Kenosha’s Pollard Gallery undergoing a ‘face-lift’

KENOSHA — The Pollard Gallery, 518 56th St. in downtown Kenosha, is undergoing a “facelift,” with the entire layout of the gallery changing, officials said.

“One of our new ideas is a ‘small wall’ that will have art no larger than 8″ x 10″ and is very affordable,” said Brian Wolf of the gallery. “As the new design creates more space, we’re also looking for new 2D and 3D artists to join our community. Interested artists can leave a message through our Pollard Gallery Facebook page, contact Tim at [email protected] or go to the Rhode Center for the Arts website and click on the Pollard Gallery to receive the application and the process start.”

Wolf invites people to “stop by and see what you think of the gallery changes.”

In addition to the gallery changes, the venue is also gearing up for its spring exhibition, which opens March 15 and runs through April 30.

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“The show will coincide with the very popular Bowls and Books event,” said Wolf.

2D artworks up to 24″ x 30″ in size are acceptable for this show.

“The work does not have to be framed, it must be wired for hanging,” said Wolf.

The cost of submitting one or two exhibits for the exhibit (plus an entry form) is $10. Artworks can be submitted from March 2nd to 13th during the regular opening hours of the gallery: Thursday to Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. An opening reception for the Spring Show is Wednesday, March 15. For information on upcoming events, “like” the Pollard Gallery on Facebook.

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