Covington City Hall Art Gallery – Call for artists

The city of Covington is currently accepting submissions from local and regional visual artists.

  • Monday, February 5, 2018 12:09pm
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Covington City Hall Art Gallery - Call for artists

The following is a press release from the city of Covington.

The city of Covington, in conjunction with the Covington Arts Commission, is currently accepting submissions from local and regional visual artists to exhibit their original artwork during the 2018 gallery season at Covington City Hall.

All mediums, including painting, drawing, photography and mixed media may be submitted. Display months are April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December.

Selected artists will display their work for one month. Display artists will be selected by the Covington Arts Commission. Note that the city’s annual art purchase will be made from one of the artists selected to display during the 2018 season.

The City of Covington opened its City Hall Art Gallery in 2004. Since that time, approximately 120 local artists and groups have displayed their artwork in the gallery.

The City of Covington Art Gallery is located in City Hall at 16720 SE 271st Street, Suite 100. There is a 26’ wall designated for art in the City Council Chambers.

In addition, there are two track systems behind the Permit Center counter in the Covington City Hall lobby. One is 13 feet long and the other is 4.5 feet long, for a total of 17.5 feet.

Email submissions go to ppatterson@covingtonwa.gov. Mail or hand deliver submissions go to Covington City Hall at

16720 SE 271st St Suite 100 Covington, Washington 98042. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, Feb. 28 by 3 p.m.




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