ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Promote the betterment of the visual arts community through the arts,
- To promote personal achievement in striving for excellence and continual growth as artist,
- To promote cultural activities in exhibits; workshops; and galleries exhibitions; art centers; artist in residence projects.
- Complete application, portfolio of recent work, artistic resume, online slides, jpeg, recent reviews and letters of recommendation, websites URL.
Phantom Gallery Chicago Network
The PGCN may from time to time established and abolish such standing or special committee’s as it may desire. The period of time committees are to be active is by appointment of the owners. Persons who are not members of the PGCN may be designated as consultants to committees with the approval of the PGCN owners.
Article VI: Meetings of the Phantom Gallery Chicago Network:
The PGCN shall hold quarterly business meetings which shall be held on the third week of the month. The business session of the meeting shall be limited to 90 minutes. Mandatory attendance unless prior acknowledge of absence has been established.
Marianna Buchwald, International Art Group, 6929 N. Lakewood, Chicago Illinois, 60626
Debra McLendon, Artist at Large, 6946 S. Jeffery Blvd Chicago IL 60649,
Cathy Sorich , Canito's Studio, 10735 S. Prospect, Chicago, IL 60643,
The PGCN shall prepare two regional shows to act as fundraisers. There shall be an annual spring and fall show of works in progress of all PGCN members in their medium. Committee’s shall be assigned the off season for planning. Off season January - April
Section 3: Out of Town Shows:
ARTICLE V: Committees
Section 5: Quorum: Three members present unless otherwise stated in the By-laws will constitute a quorum.
Section 4: One Day Shows:
Curatorial Committees /Artist In Residence Projects
- Lavon N. Pettis, Global Resources ID, 6912 S. Dorchester, Chicago IL 60637
- Renee N. Baker, Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, Bollingbrook, IL 6
At any time new members may be recruited by portfolio review.
Annual Retreats will be hosted for the advisory board members.
Members not actively participating in workshops, art shows, exhibitions, installations, or volunteer hours at designated temporary exhibition sites will be terminated.
Section 2: Membership:
PGCN will attend out of town art exhibitions as a group by invitation. No hand carried artworks will be entered into such shows.
ONE: The name of this corporation is Phantom Gallery Chicago Network
TWO: This Corporation is a non-profit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Non-profit Public Benefit Corporation Law for Charitable purposes. The specific purposes for which this corporation is organized are to provide opportunities for community residents of all ages to experience through artistic expressions and demonstration, and to bring people together to share by exhibition of artist art work.
THREE: The name and address in the State of Illinois of this Corporation’s initial agent for service of process is Alpha M. Bruton, (mailing address) P.O. Box 2956, Chicago IL 60690-2956, and Phantom Gallery Chicago Network Office: 440 E. 47th Street, Room 205, Chicago IL 60653.
ARTICLE III: MEMBERSHIP
Name: Address: April 2012-2013
ARTICLE VII: Exhibitions:
ARTICLE VIII: Amendments:
SIGNATURE PAGE OF HONORARY ADVISORY BOARD
ARTICLE I: NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION:
Composition of Phantom Gallery Chicago Network Advisory Board working artists, currently involved with some aspects to the arts, having a social practice, data research, arts promotions, collectors, or others involvement based around the arts, Interest in promoting art in the community, having a Sense of dedication and input.
Section 2. Selection of Members for the Advisory Board
Termination of Membership:
Section 3: Voting Rights:
Section 4: Terms of Ownership:These owners are Advisory Board Members, payment of annual dues are $150.00.
Section 5: Resignation:
Section 6: Vacancy:
Any vacancy, on the PGCN, shall be filled for the remainder of the fiscal year’s unexpired term, January 1- December 31, by the PGCN Advisory Board.
ARTICLE IV: OFFICERS
Section 1: Representatives:
Section 2: Project Curators: shall be elected annually and shall serve for one year.
Section 3: Removal: Any curator elected or appointed may be removed by 2/3 vote of all the owners.
Section 4: Vacancies: A vacancy in any appointed position may be filled by the Advisory Committee
Section 3: Special Meetings: Special meetings may be called at the request of the
Section 2: Regional Shows:
THESE BY-LAWS WERE EXECUTED AND AGREED UPON April 23rd, 2012
(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of these Articles, the Corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on (1) by a corporation exempt from federal income tax under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code or (2) by a corporation contribution to with are deductible under Section 170 (c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code.
(C) No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall consist of carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the corporation shall not participate or intervene in any candidate for public office.
- Cathy Sorich, Canito's Studio, 10735 S. Prospect, Chicago, IL 60643,
- Toni Colley Perry, Consultant, 6325 Sryferth Way, Sacramento CA 95823
- Shauntele Pridgeon, MS Enterprises, CPA, PO Box 19693, Chicago IL 60619
- William G. Hill, William G. Hill Fine Art Gallery, 6442 S. Dorchester, Chicago IL 60637
- Alan Emerson Hicks, Emerson Studio, 436 E. 47th Street, Chicago IL 60653
PHANTOM GALLERY CHICAGO NETWORK
BY-LAWS 1996 (Revision 2011)
The purpose of the organization shall be to:
Meetings of Curators/Board Directors are held quarterly
Business meetings are held monthly with volunteer staff and curators.
Members not attending nor responding to correspondence, ongoing absence and a general lack of interest for PGCN will be grounds for termination.
Each member shall be entitled to one vote. Proxy voting shall be permittedThe Phantom Gallery Chicago Network consist of ownership into the project, each owner owns 20% of voting rights, as long as they are in good standing.
Any member may resign by filing a written resignation with the PGCN.
The officers shall be Advisory Consultants, and appointed officers the committee may deem desirable.
All members are representatives of the PGCN, they carry the same authority in decision making as stated in the By-Laws when attending functions and meetings, as official representatives if the PGCN.
Advisory Board for the unexpired time or portion of the term.
Section 1: Standing and Special Committees:
Each member of a standing committee shall be a member of the PGCN.
Section 2: Working Meetings:The PGCN shall hold working meetings as assigned periodically throughout the month to discuss and follow-up on planning, projects, exhibits, workshops, and studio hours. Each member is required to work a minimum of four hours monthly.
Section 1: Active Shows:Active shows must be coordinated yearly of all curators artworks to be exhibited for this group exhibition, this shall be called and “Active Show” of the PGCN. During which time artist may have time to re-group and produce new works to be submitted for the next year. All artists are to submit up to ten (10) jpegs of current works in progress, of all medium. Committee (jury) shall be assigned the off season for planning of the “Active Show”.
There will be no one day shows allowed by the PGCN, individuals artists, acting as independent agents, desiring to exhibit shall do so at their own discernment and proceed as such will go to the individual artist unless he/she has used materials from PGCN and in such case will give to the project 40% of proceeds earned for the function.
These articles may be amended, rescinded, or canceled by 2/3 vote of active members who are present at any regular meeting. Proposed amendments must be submitted in writing two weeks prior to action, By-laws may not conflict with Federal and State guidelines govern by the Alliance of the Artists. Proposed amendments must also be submitted in copied form to all members for review prior to monthly business meetings.