Open Submission ' Hand Held View'

Image Credit: barnoonwrokshop

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Deadline Friday 29 September 2017

Exhibition Dates: Sat 14 October - Sat 4 November 2017

Hand Held View

A Curated group exhibition of small works -  that can fit in the palm of our hand.  As society increasingly views the digital world through a smart phone or tablet, we consider art works that can be held in the same way. 

  • Maximum size for each work is A5, or  21 x 15 cm

  • Artists can submit up to 3 works

  • Any medium is considered including painting, drawing, sculpture, textiles, photography and film (that can be viewed on a phone screen).

  • Selected artists will be required to pay a hanging fee of £20 (for up to 3 works), plus 30% commission on any sales.

  • Please email images of your work, with details to Zoe Eaton, at barnoonworkshop@outlook.com 

  • Deadline for entry  is 29th September 2017.

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