Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Bossier Arts Council ready to fill 7 gallery spaces with art in 2014-2015 season; apply now

Julie Crews, Ruston, La. by trudeau
Julie Crews, Ruston, La., a photo by trudeau on Flickr.

The Bossier Arts Council is open to artist submissions for the 2014-2015 Gallery Season, says Leigh Anne Chambers.

BAC will be accepting applications from March 1st- April 30th. In addition to completing the application form (download: the artist must submit 3-5 digital images of their work, artist statement, artist biography, and resume (self taught or emerging artists do not have to submit a resume).

Application packets can be mailed, dropped off (630 Barksdale Blvd), or emailed ( All applications packets must be labeled as below:

Artist Application Packet
Attention:Leigh Anne Chambers

Guilds, groups. or societies need only to submit one packet for their organization. Packets need to include an organizational bio, organizational statement, member list, and 3-5 images that best represent the groups overall aesthetic.

The Bossier Arts Council manages seven spaces in both traditional and non-traditional settings. They accept artists at all levels of career paths. Application are processed and assignments are made by the BAC Gallery Committee which is made up of professional artists and community members.

Please contact Leigh Anne Chambers, Executive Director at 318-741-8310 or via email at with any questions.

Oil composition by Julie Crews above is currently on view at Gallery Fine Arts Center - adjacent to 2Johns Restaurant.

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