Calling All Artists! Showcase your work!

Are you an artist looking to showcase your art? We may have an opportunity for you

Trinidad Carnegie Public Library is offering their space to showcase local art around the area.

— From the Trinidad Carnegie Public Library

The Art Wall at the library has been a bit dormant since the pandemic hit, but with more and more visitors coming to the library, it’s time to remind everyone about this free resource.

We have plenty of wall space equipped with a great hanging system. We will provide a custom-designed poster and description cards for the individual pieces. We will also help with promotion via our social media, website and email, and we will notify the local newspapers of your exhibit. There is absolutely no commission or fees of any kind, and sales will be by direct communication between the artist and the buyer. Exhibits are one month long, starting on the first of every month.

If you, or anyone you know may be interested email or call the library and ask for Tom.

contact number: 719-846-6841

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