Bothell seeks art for display in City Hall lobby

The deadline to apply is Saturday, Nov. 10.

  • Monday, November 5, 2018 8:30am
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Bothell City Hall displayed art by Megan Eckman in 2018, and is looking for new artists for 2019 and 2020. Photo courtesy of the city of Bothell

Bothell City Hall displayed art by Megan Eckman in 2018, and is looking for new artists for 2019 and 2020. Photo courtesy of the city of Bothell

The city of Bothell is seeking artists and/or artist groups looking to exhibit their art at the city of Bothell gallery for 2019 and 2020.

The City Hall gallery is an open space in the main lobby and hallway leading to City Council Chambers. The deadline to apply is Saturday, Nov. 10.

Artists and/or artist groups of diverse mediums are encouraged to apply. Eligible art may be two-dimensional and video art in a digital video format. Detailed specifications and a link to submit applications can be found at www.callforentry.org and by typing “City of Bothell” into the “Find Calls” search box.

“The Bothell Arts Commission is looking forward to showcasing regional artists to the Bothell community,” said DeNae McGee, the city’s tourism manager.

A panel will select artists for the gallery space based upon demonstrated or potential artistic merit. The panel considers a variety of genres, as well as geographic and cultural diversity. Applications will also be evaluated on appropriateness in concept and content for a public location.

For more information, call 425-806-6143.

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