The Red Fence Gallery
We are not accepting submissions right now, stay tuned for when we publish the call for art!
The Beverly Arts District (BAD) Committee seeks submissions from artists on a rolling basis to install public art at the Red Fence Gallery. The Gallery is located outdoors on a piece of red fence between Atomic Café (268 Cabot Street) and the Lindsey Building (266 Cabot Street). The fence is approximately 5’ x 4’ and we encourage you to visit it before you submit your application.
The goals of the Red Fence Gallery are to showcase creative talent in a high-traffic area, to add to the public art scene in Beverly and to entertain visitors as they stroll past the mural. The Gallery was launched in 2016 and has had 10 installations to date, nine of which were paintings done right on the fence and one which was created offsite, framed and hung on the fence.
Installations are made possible by a grant from the Beverly Cultural Council and funding by Beverly Main Streets.