ART IN SHOPS / CONSULTING

Seattle Art Post is always looking to partner with local venues (i.e. cafes, businesses, boutiques) that are interested in hosting local art on a monthly rotational basis. We believe that opportunities for exposure for local artists are imperative to artists' growth as well as the beautification and enhanced culture in our community. Let us know if you're interested in getting involved, we're always looking to add to our roster! New to the game? No problem, we're happy to walk you through how to get started with hosting local art in your space. 

Are you an artist who would like to apply to be a part of our "Art in Shops" program? Are you an art enthusiast who's interested in purchasing art for your home or business, but don't know where to start? Drop us a line as we'd love to help you get started. seattleartpost@gmail.com 

We have had the pleasure of serving the following local businesses:

Antioch University

BCG

Caffe Torino

Coding Dojo

Miro Tea

Third Culture Coffee

His Word Found Here

Issaquah Coffee Co

Street Bean Roasters BT

We are now accepting submissions for our 2020 Art in Shops program, where we connect local artists with local businesses that show art in their public spaces on a monthly or quarterly basis.  If interested, email 3-5 images of your work to  seattleartpost@gmail.com  along with your full name, your art medium, and your artist statement. No DM submissions will be reviewed, only email.   Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2019   We are looking for 20 responsive, professional, and reliable artists to exhibit in our 2020 Art in Shops roster. We are starting fresh, which means anyone can apply, and artists who we have worked with in 2018 or 2019 will need to reapply if interested in showing in 2020. Most of our shop partners do not take any commission on sales, and Seattle Art Post does not take any commission on sales. We’re just here to help bridge the gap between artists who are ready to show their art to the broader public and local venues that wish to regularly adorn their walls with great art.  Our current partnerships continue to grow and we are now working with Caffe Torino, Third Culture Coffee, Street Bean Coffee Roasters, Boston Consulting Group, Antioch University, Coding Dojo, Issaquah Coffee Co, and Miro Tea.  At the present time, we are only looking to book 20 artists, and we will then have a backup waitlist as we continue to add more locations.  Thank you, and please spread the word! Let’s go, 2020!

We are now accepting submissions for our 2020 Art in Shops program, where we connect local artists with local businesses that show art in their public spaces on a monthly or quarterly basis.

If interested, email 3-5 images of your work to seattleartpost@gmail.com along with your full name, your art medium, and your artist statement. No DM submissions will be reviewed, only email.

Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2019

We are looking for 20 responsive, professional, and reliable artists to exhibit in our 2020 Art in Shops roster. We are starting fresh, which means anyone can apply, and artists who we have worked with in 2018 or 2019 will need to reapply if interested in showing in 2020. Most of our shop partners do not take any commission on sales, and Seattle Art Post does not take any commission on sales. We’re just here to help bridge the gap between artists who are ready to show their art to the broader public and local venues that wish to regularly adorn their walls with great art.

Our current partnerships continue to grow and we are now working with Caffe Torino, Third Culture Coffee, Street Bean Coffee Roasters, Boston Consulting Group, Antioch University, Coding Dojo, Issaquah Coffee Co, and Miro Tea.

At the present time, we are only looking to book 20 artists, and we will then have a backup waitlist as we continue to add more locations.

Thank you, and please spread the word! Let’s go, 2020!

 

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"Seattle Art Post has given me the professional opportunity to showcase my artwork to the greater Seattle area. It is so easy and quick to work with them. Thank you for helping me exhibit my artwork and passion in places I would normally visit!"

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/  elina dmitruk - artist  /

 

"Seattle Art Post has been a fantastic organisation able to work with us with sometimes tight constraints to ensure we get appropriate art for our space. The organisation has been flexible and communicative and we've had fantastic artists!!"

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/  sean w. thomas - manager - his word found here, ballard  /

 

"I’m so happy to be a part of Seattle Art Post! It is so wonderful to be connected with local shops that value art and creativity and want to showcase the artists that are part of their community. Working with them makes it so easy and efficient to connect. Thank you so much!!! Looking forward to seeing Seattle Art Post grow."

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/  nikki frumkin - artist  /

 

"Seattle Art Post is so organized and connected with the local artists, we were able to contact and book artists for our shop with ease. We love being able to support emerging local artists and Seattle Art Post has curated some of the best in the area for us!"

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/  john hong - biz dev & Marketing manager -  third culture coffee, bellevue  /

 

"I had an amazing experience participating in "Art in Shops" excellently organized by Seattle Art Post. I'm happy to know my art was seen and appreciated. Thank you Seattle Art Post for being a great connecting link between artists and our community!"

/  Anait Semirdzhyan - artist  /