator
THELMA is proud to present the 2021 Member Spotlight exhibit, featuring the varied artwork from our own members! This exhibition welcomes art from all experience levels and brings them together into one diverse and unique show. With an opening reception on Thursday, September 30th from 6pm-8pm, members of the public can view the art and meet the artists behind it. The Member Spotlight allows us to show off the many talents of our THELMA members and provide a glimpse into the creativity that exists in Fond du Lac. THELMA’s mission is to enrich the community through the arts, and it is a special occasion when we can do so with artwork from within the community itself!
2021 Call for THELMA Member Artwork
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts welcomes artwork submissions for the 2021 Member exhibition. Artists must have an active membership with THELMA at the time of submission and art must remain on display throughout the exhibition period. Works in all media will be considered.
- Deadline to submit: August 21, 2021
- Notification of acceptance: by September 1, 2021
- Exhibition dates: September 30 – November 13, 2021
How to Apply
To apply, please email the following to Shannon Kupfer, Curator and Arts Education Coordinator, at [email protected] with the subject line “Member Submission”:
- Artist’s name, phone number, and preferred email
- 1-10 high-quality photos of proposed artwork. If sending photos individually, label as follows: lastname_01, with the numbers coordinating with the image list.
- An image list with the artist’s name, title, media, size, and date
Note: More than one artwork may be accepted. Artwork with individual components forming a whole (such as a triptych) can be considered one artwork submission.
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts will retain a 35% commission on all sales.
Artists are responsible for shipping to and from the gallery. Hand-delivery must be arranged with Shannon Kupfer.
All artwork is insured by THELMA while on site.
Oil paintings must be dry at time of drop-off. Paper artworks must be framed. Unframed canvases must be gallery wrapped and have clean edges. All 2D artwork must come equipped with hanging hardware. Artwork that requires outlets or technology from THELMA must be labeled as such at the time of submission.