Shows / Venues
LONGMONT ARTISTS’ GUILD SHOWS AND EVENTS
Member Show at the Great Frame Up
Calling all LAG members! We have opened up registration for our annual art show and sale at the Great Frame Up located at 430 Main St. in downtown Longmont.
Event Dates: March 9, 2018 through April 7, 2018
Artist Reception & Awards (voting!): Friday March 9th from 5 to 8pm
Deadline for Entry: February 15, 2018
Entry Fee: $35 for up to 3 pieces. Must be a current LAG member
(click here to join)
Art Pick Up: Saturday April 7th or Monday April 9th from 10am to 5pm. No exceptions.
Categories: 2D, 3D and Photography. Size is limited to space available. All artwork must be properly wired and ready to hang. No sawtooth hangers or exposed glass edges. Gallery wrapped artwork is acceptable with proper wiring.
LAG Annual Member Show - Barn A | Boulder County Fairgrounds
June 6th - 10th 2018
LAG members are hanging their artwork in venues around Longmont, thanks to our generous businesses around town that support us and support the arts. Please take some time to go and enjoy the artwork and chat with the nice folks who are giving us this great opportunity!
1448 Nelson Rd,
Longmont, CO 80501
November - December
Please call Nan Sanford
at 307-421-1255 if you are interested in showing at this venue.
2030 Mountain View Ave.
November 2017 through Mid February 2018
The Optical Center
521 Main Street, Longmont
Sun Rose Cafe
379 Main St.,
November 2017 - January 2018
Janis Buck, Jill Rumley, Susan Steven, Michel Reynolds, Martin Tobias, Mary Diamond, Jan Kirkpatrick, John Baker-Batsel, Nancy Champion, Amy Sammoury, Joe Sutcliffe, Melvin Birkey, Menja Morris, Hazel McCoy.
Contact Yvonne Ogg to display your art.
1442 Nelson Rd., Longmont
Unfortunately, City Cafe has closed their doors. We have greatly appreciated the many years we were able to share our art through this wonderful cafe.
We Have A Firm Exhibit Policy
To maintain the quality of our exhibits and shows, we have a firm policy required of all participants. Our shows and events are about much more than showing our work. They are about building community spirit and awareness of art between LAG and our communities.