St. Anthony Hospital Gallery
Exhibiting Your Artwork at the MGMoA Gallery in St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital
- The gallery space is the North side of the main hallway, connecting the old and new sections of St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital. The hallway is 54 feet long, with about 44 feet of usable display space. Artwork is displayed for 4 months.
- The artwork needs to be ready to hang. The MGMoA curator will meet with approved artists to discuss placement and will hang the exhibit. Because it is a hallway, no artwork can interfere with the movement of people in the hallway. The maximum depth of the pieces is 4 inches due to ADA restrictions.
- Please keep in mind the wide range of reasons people might be in the hospital; therefore, the artwork needs to be calming and comforting. Artists should avoid shocking, depressive or angry imagery, and images with an abundance of red or black hues.
- The MGMoA will fabricate the labels for each exhibit. Approved artists should send the text at least one week before installation. Artists can have an introductory panel as well as individual labels for the artworks. Prices cannot be listed on the labels. There is a brochure holder for brochures or cards that the artist can provide.
- The artist is welcome to sell their work; however, it must be kept on the wall until the end of the exhibit. The MGMoA does NOT engage in sales during exhibitions. There will not be a value or sale price indicated on your label. If you are open to selling your artwork, we will be happy to give interested parties your contact information IF you indicate that on your loan agreement.
You will be asked to upload a copy of your vita and up to 2 JPGs featuring your work in order to complete this form. Each of the upload fields can support up to 10MB. However, the form can only support a total of 20MB. Please try to keep your files to 5MB each. Questions? Please contact the MGMoA Curatorial Department.