The Millspace Gallery is a nonprofit community art gallery run by its artist members and overseen by The Lamprey Arts and Culture Alliance (LACA). The gallery is located in the Millspace, a volunteer-run community civic space in the Newmarket Mills. The gallery’s mission is to promote and exhibit the work of both emerging and experienced local artists, as well as to foster an environment for education and creative fellowship. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com.
Saturday – Sunday, 11 AM – 3 PM
Or by appointment.
An exploration of what’s beneath our feet. Bugs, lava, bones, caves, water…
Exhibit Dates: August 19 – September 17
Closing reception: September 14, 6-8pm
Works by Natasha Dikareva and Alex Leith
Exhibit Dates: September 30 – November 4
Opening reception: September 30, 6-8pm
Below are details on how to apply for LACA artist membership and what membership entails. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, ideas, or want to request a tour. Keep in mind that we are all volunteers looking to foster something special for the community.
HOW TO APPLY: Submit 5-10 images of your original work and a brief (150 word maximum) artist biography to email@example.com with the subject: ARTIST MEMBER APPLICATION.
Need some guidance with the artist’s biography? The artist’s biography should always be written in the third person point of view. Consider answering the following questions:
Preference may be given to artists that reside in, have a studio space or a business address in Newmarket, New Hampshire, the directly surrounding towns, and the towns that boast access to the Lamprey River. With that said, all artists who wish to join our community will be considered.
You may also include a resume, reviews, press, and/or a link to your website where a body of work can be seen and/or information about your creative endeavors can be explored.
With that said, we are interested in emerging artists as well as experienced artists. We believe that all persons are entitled to equal opportunities, and we do not discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, physical disability, medical condition, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.
Materials may be reviewed by the gallery coordinators and/or other members of the LACA board of directors.
For every work sold, we do a 65/35 (Artist / LACA) split. Checks can be picked up at the Millspace after the exhibition closes . There are no checks in the mail.
BENEFITS AND OBLIGATIONS
The Millspace Gallery is a volunteer-run gallery. It is run by its artist members. LACA artist membership offers the benefits of a venue to exhibit and sell a variety of artwork including but not limited to painting, block print, jewelry, photography, pottery, sculpture, wood working, and fiber art. The Millspace Gallery also aims to offer space for cultural discovery and retail sales. The gallery can accommodate large pieces as well as shows with many works on display. The space can also feature sculptural and 3D installations.