The Public Gallery Program (The Program) is a partnership between the City of Marquette Office of Arts and Culture and Peter White Public Library aimed at providing inclusive and accessible exhibit space for both artists and audience. Bi-monthly exhibits rotate within two galleries; the Deo Gallery and the Huron Mountain Club Gallery. Exhibits feature fine art created by local and regional artists and curated exhibits that explore locally inspired themes.
Artists and Curators of all ages, mediums, and backgrounds are encouraged to propose exhibits. The call for exhibit proposals occurs annually with no application fee. Gallery spaces are free to visit during Library hours. Opening reception events offer an opportunity for connection between artist and audience and a deeper cultural experience. The Program serves as a valuable educational resource, fostering an appreciation of the arts, local culture, and encouraging lifelong learning.
For more information about the public gallery program check out the homepage: Public Gallery Program – MQTCompass.com
To apply as an artist, see the listing in our Creative Classifieds: Opportunities | MQTCompass.com
Explore the Deo Gallery Archive here: Deo Gallery – MQTCompass.com