2nd Annual 5×5 Art Show

Gallery and Sale Opening

Friday, August 9th 6:00PM-8:00PM

About The Event

Arts@302’s community fundraiser returns for the second year this August! Our gallery will be packed with 200 unique artworks – each measuring 5 inches by 5 inches. Each handmade piece will be donated by a local artist and available for purchase for only $55. 100% of sales will go towards supporting Arts@302 community programming.

The opening event is free and open to the public with all art being sold first come, first serve right at 6pm. Claim your favorite piece before it’s gone! The 2nd Annual 5×5 Art Show will be on display through August 30th, 2024.

Pre-Release Party

Want your first pick of the 5x5s? This year, we will host a special Pre-Release Party at 5pm where you can purchase your favorite piece before anyone else. Tickets to this special event will be limited. More information will be coming soon!

Participating Artist Information

5×5 canvases can be picked up at Arts@302 at anytime during regular business hours. Artists of all levels of experience are welcome to create a 5×5 artwork to be featured in this show. All artworks submitted will be donated with 100% of sales going towards Arts@302 programming.

All canvases are due back July 27th at 2pm. You are welcome (and encouraged) to bring them back earlier.

5×5 Artwork Guidelines

  • The is no central theme. Your 5×5 can be anything you want that fits within our guidelines.
  • We are a family-friendly facility. Overtly political or sexual themed art will not be included.
  • Both 2D and 3D art will be accepted.
  • Traditionally a 5×5 show is limited to exactly 5 inches by 5 inches. We are allowing a select number of artworks that extend out of the canvas. These pieces shall not extend past 10″x10″. If you are interested in creating one of these select works, please let us know at the time of pickup.
  • All artwork will sell for $55 regardless of quality, notoriety, or any other factors.
  • Arts@302 reserves the right to deny artwork for the show if the work is deemed to be overtly offensive, of low quality, or for any other reason.