311 Gallery is in the heart of the Downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District; rated in the top Ten Best Art Districts for cities by USA Today in 2014.
At 4300 sq. ft., 311 Gallery is one of the largest art galleries in the South. The gallery houses 12 artists’ studios, an exhibition gallery, and a gift shop that feature nothing but art.
The studios are home to over 35 Resident Artists; their work ranges from Abstract to Traditional 2-D works or art, including photography, and 3-D sculptural art, in a wide range of mediums.
The gift shop contains art from the gallery’s Resident Artists and other exceptional regional artists.
The exhibition gallery changes each month, with the Opening Reception on the First Friday of each month. The exhibitions rotate between national juried art shows and exhibitions of the works of invited artists. Exhibitions open on the Thursday before each First Friday and end on the Saturday before the next First Friday.
311 Gallery is a member of the Downtown Raleigh Alliance and participates in Raleigh’s Art Walk on the First Friday of every month. We have a stellar list of exhibitions and juried shows set for 2018 with an Opening Reception every First Friday from 6-9 pm.
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Scheduled Exhibitions at 311 Gallery:
February 2019 – Winners Circle, an exhibition of works by each of the First Place Winners in 311 Gallery’s five 2018 national juried art exhibitions
Every year, 311 Gallery hosts The Winner’s Circle, an exhibition of work of the artists who took first place in our national juried shows from the preceding year. This year’s artists are: Richard Greene, Landscapes and Seascapes; Heather Olsen, Black and White; Irina Ushakova, winner of 2 shows, Flowers and Gardens and Pets and People; and Selena Nawrocki, Abstract Art.Read more:
National Juried Art Shows in 2019:
May–There’s Still Life in Still Lifes
July–Flowers & Gardens
September–Landscapes & Seascapes
November–Black & White
Entry deadlines and other information about entering each show may be found on, and entry must be made through, CAFE (www.CallForEntry.org).
Note: Information on how to enter our national juried art exhibitions is posted on www.CallForEntry.org. Our last 2018 juried show has closed for entry; we are working on next year’s shows, which again will be listed on CAFE.