Zoot invites Montana artists to display work in Bozeman gallery
Zoot Enterprises is inviting Montana artists to submit proposals for displaying their work in the Zoot Art Gallery. The museum quality gallery boasts 108 square feet of wall hanging space and large floor areas for sculpture. One exhibiting artist described it as “…arguably the finest gallery space in the area.”
Exhibits rotate approximately every three months, and are selected by the Zoot Committee for the Arts. Application materials deadline is June 30th.
When Zoot founder and CEO Chris Nelson planned Zoot’s new headquarters building he required an unusual design element: space for a dedicated, first-rate art gallery.
“Art spurs creativity in the work place and we wanted to have that environment here. It’s also important to provide local artists with a venue to display their works,” says Nelson.
All work sold through the gallery is commission-free. Underwriting is provided for artists’ opening receptions.
Public hours are 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. For further information and to download the application materials, visit www.zootartgallery.com or contact gallery coordinator Darcy Barry at email@example.com. •