Becoming a Featured Artist
We're always looking to showcase new artists, designers, and makers from the region. To the right here you'll see a sampling of the work that's currently on display across Neyborly galleries.
No matter your skill level, age, or experience...we are committed to providing space for you to share your wonderful talents with the community.
The Neyborly community galleries are free, inclusive, and welcoming spaces for those who want to share their creative passions and talents with others.
We are able to host any art or design work that can be hung, suspended, projected, or applied directly to walls or from ceilings. We also love to host furniture, sculptures, and large functional pieces.
If your work does not fit that description, we would love to have you at our weekly Sunday Popup Market where you can sell and promote your work for a nominal daily fee.
If your work does fit our description above, and you're still interested in being a part of the space, below are a few more details about how the Neyborly community galleries work.
How the Gallery Works
In exchange for hosting your wonderful work in our space, we promise to...
- Provide free gallery space for three-six months for you to promote and sell your work
- Give you 100% of your sales and pass on any leads or interested clients directly to you
- Show your name, description, contact info, social media, and pricing alongside your work at the community gallery
- List your artist and contact information on the Neyborly website so that people can learn more about your work and link to your website
- Post about your work on social media and share your work with our followers
To help us do this and stay in business, we ask that you consider...
- Contributing an hour per month to help improve the gallery with your skills (design, handy-work, cleaning, consulting, promotion, etc.)
- Posting and tagging the Neyborly community gallery on social media once in a while
- Joining our Sunday Popup Market to sell your work and meet a great group of local artists, makers, and entrepreneurs