The Foster Gallery

CAA Announces Foster Gallery Early Summer Rotation Call To Artists

The Foster Gallery | Early Summer 2018 Rotation

May 6, 2018 – July 22, 2018



The CAA is calling all artists who are current members of the Cultural Arts Alliance to submit an application to be considered for the Early Summer 2018 rotation which will run May 6 – July 22, 2018.

Please study the criteria and submit application ONLINE prior to 11pm CST on Sunday, April 22, 2018.



Named for the late Susan Foster, founder of the Cultural Arts Alliance and Professional Artist, The Foster Gallery is an artist collective featuring at least a dozen artists and special exhibitions on a quarterly rotating basis. We host artist receptions and openings, workshops, events, and serve as a community gathering point symbolizing the support the CAA strives to give artists in our community, especially those who are members of the CAA.

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 9 pm and Sunday, 11am – 7pm

Location: 560 Grand Boulevard, Suite L101, Miramar Beach, FL 32550 (in Grand Boulevard’s Town Center)



Twelve (12) to twenty (20) artists will be selected for the Spring rotation. Each artist must commit to one of the following two staffing options:

Option 1: Work a minimum of twelve (12) shifts. Shifts are 4 hours on Sundays and 5.5 hours Monday – Saturday. Schedules will be coordinated by CAA Executive Director and Director of Administration. Shifts may be traded among artists, but CAA management must be notified prior to shift.

Option 2: Do a staff buy-out of $800, which enables the CAA to cover the cost of staffing your shifts.  The artist is not obligated to work any shifts. Option 2 is only available up front as a full buy-out.

Artists must also be available to attend the rotation opening reception. Artists are encouraged to utilize the gallery for their own special events in order to promote their work.  

The sales split is 60% artist and 40% CAA. The CAA is responsible for all overhead, including rent, utilities, commissions, marketing, event costs, and insurance of the gallery and its contents. All sales will be processed through the CAA, and artists will receive bi-weekly settlements. Any sales will include a 5% commission to the artist on duty.

The gallery features ongoing special exhibitions throughout the year and may also host invitationals at the CAA’s discretion.  



Call to artists: April 9 – April 22

Artist notification: April 24

Mandatory installation & training: May 6 at 12pm

Rotation begins: May 6

Opening reception: May 9

Rotation ends: July 22

Mandatory de-installation: July 22



Accepted artists MUST meet the following criteria:

    1. Be a current member of the CAA. If you’re not a member, you can easily join online
    2. Attend mandatory installation and training on May 6 at 12pm.
    3. Attend mandatory de-installation on July 22, 9am – 11am.
    4. Be available & physically able to work a minimum of 12 shifts. Shifts are 4 hours on Sunday and 5.5 hours Monday – Saturday OR do a staff buy-out of $800 to cover schedules which will be coordinated by CAA Executive Director and Director of Administration.
    5. Be able to help with gallery events & receptions (as needed).
    6. All exhibited work must be original and for sale. Prints and giclées are not allowed on the exhibit walls (except photography) but may be for sale in bins within your exhibit space.
    7. Have a minimum of six to ten pieces on exhibit at any given time throughout rotation.
    8. Agree to a 60% artist / 40% CAA split of each sale.  
    9. Be able to provide a replacement piece within 48 hours after the sale of an exhibited piece.
    10. Provide an inventory of art pieces in a digital file that lists Price, Title, Medium, Dimensions & Weight upon installation.



Email your application ONLINE before 11pm on Sunday, April 22, 2018. You will need to set up an account with Submittable if you do not already have one. You only have to set up your account one time, but you will need to submit to artist calls individually.