Corridor Gallery

Detail from Robert Ketchens Sharecroppers Series Painting Detail from Robert Ketchens Sharecroppers Series Painting

The corridor that spans the Carbondale Civic Center has been managed as gallery space by
Carbondale Community Arts since the building was opened in 2000 and has displayed works by
more than 200 local, and regional artists and by visiting artists from around the world. Works
are exhibited free of charge, and exhibiting artists are able to offer their works for sale, subject
to a standard commission. The Gallery includes approximately 120 running feet of available
wall space and is equipped with a picture rail to facilitate the installation of artworks.

At various times during the year CCA coordinates open or invitational group shows, often
themed to coordinate with community events. At other times, the space is available for
individual shows by community artists subject to completion of an exhibit application form and
CCA staff review.

Exhibits are typically installed for a one-month period, during which CCA hosts a meet-the-
artist reception.

For more information about exhibiting at the gallery go to the Apply to Exhibit tab under Galleries and Public Art Section to submit a proposal. Any questions please contact the CCA office.

Corridor Gallery Floor Plan

Image Gallery

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