Exhibitions

Propose a gift to the collection
Do you have a work of art, either made by you or another artist that you’d like to share with your community? Consider giving the work to the Hearst for the permanent collection. If the work for some reason doesn’t make sense in the permanent collection but still has value, consider giving the work for the purpose of selling it to support the collection. Send me some digital images of the work and everything you can remember about it. Who made it? Where did they make it? Where did you get it and when? Has it ever been in another collection or exhibited? These are items of interest to us.

Email Emily Drennan, Curator/Registrar.

Propose an exhibition

Consider the scope and scale of what you want to share within the context of the Hearst Center galleries. What ideas are you working through? Would you share one work and be a part of a group or do you have a body of work that would lend itself to a solo exhibition? In the larger or smaller space? Have the works been exhibited in the area? At all? Are they ready to display? Can they fit through the door? Are you interested in speaking or leading a workshop? Great! Send me some digital images and something about yourself, your work, and an idea of what an exhibition looks like to you is key. Your proposal will be considered by the Collections Committee of the Cedar Falls Art and Culture Board. The committee is made up of people in the community with an interest in arts and culture.

Email Emily Drennan, Curator/Registrar.