Opportunities for Artists

Small Things Considered

Small Things Considered is the gallery's annual year-end art exhibition of works 10 x 10 inches or smaller. Florida artists working in all media excluding video/sound and installation art may apply.. Only original artwork will be considered. Applicants must be 18 years or older.

Submission Dates: Saturday, September 26 - Saturday, October 24, 2020
Notification: Saturday, October 31
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 5, 4-7 PM
Exhibition Dates: December 5, 2020 - January 5, 2021
Accepted artwork is to be delivered between November 17-28 and the pick up of unsold artwork is to take place between January 6-13.


Located within Arts on Douglas, the alt_space gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to Florida artists from various contemporary genres including: conceptual art, site specific installation, new media, digital media, video, sculpture, or other experimental practices. The space was conceived to provide emerging and established visual artists with an alternative space to show their work, as well as to provide a platform to engage the community in a dialogue about art process, methodology, concepts, and materials. 

TO APPLY:  E-mail a current Curriculum Vitae, artist statement (include details on process if applicable), and a detailed proposal, including sample images, quantity of work and approximate dimensions to altspace@artsondouglas.net. 

Note: Exhibitions are scheduled 1-2 years in advance and immediate opportunities are not available. Due to the high volume of submissions regularly received, we cannot respond to each individual request.  If the gallery is interested in exhibiting your work in the alt_space, you will be contacted directly.

For reference, you may download gallery floorplan HERE

Gallery Representation:

Arts on Douglas represents a stable of approximately 40 artists working in a range of mediums and styles from across the state of Florida. From time to time, the gallery looks to add new Florida artists to its roster.   Once selected for representation, artists must be able and willing to deliver new work 3 times per year to coincide with regular inventory change-outs. Represented artists are also eligible to participate in periodic group and solo exhibitions.  Artists must not have current representation in Volusia County, must agree to a 50/50 commission split, and must sign the Arts on Douglas Gallery/Artist Agreement prior to acceptance.
TO APPLY:  E-mail a current Curriculum Vitae, letter of interest, and small sampling of artwork (attach no more than 6 jpg files of artwork representative of your style) to submissions@artsondouglas.net. Make sure to include a link to your website and copies of recent press clippings if applicable.  
Note: Due to the high volume of submissions regularly received, we cannot respond to each individual submission.  If the gallery is interested in pursuing representation of an artist, they will be personally contacted.