'One Night Stand' at Main Line Art Center Friday, May 18
The upcoming exhibition highlights the work of artists between the ages of 21-35.
Come Friday, May 18, there will be a "One Night Stand," though not the kind you'd think.
The Main Line Art Center is holding its sixth annual "One Night Stand" exhibit for emerging artists ages 21-35 to show and possibly sell their work, completely comission free.
The Art Center's Executive Director, Judy Herman, said she believes strongly in supporting the next generation of artists, which she would have the added effect of benefiting the community.
"Many of these young artists are beginning their careers, and we're thrilled to give them a venue to show their work," Herman said in a news release.
The news release also states that none of the artists' work will be priced over $350.
The free event will feature live music from Heuy and the Banjo, refreshments, and for a fee, a barbeque cookout, with burgers, hot dogs and food items for vegetarians, too.
Artists ages 21-35 can participate in the Art Center's event, which is free for members and $15 for non-members. The fee is $20 if artists are not preregistered.
Click here to learn more about the event.