Night at the Library Call to Artists - Deadline November 30, 2017
Posted by: Coronado Arts 3 years, 10 months ago


Night at the Library Call to Artists

Presented by Friends of the Library

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - Thursday, November 30, 2017

Night at the Library: Book Alive– Call to Artists

The Friends of the Coronado Library (FOL) is calling local artists to submit artwork relating to a specific work of literature for inclusion in an exhibition in the 2018 Night at the Library to be held the first Friday in February, February 2, 2018.  The exhibition, Book Alive, will be the focus of the FOL annual fundraiser and exhibited throughout the Library. 

In order to participate, artists must qualify as one of the following: 1) a resident of Coronado, a property owner or an employee, in Coronado.  Also invited are Coronado High School Alumni Artists.  All artwork must be original and the work of the registered applicant.  Art is for display only.  Each work of art must represent a selected and approved book. 

Artists may submit one piece of artwork to display based on space available. If organizers can accept more than one work of art, artists will be contacted. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

 Contact or Brenda Jo Robyn 619-890-6148 for an application.

Application deadline is November 30, 2017.  Please note that there is limited space and applications will be reviewed on a first come/approval basis.

For additional information please contact:            Brenda Jo Robyn, Night at the Library Co-chair                        or 619.890-6148 (cell)

Click here to download complete call to artists document.

Click here to download an application to submit.    






About the Friends of the Coronado Library: Established in 1970,  The Friends of the Coronado Public Library (FOL) is a group of volunteers dedicated to supporting and expanding the services and programs of the Library through fundraising, volunteer support and outreach. Our mission is to promote the library as an educational and cultural center that provides learning opportunities for our community. For more information: