Visual Art Exhibition Gallery 310 is located in the historic Fine Arts Building on Michigan Avenue. Every month the gallery features a different artist's work.
Gallery 310's unique appeal lies in its diversity of the work exhibited in the form of paintings, photography, mixed media, jewelry, etc. On the Second Friday of each month, Gallery 310 hosts a reception for the featured artists. CALL FOR ARTISTS: YOUR ARTWORK DESERVES TO BE ON MICHIGAN AVENUE! BOOK NOW FOR 2012!! Where else in Chicago can you showcase your artwork in one of the most prestigious venues for only $100 each per week for a shared exhibition of two artists. Price includes a reception, musical performance, and host services. NO commission charge!!! Jewelers are also welcome to exhibit during the reception for $100 and NO commission charge. Only at Gallery 310, on the third floor of the Fine Arts Building! The Fine Arts Building is located near the Art Institute and Symphony Center. Gallery 310 has a spectacular view of Grant Park. Must see this architectural treasure! The best thing is to set up an appointment to see the space. Receptions are usually held during the Fine Arts Building Second Friday Open House from 5pm to 8pm. Now accepting applicants for 2012! Exhibitions run for a complete month minimum. Only serious applicants will be selected on a first come, first served basis. Applicants must submit at least four samples of their work via e-mail to Dr. Ayubi, who is the curator for the artwork. Contract only valid when prepaid in full. E-mail to :[email protected].
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