Display Case Artist of the Month Details
The selection of the LAA Display Case Artist of the Month is by application to the Artist of the Month Committee. All details for this procedure are provided by inquiry to DCAOM Committee Chair. Those artists selected as Display Case Artists of the Month are expected to be LAA members in good standing.
– LAA member in good standing for at least 6 months
– Cannot be a Display Case DCAOM more than once in 15 months
Artists will be assigned a month to exhibit their 3-Dimensional art in the display case at the Plantation Club Gallery, having fulfilled all requirements of the Artist of the Month selection criteria.
Process & Publicity:
The DCAOM Committee Chair provides the Plantation Gallery Co-ordinator the monthly DCAOM schedule along with a bio of each artist, headshot photo, and 2-3 images of representative artwork.
Gallery Coordinator will contact each DCAOM and provide the artist with an information form to be completed and returned. This information, along with the artist’s bio will be the basis of promotional articles prepared for local print media. The Gallery Coordinator will provide DCAOM a draft of all press releases and Gallery bio for their edits and final approval.
All communication is by email unless mutually agreed and arranged otherwise. All images are supplied in jpeg format, 300dpi resolution.
Press releases and other pertinent information about the DCAOM Exhibition and reception are provided to:
And other selected media outlets, as appropriate
DCAOM artists are responsible for installing their work on the first Tuesday of the month assigned, and the take down on the first Tuesday of the succeeding month.. If necessary, it may be possible to arrange an alternative with the AOM Committee.
The work in the display cabinet, as is the work on the walls, constitutes a monthly exhibition. LAA provides red dots to show “sold”, or artist may indicate “sold” at their personal discretion, but the work must remain on display until the conclusion of the show.
LAA will print and frame a bio of each DCAOM for display in the Plantation Gallery.
Every effort is made to limit signage in the gallery in order to assure emphasis on the artwork. To maintain consistency, the AOM Committee is available to provide the DCAOM with printed labels. Information is to be provided at least two weeks prior to exhibition and includes: Title, medium, price and contact information. If DCAOM prefers to provide their own labels, they are to conform to a standard size (preferably 2×3.5 inches) and no larger than (4×4 inches) printed in a consistent typeface.
All artwork, even when sold, will remain on exhibit until the “take down” at the end of the exhibition. LAA provides red dots to show “sold”, or artist may indicate “sold” at their personal discretion, but the work must remain on display.
Display Case Details:
The display case has two adjustable shelves that hold up to 25 pounds. We ask that the shelves remain in the position you find them, and you do not put anything over 25 pounds on the glass shelves. Three overhead LED lights are incorporated into the design, plus 2 locking doors. The dimensions are:
Size: 48″L x 20″D x 76″H.
47-1/2″H Display area
5-1/2″H Light box
Shelves are set at three heights:
Top – 10”
Bottom – 22”