Exhibition Opportunities



View of the Main Galleries. Photo by Gregg Rizzo.

The Krasl Art Center strives to present distinct, integral, relevant and varied exhibitions of historical and contemporary art representing diverse themes, genres and materials. Artists and curators alike are encouraged to propose new projects and exhibition concepts, as well as participate in existing exhibition opportunities at the Krasl Art Center. 

The Krasl Art Center’s Main Galleries offer 1900 square feet / 160 running feet for display and rotate 5 to 6 times per year.
Click here to view the gallery floor plan.

To propose an exhibition concept or to have your artwork considered for inclusion in an exhibition, please submit the following materials in digital format to the Krasl Art Center, attention Curator:

  • Cover Letter
  • Artist Statement or Proposal (250-500 words)
  • Current Resume
  • 12-15 JPEG images (files not to exceed 1MB each)
  • Critical reviews of your artwork may be included but are not mandatory.
Proposals are reviewed on an ongoing basis and materials will be held for 2 years for consideration.We sincerely appreciate the time taken to produce proposala. However, due to the quantity of proposals received, we will contact you only in the event of an opportunity.

Krasl artlab logo

The artlab is a venue for artists who are pushing the boundaries of medium and form. It is a 367 square foot gallery where art comes off the wall, off the pedestal and into the space. Experimentation is encouraged and emerging artists are accepted.

Proposals for the artlab are reviewed twice annually with application deadlines on November 15 and March 15.
We sincerely appreciate the time taken to produce proposals. However, due to the quantity of proposals received, we will contact you only in the event of an opportunity.

Click here to download an artlab application.

Click here to download an artlab gallery floor plan.

Detail of 2013 artlab installation by artist Rita Grendze.



As the Krasl Art Center prepares to break ground on its newly designed outdoor space in 2018, we reflect on the rich history and individuals that have made the Sculpting Community project, the Krasl Art Center, and greater Southwest Michigan community all that it is. In a similar vein, the fall artlab artist Carrie Rubinstein reflects on her family’s personal history to imaginatively create spaces that came before her lifetime.
In 2017, KAC member artists are invited to celebrate, share and honor their own past in the members’ show. Whether it is a reflection on self, others, materials, places or time, artists are invited to submit 1 never-before-seen artwork for display in the KAC galleries.
I think that we honor ourselves by honoring our past. ~ Jimi Hendrix
ARTWORK DROP-OFF Sunday, September 10, 1-4 PM & Monday, September 11, 10 AM – 6 PM
REGISTRATION Available onsite during drop-off
Not a KAC Member? JOIN NOW or when you bring in your artwork