FAQ for Artists

Q. What is your exhibit space like?

A. We have gallery space with track lighting and a hanging system in our lower level gallery. We also have some limited exhibit space on our second floor, as well as lawn that may be used for outdoor sculpture installations.

Q. Are there any restrictions on who can exhibit or what types of artwork can be shown?

A. In general, the artists who exhibit at The Wood have a connection to New England. We are happy to exhibit a wide variety of media, however our ability to host large, 3-dimensional installations is limited by our gallery space.

Q. Is there a fee for exhibiting at The Wood?

A. We do not charge artists for exhibiting their work. Nor do we pay for art to be exhibited.

Q. Can I sell my artwork at The Wood?

A. You are welcome to provide a price list along with your exhibit. However, we ask that all artwork remains on display for the duration of the exhibit. Artists are responsible for negotiating and transacting their own sales.

Q. Could I offer a workshop, demonstration, lecture, etc. to the public to accompany my exhibit?

A. We love when an artist is willing to offer a program (or two!) to complement their exhibit! Programs can targeted to adults or children. Be creative and we’ll help you plan a successful program that will be part of our publicized calendar. We will take care of program registration. We will gladly negotiate a reasonable fee for sharing your time and talent.

Q. Whom should I contact about exhibiting at the Wood?

A. Artists interested in showing at Wood are encouraged to submit your contact information here:

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