Salon 48 @ the mood room
Salon 48 is based on a exhibition model of radical inclusivity. This “unjuried show” takes place each year on the same night as Artlink’s Annual Juried Exhibition, with a call going out for participation just 48 hours before opening night festivities. The call is open to anyone living in state 48 at the time of the announcement and the only restriction is that they cannot have shown in any of Artlink’s previous exhibitions, projects or promotions.
The inaugural exhibit of Salon 48 debuted a wide variety of artworks that ranged from the political to the comedic, from classical representations to iconic pop imagery, as well as a touch of nearly everything inbetween. Painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and an installation art were on display for the opening night of the mood room with a packed house of 2000+ visitors.
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About mood room
The mood room is a new gallery concept by Artlink, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that seeks to address the needs of 21st century artistic practice. More than just an exhibition venue, the mood room is an interdisciplinary art space that was founded in 2020 via a partnership with Park Central and with support from Flinn Foundation and the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust. Located in midtown Phoenix, the mood room aims to connect the services that Artlink provides to artists, art venues and partner organizations while supporting cultural creatives through new opportunities to exhibit, engage and grow the influence of their art practice.