Our exhibition space spans multiple floors.
The Weston Art Gallery’s Street-Level Exhibition Space offers unparalleled exposure for exhibiting artists. Located on the northwest corner of the Aronoff Center, this space features glass window walls that front the 7th and Walnut Street entrances, 24- and 44-foot-high ceilings, Kasota stone walls, and greenstone floors. It is best suited to site-specific installations and large-scale sculpture but has been adapted for painting and photography exhibitions as well. This large atrium space equally serves as an entrance to the Aronoff Center for theatergoers attending P&G Hall performances and for attendees to meetings and receptions in the Center Stage Room which yields an even greater audience for Weston shows.
The Weston Art Gallery’s Lower-Level Galleries (East and West) offer more traditional exhibition space with 10-foot-high walls (drywall construction backed by ¾ inch plywood), suspended acoustic tile ceiling (which allows for access above), a lighting track system, and multiple plug outlets at the base of most walls. Spaces can be modified and reconfigured with additional wall construction. The gallery staff and installation crew at the Weston offer exceptional assistance to artists in the presentation of their work.