The Media Arts Council Artist Registry is an online directory of local artists, musicians, actors, dancers, arts and cultural organizations, and even professionals in the arts industry. As part of our ongoing mission to support local artists, we have created the M.A.C. Artist Registry to provide online exposure for each artist with their own page and links directly to the artist’s own website. This valuable online resource provides artists who have little or no exposure on the Internet a way to be seen and contacted. These pages help all artists gain higher positions in Internet search results – increasing their chances of being noticed. The Registry is also used when placing artists in 2nd Saturday businesses and by the public for purchasing art directly from the artist.
Joining the Artist Registry is easy and only costs $30 a year.
Joining the Artist Registry is easy and only costs $30 a year. The membership cycle will consist of One Year, with opportunity for renewal. Our registry is open to all types of artists; including visual artists, fashion designers, web designers, photographers, musicians and more.
The Registry will:
- Provide you with a page on our website to showcase your work
- Provide a brief description of your creative energies and talents
- List your contact information (publicly or privately) so that we and others may contact you
- Increase your position in popular search engine results across the Internet
Art Exhibit Opportunities
Art is meant to be seen; we try to promote art exhibits and sales featuring M.A.C. Registry Artists. These exhibits are held in Media’s newest gallery space, near the Sterling Pig Brewery, the Media Arts Center & Gallery. All Registry Artists are invited to participate. Artists benefit from a highly publicized opportunity to exhibit and sell work, free for those with paid Registry dues. The public is invited to attend opening receptions with additional hours all week long. Artwork includes paintings, photography, sculpture, jewelry, handbags, collage, and more. More here