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MakeICT Gallery statement of directions

The MakeICT Gallery is a shared space; it has always been a shared space.

The MakeICT Gallery is a juried space. The jury is the Gallery Committee with, as needed, outside advice.

Statements of direction:

Acceptable works:

  1. Original works created by MakeICT members.
  2. Derivative works created by MakeICT members .
  3. Original works created by non MakeICT members.
  4. other works.

Note issues concerning intellectual property and or fair use will be the responsibility of the creator.

Works will be accepted into the MakeICT gallery under these conditions:

  1. Works will be accepted for a specified duration.
    2 Works will only be accepted when they are gallery ready
    2a Gallery ready works will have a written creator/artist statement
    2b Gallery ready works will have appropriate mounting and furniture such that the work can be displayed in a professional workman like manner.
  2. A signed written contract will be in place before a work is accepted.
  3. Works left for more than 60 days beyond the end of the contract will be abandoned, with prejudice.
    4a. Abandoned work will either be sold for the sole benefit of MakeICT or broken up and thrown in the trash.

There is a long standing tradition of makers and making that draws from the

Arts and Crafts movement

Bauhaus School of Design


I have not used the terms Art, Artist, Craft, Craftsman, as MakeICT gallery will draw from the above traditions for guidance.

Works will be accepted for sale using the standard 80/20 (75/25) split with 20% to MakeICT

NFS not for sale

The MakeICT Gallery is the interface between MakeICT and the Wichita Community, the fundamental goal is to show what Makers at MakeICT can create.