“Works of the Body” is a group invitational celebrating the church through original works of visual art. The Gallery at Warehouse 242 invites all members of the church body to submit artwork. As Jesus followers, we come together with our differing abilities, thoughts, and gifts to create the church body as a unified whole. We now want to bring together our differing works of art from the body to see what this unity looks like on our gallery walls. If you are a current or former member of Warehouse 242, or call Warehouse home, we want YOUR artworks! We welcome any type of visual art, including sculpture and photography.
The Opening Reception for “Works of the Body“ will be held in conjunction with the 20th anniversary celebration of Warehouse 242 on Friday, September 13, beginning at 7pm.
The deadline for submitting artworks to Warehouse 242 is Sunday, Sept 8th. Drop off times will be held at the Gallery at Warehouse 242 at the following times:
Friday 9/6, 5pm-7pm
Saturday 9/7, 11am-1pm,
Sunday 9/8, 1130am-1230pm.
We will have am Artist Info & Contract form for the Artist to fill out during drop off times. You may also fill out a copy online. Please click here to download the contract and bring with you at the time of submission.
-Limit is 2 artworks per artist.
-Please have artworks wired and ready to hang.
-We can accommodate some unframed paper works, but please include binder clips to hang artworks, and note that artworks will not be as safe from possible wear and tear.
-Please inquire regarding any artworks that are larger than 30” x 30”.
-All artworks will be accepted, unless the discretion of Warehouse 242 Visual Arts Team decides otherwise.
-75% of sales will go to the Artist, and 25% of sales will go to Warehouse 242, with all proceeds contributing to the mission of the church locally and around the world.
-If you do not wish to have artwork for sale, you may indicate this preference on the contract form.
Thanks for considering a submission to “Works of the Body,” and if you have any questions, please contact Molly Wilbanks