The Rotunda Gallery is on the first floor of the Historic Jackson County Courthouse, part of the Jackson County Library Complex on Courthouse Hill. The Rotunda Gallery space is shared by the three entities that occupy the Historic Courthouse: the Jackson County Historical Society, The Jackson County Genealogical Society and the Jackson County Arts Council. Art exhibits are coordinated through the Jackson County Arts Council. From time to time the rotunda space may be used for special exhibits sponsored by the other two organizations. The space is installed with high quality hanging systems that are secure and make it a good option for rotating art exhibits. The Jackson County Arts Council is happy to offer this venue to regional exhibiting artists.
To be considered to exhibit you must:
- be an artist living and working in Western North Carolina, preferably Jackson County
- be a member in good standing of the Jackson County Arts Council
- be willing to donate 10% of the sale of your work to the Jackson County Arts Council
- submit an application form via email or mail to the Rotunda Gallery Committee
**NEW APPLICATION AND INFORMATION COMING SOON FOR ROTUNDA GALLERY ARTISTS. PLEASE CONTACT THE JACKSON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.