Friday, January 31
The Galleries of Brookview Golden Valley hosts Artist Showcase!
Be FIRST to see this new exhibition of work by 40 local artists from St. Louis Park and Golden Valley.
Be IN THE AUDIENCE
at the public premiere of
and an inspired concert by
Create in VIRTUAL REALITY
with local VR artists experts
in our VR Immersion Gallery.
5:00 - Meet the 2020 Artists, People's Choice voting
5:00 - Virtual Reality (VR) Gallery by REM5 Laboratory
6:00 - Music by GST
6:30 - Dream Art with Sheila Asato
7:00 - “Master Servant” and
Golden Valley Orchestra
Dvorak and Brahms with film
shown as part of the concert.
8:00 - Music by the Red Knotes
8:00 - Dream Art with Sheila Asato
The Galleries @
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Jackie Adelmann, Photography
Sheila Asato, Digital painting
Shelli Burns, Clay/ceramics
Jaime Chismar, Digital print
Coco Connolly, Watercolor
Michèle Coppin, Painting on glass
CM Evans, Acrylic
Linda Frankenstein, Alcohol ink
Kaye Freiberg, Acrylic
Judith Goebel, Graphite & watercolor, textile
Stacia Goodman, Reclaimed wood and blocks
Sam Johnson, Watercolor and ink
John Kluchka, Ink Prints
Julie Anne Koehnen, Film
Richard Lang, Pastel
Laura Lazowski, Encaustic
Maren Legeros, Cut paper
Jennifer Lowinger, Oil
Juliana Lueneburg, Papercutting
Lance Lueneburg, Mixed media/acrylic
John Markovich, Photography
Sally Minsberg, Watercolor
Kristan Nalezny, Textile
Dina Prohofsky, Acrylic
Tina Prokosch, Acrylic
Kellie Rae Theiss, Acrylic
Gerri Reid Skjervold, Tempera collage
Janice Reuland, Acrylic, paper, ink
David Roers, Surreal photography
Amy Sands, Monoprint, serigraph, lasercut
Cindy Skjei, Watercolor
Kathilyn Solomon, Chalk pastel, oil pastel
Jennifer Stice, Watercolor
Denise Tennen, Glazed ceramic
Heather Villars, Acrylic gouache
Artist Showcase builds connections between local artists and our communities. We encourage all artists and creatives who live, work or learn in Golden Valley or St. Louis Park or to submit work for the Artist Showcase.
Artist Showcase submissions may be work in 2D, 3D, and film/video/animation.
September 1 - 30, 2019
January 31, 2020, 5-9pm
February 1 - March 7, 2020
All the Details...
The Artist Showcase is a community art exhibit celebrating artists in St. Louis Park and Golden Valley, and building connections between local artists and our communities. We encourage all artists and creatives who live, work or study in St. Louis Park or Golden Valley to submit work for the Artist Showcase.
The Artist Showcase is presented at The Galleries of Brookview Golden Valley. The exhibit opening reception is January 31, 2020 from 5pm-9pm. The exhibit is on open display February 1 - March 7.
Online submission is open September 1-30, 2019. Artists are notified of selection by November 8. Any one person may submit up to three works of 2D, 3D, and/or projected digital/film art. Our goal is to display work from as many artists as possible, but display space is limited and we may not be able to accommodate all submissions. The Artist Showcase displays a wide variety of work in many sizes, so we encourage artists submitting multiple works to include a variety of sizes, if available.
Work must be submitted by an individual artist (one person) who lives, works, or studies in St. Louis Park or Golden Valley, MN.
Works must be appropriate for public display for all ages in our cities' spaces. Works must not be offensive or condescending towards any race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation, and must not be used to promote or oppose political views.
Works must be original and may not have been displayed in St. Louis Park or Golden Valley city displays or exhibits previously.
Work delivered for display in the Artist Showcase must be the work pictured and submitted in this submission—no unapproved changes may be made.
2D artwork must be mounted and ready-to-hang.
