The Homeport Gallery is a venture by Homeport to foster community development through art. It is located at 779 East Long Street, Columbus, OH 43203 in the King-Lincoln District (KLD) next to the historic Lincoln Theatre and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am–5:00pm (closes daily for lunch from 1:00pm-2:00pm) and Saturdays and Sundays by appointment.
Homeport has cemented roots in the KLD – with its Homeport Home Ownership office located on Long Street, and its work in the North of Broad (NoBo) community, an urban revitalization initiative between 20th and 22nd streets.
Establishing the Homeport Gallery further strengthens ties to the area and helps Homeport continue its original vision for NoBo – to develop an economically diverse urban community that sets a new standard in Columbus for neighborhood revitalization.
|ARTIST NAME||SHOW NAME||SHOW DATES||ARTIST BIO|
|Laura Alexander||Emergence||12.07.12 – 02.28.13||Download|
|Lisa McLymont||Cascades||04.02.13 – 05.05.13||Download|
|Suzanne Accetta||African Rhythm in Paint, Act 2||05.09.13 – 07.07.13||Download|
|Tom Kelly||The end of words||07.12.13 – 08.25.13||Download|
|Queen Brooks||The Clipboard Journals||09.19.13 – 11.03.13||Download|
|Michael Halliday||Prolific Years in Columbus, 2011-now||11.07.13 – 01.12.14||
|Lisa Cliff||Buttons & Baubles; A Mixed Media Journey of the Heart & Soul||02.06.14 – 04.06.14|
|Anna Gsanger||Home||04.10.14 – 06.15.14|
Artists must submit an artist’s statement, biography and 8-10 images of their work in one of the following formats:
• email to email@example.com
• CD with digital images or slides sent to:
Homeport Gallery, c/o Homeport, 562 East Main Street, Columbus, OH 43215
Submission materials will only be returned if we receive a self addressed and stamped return envelope.
We will contact the artists who are selected. Submission does not guarantee selection.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please!