LIMINAL is a Community High School threshold exhibition space and an entrance through which we engage the community. This alternative art space hosts collaborative projects, curated exhibitions, cultural happenings and critical thinking events.
In additional to serving as a learning and exhibition space for our students, our gallery, the LIMINAL Artspace, hosts roughly eight artist-curated exhibitions a year, with work ranging from local to international, from obscure to academically established in a non-commercial, intimate environment devoted to experimental work which our students would not be able to experience otherwise.
In its past, LIMINAL hosted solo exhibitions (from art professors to self-taught artists), provided exhibition space for college students, and created partnership opportunities between the high school and a host of arts organizations. We include local artists though calls for artwork linked to cultural themes, and will end our academic year with exhibits of high school students’ artworks and student curatorial projects.
We welcome portfolio submissions from artists throughout the year. Work that relates to our school curriculum and mission will be favored above all other evaluative criteria. If you are an artist who would like to submit work for consideration, or if you are interested in proposing a collaborative project, please email Brian Counihan firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at the school’s number, 540-345-1688.