About The Gallery
The Janette Kennedy Gallery hosts rotating gallery exhibits throughout the year, featuring local and national artists and designers. This community gallery helps give artists the opportunity to express themselves, where they might otherwise have had a hard time finding exhibit space.
Formerly known as the South Side Gallery, the space was established in 2002 as a means for local artists, the artist's residency program and the community at-large to exhibit their artwork. This gallery differs from other galleries in that it does not administer a fee for use of the space, nor has it charged a commission on pieces sold. In 2004, the space was renamed in memoreium of Janette Kennedy, a beloved colleague, friend and South Side resident.
Artists who have exhibited in the gallery come from all disciplines, including media such as sculpture, ceramics, video, textiles, paintings, drawings, music, graphic art, found objects and site-specific installations.
Artists who have exhibited in the Janette Kennedy Gallery include a diverse mix of local and national personalities.
Rolando Diaz, Art Love Magic, Heather Gorham, Brian Bozworth, Limbert Fabian, Jennifer Morgan, Juan Gonzales, Kittie Beletic, Esther Kibby, Jeff Scott, Grant Smith, Misty Keasler, Veronica De Anda.
Kip Frace (NY), Annie Murdock (NY), Lisa Carrol (CA), Grace Slick, The Artwork of John Lennon, The Artwork of Janis Joplin.
Fabian Peake/Phillida Barlow (England), David Sequira (Australia), Sun Don Kim (Korea) Photos by Guillermo Kahlo (Mexico).
Apply To Exhibit Your Work In The Gallery
Availability and content are subject to approval. To apply, email your request along with artwork samples from the proposed exhibit.
Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org