Call for Entries
Exhibits are chosen by a staff committee according to the needs and interests of the community, the variety of shows, the artistic quality of the works, and the suitability of format for each Library's physical space.
Applicants for Library Galleries should have a clear proposal for a compelling and feasible project that will fit appropriately in a specific gallery. The galleries seek work that is contemporary, professionally-produced, and responds to the diverse demographic of visitors that the Weber County Library System enjoys.
Proposals for work in all formats—photography, painting, drawing, folk art, and sculpture—are welcome.
How to Apply
If you wish for your art to be considered for exhibition at one of our libraries, submit samples of your work with your ELECTRONIC APPLICATION. Please include:
- 3-5 high resolution images of your work (.jpg or .png format)
- 3-5 sentence artist biography
- Social media, website, online portfolio, etc. (optional)
Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-337-2627 for more information.
ELAINE R. STEPHENS GALLERY
5568 Adams Ave, Washington Terrace • Pleasant Valley Branch
LORNA WATTIS SWANSON GALLERY
131 S 7400 E, Huntsville • Ogden Valley Branch
Tom Bettin Mixed Media Paintings
Terry Pippin Woodworking
SOUTHWEST BRANCH GALLERY
2039 W 4000 S, Roy • Southwest Branch
Christopher Lubeck Paintings
Model Car Exhibition
For More Information
5568 Adams Ave • Washington Terrace
Pleasant Valley Branch
The Elaine R. Stephens Gallery is positioned at the entrance to the Pleasant Valley Branch, greeting approximately 1,000 visitors who enter the building each day. The space features robust natural light and high ceilings. The exhibit space, 77.5 linear feet long x 12 feet 11 inches high, will accommodate large pieces with white walls and abundant natural and gallery lighting. The gallery also features a spectacular glass exhibit case, equipped with 15 large display shelves.
131 S 7400 E • Huntsville
Ogden Valley Branch
Located in Ogden Valley, the Lorna Wattis Swanson Gallery is close to 2002 Olympic venues, golf courses, and world class hiking, biking and other outdoor recreation areas. This gallery boasts the best exhibit space in the Valley, with exposure to corporate retreat participants, outdoor enthusiasts, and international visitors. Hanging exhibit space, 64.5 linear feet long x 11 feet 4 inches high, features white background and gallery lighting. The lighted exhibit case offers 5-6 adjustable shelves.
2039 W 4000 S • Roy
The Gallery is the Library´s newest initiative to promote artists as they engage the community. Positioned at the entrance to the new Southwest Branch, the Gallery greets approximately 1,000 visitors who enter the building each day. Our expansive exhibit space, 163 linear feet long x 14 feet high, will accommodate large pieces with white walls and abundant natural and gallery lighting. The gallery also features a spectacular exhibit case, equipped with 30 large display shelves.