Bring art to The Mount, for those who can’t go out to see it

This isn’t your usual “call for artists” – this is a request for artists to show their work where it’ll be seen by people who can’t go out to enjoy it elsewhere any more. The announcement:

Providence Mount St. Vincent is looking for Artists to display their work in our McAllister Hall Art Gallery.

The art gallery at Providence Mount St. Vincent displays local art on a monthly basis featuring a different artist each month. The main goal of this program is to provide enjoyment and artistic culture for our residents, since many of them are no longer physically able to visit art galleries. We offer artist the ability to sell her or his art with the request that 20 percent be donated to our Foundation. The gallery is located on the second floor entrance on the west side of the building–a high traffic area within the Mount. The art is viewed by residents, staff, families of residents, volunteers, and visitors. We insure the art while it’s on display to protect it from any possible damage and offer a reception in the artist’s honor.

The months of June, August, October, November and December are currently open in 2012. Please contact Anna Cronin at or 206.938.6242 for more information.

1 Reply to "Bring art to The Mount, for those who can't go out to see it"

  • Larry May 17, 2012 (8:11 am)

    My wife Carla is currently showing her art at The Mount. Wonderful lighting, great wall space, excellent exposure and The Mount curator is super to work with. The Residents really enjoy viewing her work too. The gallery is in a very high traffic area for viewing by both residents and their visitors. Carla also had a great art show one day and sold several pieces. This really is an excellent venue.

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