In honor of Pride 2022, Krasl Art Center (KAC) seeks proposals from LGBTQIA+ artists for a dynamic window installation to remain on view for 12 months.
KAC is a vibrant regional art center and an accredited art museum. Located in Southwest Michigan, adjacent to Benton Harbor, and just 90 miles from Chicago, KAC’s mission is to ‘Inspire Meaningful Change and Strengthen Community through the Visual Arts’. KAC strives to share this mission in multiple ways onsite and throughout the community.
The Pride Window project is a high-impact display that utilizes a north-facing window on KAC’s building to capture the attention of the frequent pedestrian and vehicular traffic along Lake Boulevard – a prominent thoroughfare from the downtown and lakefront areas.
Krasl Art Center displays contemporary art indoors and out year-round. We value experimentation, innovation, excellence, timeliness and relevance. In KAC’s galleries, guests discover a safe place to experience new ideas and new media, and engage in challenging and provocative dialogue.
The Galleries: If you are an artist or curator with an exhibition concept or body of work that meets these values, please submit a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Artists and curators are encouraged to review the gallery plan to ensure proposals are scaled appropriately.
The Lab: Participants must propose an art installation to fit within a 367 square-foot gallery space by completing our online Exhibition Proposal Form by clicking here. Artists are encouraged to review the gallery plan to ensure proposals are scaled appropriately.
Exhibition proposals are reviewed on an ongoing basis and held for 2 years. Due to the quantity received, we will contact you only in the event of an exhibition opportunity.
The Shop features decorative and functional artwork handcrafted by local and regional artists. This specially curated selection supports KAC’s mission with items relevant to our community, collection, and current exhibitions. We value excellence, innovation, and experimentation in artist-made goods – including fine art, wearables, housewares, jewelry, paper products, and more. To apply or for more information, fill out our Museum Shop Artist Interest Form and a staff member will contact you.
Krasl Art Center is always looking for talented and enthusiastic Teaching Artists to add to our team! Teaching opportunities include youth and adult classes, camps, workshops and outreach programs. Please send a resume, cover letter and link to your artwork to Education Manager Nathan Margoni at email@example.com to apply.
Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff showcases artists annually in scenic Lake Bluff Park. Learn how you can be a featured artist here.