A/NT Gallery Board Member, Daniel Shea (left),   explains details of a not-for profit show.

A/NT Gallery Board Member, Daniel Shea (left), explains details of a not-for profit show.

Part of A/NT Artist Collective's mission is to support underserved regional art groups or service agencies by showing their art or art related to their causes at our gallery at no cost.

To accomplish this, interested groups or individuals need to link up with recognized local non-profit organizations who are interested in hosting art exhibits at A/NT Gallery.

Once you have non-profit backing, send us a proposal. We will give you feed back on the merits or limitations of your exhibit concept and suggest edits to improve your chances of success with Seattle Center. They have the final say on whether or not a project has “public benefit” and therefore not-for-profit status. Below are some important points to cover in your proposal. 


Seattle Center

Proposal Prompts


What is your organizations mission?
How does it relate to underserved artists, and or the public?

Who are the artists that would show? 
What community of “underserved” artists are they from?

What is the public benefit?
Why is it important that these artists be shown to the public?

When do you want to exhibit at A/NT? 

How many pieces will you show and
how big are they?  

Will you need any special additions?
 —like performance art space or special AV equipment 

Add anything else that you think will help define your proposal.