Art Gallery

Visiting the Weston Public Library Art Gallery

Did you know that the WPL has an art gallery that shows the work of a local artist each month? There are two exhibition spaces in the library: the gallery, which has about 40 linear feet of wall space, as well as horizontal surfaces for displaying 3-D works (shelving, pedestals, narrow ledges); and a Community Room, with more than 75 feet of linear wall space. We encourage applicants to visit the library and view the rooms. Artists of all kinds are encouraged to apply and patrons can visit the gallery any time the library is open. 

  1. Call for proposals
  2. Guidelines for artists

Artists who are interested in showing in the Weston library art gallery can apply by submitting the following information to the email address below:

    5-10 images of works to be exhibited, as .jpg files (not too big!) 

    An image list with the title, medium, size, and date (Note: If you have a website with this information on it, you can send that instead.)

    A short resume or CV

    A short artist’s statement

If you have any questions about doing an exhibit, feel free to contact Paul Angiolillo at the email address or phone number below.

The Arts & Exhibitions Committee reviews submissions several times a year and gives each accepted artist a show for one calendar month. (Weston residents have preference, but all artists are welcome.)