The Cohen Center e-commerce website should function as a means for the promotion of excellence in art from alumni, visiting artists and faculty. It should be a way to give the public a taste of the current, past, and upcoming exhibitions taking place in the gallery, as well as a chance to purchase art being shown in the gallery spaces. A select collection of work from alumni and faculty should be featured on a seperate page outlined with a system of links designating media, artist, etc. In addition to being persuasive, the site will be informative. Viewers will get to know the artists who make the work featured on the site through the meet the artist pages. Directions and contact information will be posted on the contact/info page. As a functioning e-commerce site, there will be a page for account setup, shopping cart and wishlist. There will also be a page giving appropriate people the opportunity to actually submit pieces to be sold on the site. I am also proposing a news page with a blog function and RSS feed to keep audience up to speed with current happenings at the Cohen Center. Another idea that I am presenting is the idea of an E-space. The E-space will be a place to feature art that perhaps could not be shown at the Cohen Center in an online gallery. The most important issue that this site should address is finding a successful means to merge commerce and art. By focusing on the gallery exhibits in the Cohen Center and in my proposed E-space, combined with the abilty to spend money on pieces being offered for sale, the Cohen Center can successfully focus its revenue toward the expansion and promotion of art at Alfred.