3D artwork must be freestanding, or fit in the enclosed pedestal/vitrine size 23" x 24" x 24".
Film/video/animation works must be short-form (under 40 minutes).
Please include a URL (web address, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc) to a picture of your work. For digital/film submissions, please include a URL to a video of your complete work (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
Need Help? Ask a friend, family, teacher or visit your local library for assistance. Step-by-step guide to create a URL:
Acknowledgement of Risks, Release of Claims, and Indemnification:
As the artist applying to have my artwork displayed, I acknowledge and affirm the following: The artwork to which this application relates is owned only and entirely by me. No one else has any claim of interest or right to all or any part of the artwork or materials used to make it, either now or during the period it will be displayed. I acknowledge and assume all risks, known and unknown, inherent or otherwise, associated with the display of my artwork. I acknowledge the risk of loss due to damage or theft. I understand in signing this document that I surrender my right to make a claim or file a lawsuit against the Organizers, St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts, Golden Valley Arts, the City of Golden Valley past, present, or future appointed or elected officials, employees, representatives, agents, insurers, affiliated agencies, organizations, successors, and assigns (collectively “the Organizers”), for personal injury or property damage. I hereby release and forever discharge the Organizers of and from any and all claims, demands, damages, actions, causes of action, obligations, liabilities, expenses, costs, attorneys’ fees, proceedings, and judgments, both known and unknown, fixed or contingent, liquidated or unliquidated, direct or derivative, and of whatsoever kind, nature, and description, under
the Constitution of the United States or any state, or any state or federal law or laws or of the common law, concerning, arising from, or related to the display of my artwork. In the event that any claim or demand should be made or litigation instituted against any party or parties arising out of or with respect to the artwork to which this application relates, I must indemnify and hold the Organizers harmless from and against such claims, demand or litigation, including all attorneys’ fees and costs incurred with respect to such matters. I also grant permission to the Organizers to use and publish photographs or video of me and/or my artwork for advertising, promotion, and any other purpose and in any manner or medium.
By submitting your application, you agree to all statements in this application and acknowledge that the information provided in this application is accurate and complete.
MAXIMUM 100 WORDS - If accepted to the Artist Showcase, your name appears in the exhibit program. Optionally, an Artist Statement (below) is also included. Describe information about yourself and your work. DO NOT include specific descriptions of individual works, as the statement is only shown in the exhibit program. Artwork installation includes tags with Title, Artist, City, Price, Program Number. Artwork sales information may be included in your Artist Statement, and must include a way for buyers to contact you. Other contact information submitted above is ONLY used for administrative purposes, and is not included in the exhibit program unless included in your Artist Statement.
Sales of Work:
Artists are responsible for all sales of their work, and must communicate with customers directly. If your work is for sale, you must include a way for interested buyers to contact you in your "Artist Statement" in the previous section. Artist Showcase receives no commission on sales. Artists maintain 100% of their sales.
Artwork Submission URL Instructions
Images of your artwork may be linked from an artist website, Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, Facebook, Instagram, or anywhere else you can provide a link to view online. If your work is not already posted somewhere online, you may follow the steps below to create a link for free.
Note: By following the instructions below, your image is posted privately and viewable only to those with the link to your upload. Your upload is not be posted publicly or viewable to others unless you create an account and choose to post “To Community.”
Save a picture of your artwork to your computer’s Desktop. Note: if you need assistance with this or any future steps, please visit your local library or contact Jamie Marshall at or 952-928-6422.
Go to www.imgur.com and click “New Post” in the upper left-hand corner.
Click “Choose Photo/Video”
On the left-hand column of the window that opens, click “Desktop,” click the picture you would like to upload, and click “Open.”
Click the URL to highlight it, and then press Ctrl + C (or right-click, Copy) to copy the URL.
Open the Artwork Submission form, complete the required information. In the “Submission Link” box, press Ctrl + V (or right-click, Paste) to paste your work's URL for only that one submission.
Repeat this process for each of your submissions (up to 3)