Please note, if your program involves a book, a hard copy must be submitted for the Committee to review. Hard copies may be dropped off or mailed to:
City of West Hollywood, Attn: Arts Coordinator
8300 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Please make sure that your name, email address and the name of your proposed program are on the book.
If you a proposing an exhibition, it is important that the Committee has a chance to see the all (or at least most) of the actual images that are proposed as part of the exhibit. Please upload a single file in the field above with all of the images. Exhibits in the library are intended to relate directly to the City of West Hollywood, it's main demographic groups, or literature.
If you have questions about the space for exhibits, you can download this file which outlines the space identified for exhibitions https://app.box.com/s/65hlf8hpv4o3c8f7dzww87896pmj2nj1 - furthur questions regarding exhibits at the West Hollywood Library can be directed to the library exhibitions manager, Mike Che at email@example.com. Also please note that exhibitions intended for the library must meet the Site-specificity/Relationship to the Locationcriteria:
Exhibitions intended for the West Hollywood Library should take into consideration the location and community served by the Library and have some direct relevancy to the City of West Hollywood. As such, the Library Cultural Programming Committee includes the following criteria in considering potential exhibits.
· Highlight and/or relate to aspects of West Hollywood’s history and neighborhoods such as the Sunset Strip, the West Hollywood Design District, Historic Route 66, among others.
· Highlight and/or relate to West Hollywood’s major demographic groups (including the LGBTQ, Russian speaking/Eastern European and older adult communities) and major industries (including film, music, entertainment, home furnishings, and design).
· Align with the City’s longstanding support for Human Rights issues and its Core Value of “Respect and Support for People.”
· Have a literary connection or component that aligns with the exhibit’s location in the Library.