Monmouth Arts - FAQ

105 Monmouth St.

Red Bank, NJ 07701

732.212.1890

The programs of Monmouth Arts are made possible in part by funds from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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FAQ

How do I become a Monmouth Arts member?

Visit our Become a Member page!

 

What are the benefits of a Monmouth Arts membership?

Visit our Become a Member page or download our Member Benefits guide.

 

What is the process to have my artwork included in the Artist Registry?

Inclusion in the Artist Registry is one of Monmouth Arts’ Member Perks. You can become a member by going to our Become a Member page. Once you’ve joined, you can submit yourself to our artist registry by emailing Connie Isbell at connie@monmoutharts.org.

 

How do I find a gallery to represent my work?

It takes a bit of research to find galleries that would be a best fit for your work, but it is the only way to actually get into a gallery. Check www.art-collecting.com: this site has fairly comprehensive lists of galleries and museums throughout the United States by State and City, with links to their websites, plus a host of other info. Once you have these lists, you can research the galleries in areas where you want to show to see if your work would be a good fit and then contact them to see if they are looking at new artists.

 

How do I approach a gallery once I have found one?

Check out www.artbusiness.com, a site run by Alan Bamberger, who has been an art appraiser and consultant in San Francisco area for decades. Click on the articles tab and select "For Artists." You will find tons of insightful material about how to approach galleries, how to price your work, how to handle a studio visit, etc. You can learn a lot.

 

I have another question, can you help me?

Of course! Give us a call at 732.212.1890 or stop by our space at 105 Monmouth St. in Red Bank, NJ.