RESIDENT ARTISTS:


The d'Art Center houses working artist studios on-site. These professional resident artists create and sell original artworks, representing a variety of media and aesthetics. Resident artists also engage in community service by interfacing with the public, providing free demonstrations and discussions. Resident artists are required to maintain a minimum of 25 studio hours per week, during d'Art Center operational hours. Active participation in d'Art Center events is also expected. D'Art resident artists pay subsidized monthly rents to the organization. 
New resident artists are accepted periodically through a jury process. An open call is advertised on the d'Art website and through electronic newsletters. This call includes specific information on submission materials, spaces available, and criteria for resident artists. Juries currently open every Fall. 

To receive information about upcoming juries, when open, please contact Amanda Bradley at cd@d-artcenter.org to have your email added to our newsletter list. 


ASSOCIATE ARTISTS:


The d'Art Center represents associate artists, with a dedicated area devoted to displaying their original artworks. Associates are professional artists representing a wide variety of media and aesthetics. The d'Art Center handles sales of associate artist works, and with a reduced commission of 20%. Associates are also invited, and encouraged, to participate in d'Art Center events. D'Art associate artists currently pay $30.00 per month for representation. 
New associate artists are accepted periodically through a jury process. An open call is advertised on the d'Art website and through electronic newsletters. This call includes specific information on submission materials, spaces available, and criteria for associate artists. Juries currently open every Fall. 

To receive information about upcoming juries, when open, please contact Amanda Bradley at cd@d-artcenter.org to have your email added to our newsletter list. 


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