The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission is pleased to announce a new opportunity at the Coronado Community Center (C3) Art Gallery to exhibit artwork by local artists who have not previously shown their work in the gallery. The gallery is comprised of three separate spaces to exhibit work of various art media. The gallery is comprised of approximately 48 linear feet of 2-D hanging space plus 6 linear feet of 3-D cabinet space. Overall there is 270 square feet of display space.

The Coronado Community Center Art Gallery (C3 Gallery) is an exhibition opportunity operated by the City of Coronado as a service to local artists. The City of Coronado Cultural Arts Commission is seeking Coronado artists who have created of two-dimensional (2-D) and three-dimensional (3-D) artworks to display in the upcoming exhibition. The gallery is in the north lobby space of the Community Center located at 1845 Strand Way in Coronado. The gallery will feature four exhibitions om 2023. Artists may offer their work for sale. The “Who’s New exhibition will run January 26 thru early April. There is no fee to enter this exhibition and all media will be considered.

Deadline: Entry applications must be submitted by email by January 6, 2023.

Please visit www. CoronadoARTS.com for further details and to download an application form.

Application deadline is 5 p.m. on January 6, 2022. No late applications will be accepted. There is no fee to enter this exhibition.

For additional information please contact:

Kelly Purvis, Arts Administrator

City of Coronado


619.341.0137 (direct cell)


VOL. 112, NO. 51 - Dec. 21, 2022

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