The Center is located in the heart of the historic Mills Avenue district in Orlando Florida.
Exhibition space includes the 40’ x 35’ (1,400 square foot) Gallery. The Gallery is the main meeting room at The Center. The Center houses the only uncensored art gallery in Central Florida. It is one of only twelve such GLBT art galleries around the country. Art is displayed for an entire month. Each artist represents very diverse sensibilities, but is united in their desire to create work that is both passionate and eloquent.
Exhibits rotate every month and feature a mix of local emerging artists and artists from the Central Florida region. Artists are chosen by the Show Selection Committee of the Center, who meets bi-weekly.
Please submit a description of your proposal for an exhibit. The exhibit should feature a new work created for the show. The Committee will evaluate proposals based on a variety of factors including compatibility with our mission, funding opportunities, and curatorial engagement.
In order to get a sense of the proposal, please submit 10 – 12 images of recent works in high resolution tif or jpg format on CD-ROM or email firstname.lastname@example.org, accompanied by a listing of the title, medium, year and size of each work. If you wish to have the prices included on The Center website please provide your asking price. Please include a resume and biography. If proposing a group show, include the above materials for all artists involved.
Materials May Be Mailed or Hand Delivered To:
946 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
Attn: Show Selection Committee
You will receive a response approximately two weeks from the time of your submission from the Show Selection Committee. If selected, you will be required to sign a Contract for the Exhibition of Artwork in The Center Gallery. There is a $100 donation hanging/show fee payable at the time of signing. Art work sales are the artist’s responsibility. All proceeds from the sale of art go to the artist; there is no commission on sales required by The Center. An opening reception is suggested. Artist(s) are responsible for the reception (the Center has caterers and bar tenders available) and for advertising their show. The Center will provide web exposure on this website and in our newsletter.