Studios to Rent
Artists’ Attic is accepting applications from emerging and established artists for occupancy of available studios with selection made by jury. Available studios include:
Studio GHI 748 sq. ft. at $618.88/mo.
Studio W 341 sq. ft. at $282.14
Studio Y 156 sq. ft. at $129.08.
Selected artists will sign a membership agreement that includes
organizational, participation, and studio time commitments. Studios are rented on a month to
month basis, rent determined by the square footage of the space. A one-month security
deposit is required, which is held in escrow against damage or failure to pay rent. Security in
The Square is provided. All utilities are included in monthly rent, and there is access to a
kitchen and common gallery space. Each studio has large windows that open to the interior of
the gallery, high ceilings, drywall, and some exposed brick walls.
Artists’ Attic studios are reserved for established and emerging fine artists actively engaged
in making visual art created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty
and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor and graphics.
Studios are to be used to create and exhibit fine art. Studio artists are expected to greet
and interact with the public, and to be present and working in their studios at least
10 hours a week. Artists are expected to sign up for regular gallery duty once per month to support the collective sales
efforts of all of our artists. Artists are expected to be present for gallery hops and to participate on at least one committee to help the collective efforts of the Attic to be a viable community.
Established fine artists have substantial professional experience (i.e. exhibitions, sales,)
and are responsible for creating their own work, not interpreting the work of others
or creating under the guidance of an instructor or mentor. An emerging fine artist is
a professional artist who is in the early stages, up to 10 years, of his/her career.
Emerging artists possess some professional experience (i.e. exhibitions, sales,) but
may not yet have established reputations as artists.
The HOW: Interested artists must submit an artist’s statement, resume, and three original
works produced within the last two years. Arrangement for drop off of submission materials can be arranged by Lora Lea or Mary. They will then be juried for membership by the membership committee. The Jury process takes 7-10 days from submission .
Artists will be notified via phone or email. There is no deadline for submission, as applications
will be considered as long as there is space available. There will be a waiting list established
once all studios are full.