Sales Gallery Artists 

SALES GALLERY INFORMATION 

If the terms below are suitable to you, please continue with the process of becoming a sales gallery artist by emailing the Carnegie Arts Center at art@carnegieartscenter.com or by stopping by the office.  Please have the following information prepared to email or to provide to office staff. (name, phone, address, email)  We would also like at least three examples of your work.  You can present  photos or the actual physical pieces.  Once your work is approved you will need to fill out two forms.  One will be an agreement between you and Carnegie Sales Corp, the other will be a list of your works for sale and their prices.  

 

  1.  Carnegie Arts Center accepts art on consignment for sale through the Carnegie Sales Corporation.  Items for sale will be accepted only with the approval of the Carnegie Arts Center Sales Committee or other persons designated by the Carnegie Arts Center Board of Directors.
  2. The commission of 35% will be charge for all works sold.  Artists should price their work to include this amount. Sales checks are sent out usually within 15 days of the next month after merchandise sold.  All works are sold through the Carnegie Sales Corporation. 
  3. Work offered to the public must be the original work of the artist.  Its concept must also be original.  It must not copy another artist’s work or published photographs.  Prints or studies are acceptable.
  4. 2 dimensional art work must be labeled stating the artists name, title, medium and price of the item.  An inventory list is appreciate.
  5. Framed work must be ready to hang, wire preferred.
  6. Unframed matted prints, notepaper, cards and such materials which are made in quantity may, if they are original work of the artists, be accepted for sale.  These items must be protected in a clear cover.
  7. Glass, jewelry, pottery, and other 3 dimensional items may be accepted for sale.
  8. Items which are made from “kits” may be accepted for sale, by sales committee, only during special times such as the Christmas sales season or Heritage Days.  The times will be decided by the sales committee and the Gallery Director.
  9. If an artist wishes to remove work from Carnegie Arts Center, he/she must give previous notice so that paperwork can be properly completed.
  10. The artist is expected to deal with Carnegie Arts Center in person. (i.e. email, phone, message)  If the artist is represented by an agent, Carnegie Arts Center must have a copy of the notarized contract which gives the agent permission to act for the artist.  If the artist is a minor, the artist’s parents can represent the artist in business with the Carnegie Arts Center.
  11. No purchased work may be removed from the Carnegie Arts Center building until full payment has been made.
  12. All gift artists (jewelry, glassware, pottery, cards and prints or other sales gallery items) may keep their merchandise at the Carnegie Arts Center for a period of one year.  Merchandise with a retail value of over $100, may be shown for a period of two years.  Within a 90-day period after the one/ two years, you must pick up or change out your merchandise.  After all efforts to reach you have been exhausted within the 90-days, your merchandise will become the property of Carnegie Arts Center.
  13.  Carnegie Arts Center accepts art on consignment for sale through the Carnegie Sales Corporation.  Items for sale will be accepted only with the approval of the Carnegie Arts Center Sales Committee or other persons designated by the Carnegie Arts Center Board of Directors.
  14. The commission of 35% will be charge for all works sold.  Artists should price their work to include this amount. Sales checks are sent out usually within 15 days of the next month after merchandise sold.  All works are sold through the Carnegie Sales Corporation. 
  15. Work offered to the public must be the original work of the artist.  Its concept must also be original.  It must not copy another artist’s work or published photographs.  Prints or studies are acceptable.
  16. 2 dimensional art work must be labeled stating the artists name, title, medium and price of the item.  An inventory list is appreciate.
  17. Framed work must be ready to hang, wire preferred.
  18. Unframed matted prints, notepaper, cards and such materials which are made in quantity may, if they are original work of the artists, be accepted for sale.  These items must be protected in a clear cover.
  19. Glass, jewelry, pottery, and other 3 dimensional items may be accepted for sale.
  20. Items which are made from “kits” may be accepted for sale, by sales committee, only during special times such as the Christmas sales season or Heritage Days.  The times will be decided by the sales committee and the Gallery Director.
  21. If an artist wishes to remove work from Carnegie Arts Center, he/she must give previous notice so that paperwork can be properly completed.
  22. The artist is expected to deal with Carnegie Arts Center in person. (i.e. email, phone, message)  If the artist is represented by an agent, Carnegie Arts Center must have a copy of the notarized contract which gives the agent permission to act for the artist.  If the artist is a minor, the artist’s parents can represent the artist in business with the Carnegie Arts Center.
  23. No purchased work may be removed from the Carnegie Arts Center building until full payment has been made.
  24. All gift artists (jewelry, glassware, pottery, cards and prints or other sales gallery items) may keep their merchandise at the Carnegie Arts Center for a period of one year.  Merchandise with a retail value of over $100, may be shown for a period of two years.  Within a 90-day period after the one/ two years, you must pick up or change out your merchandise.  After all efforts to reach you have been exhausted within the 90-days, your merchandise will become the property of Carnegie Arts Center. 

Gallery Hours

Tuesday Through Saturday

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Closed Sundays & Mondays

 

 

Admission

FREE ADMISSION

Wheelchair Accessible

 

 

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Contact Us

Carnegie Arts Center

204 W 4th St

Alliance  NE  69301

Phone/Fax  308-762-4571

art@carnegieartscenter.com

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