The Artist shall request an “Application for an Art Exhibit” from the Library and submit to the Exhibit Library, with biographical information and pictures or samples of work attached to it.
The affidavit, which is an integral part of the application, shall fully and unconditionally release the Library from any and all claims, demands, or suits in the event of damage to the property of the Artist, from any cause whatsoever.
After the application has been approved by the advisory council, the Artist will be notified of the time to bring the material to the Library premises and the time to remove it there from. No work may be left in or on the premises more than 24 hours after the agreed time for its removal. No exhibit may be removed or any item exchanged without proper identification and arrangements for its removal.
Members of the advisory committee will supervise the placement of the Artist’s work.
The average recommended duration of an exhibit is 4 weeks (one month).
A price list will be available to be shown to interested patrons. The prospective buyer will deal directly with a library representative. There is a twenty-five percent commission taken from all work sold in the gallery and on any orders or commissions resulting from the exhibit for the next six months.
The Artist will prepare and send a publicity release to the Library for review. A copy of the approved release will be given to the Exhibitor and news media.