Westobou Gallery

Designed as a contemporary venue for a wide variety of exhibitions both during the Westobou Festival and throughout the year, the Westobou Gallery offers curated exhibitions by national, regional and local artists with a focus on emerging and mid-career contemporary and experimental artists. The gallery is free and open to the public.

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 5 PM

General
Hours of Operation
  • Monday Opening Time: 10 AM
  • Monday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Tuesday Opening Time: 10 AM
  • Tuesday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Wednesday Opening Time: 10 AM
  • Wednesday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Thursday Opening Time: 10 AM
  • Thursday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Friday Opening Time: 10 AM
  • Friday Closing Time: 5 PM
Facility Info
  • Description See attached PDF
  • Floorplan File Floorplan File
  • Reception Capacity 100
  • Space Notes See attached PDF of WESTOBOU Facility Rates Packet
  • Theatre Capacity 75
  • Banquet Capacity 50

Annual Seeds Art Exhibition

Westobou is pleased to announce SEEDS, our fourth annual juried exhibition of small works priced at an affordable $300 or less.

Fourteen local and regional artists, with a variety of artistic styles and backgrounds, come together in Westobou Gallery for a unique display of works. Our 2018 juror, Mike Calway-Fagen, chose artists based on quality, variety, creativity, craftsmanship and inclusivity. Calway-Fagen currently works for Stove Works, a nonprofit art center in Chattanooga, Tennessee as the Curator of Exhibitions. 

Featured artists include:
Makenzye Barfield, Colleen Beyer-Stewart, Kimberly Binns, Jesse Butcher, Franklin Delgado, Beth Droppleman, Jay Jacobs, Joseph Kameem, Katie Kameem, Lucas Korte, Kevin Mahoney, Chris Murray, Dylan Pew and Jency Sekaran.