Monday, 5 September 2011

'Facing Hard Times' International Open Exhibition - Last Days to Enter!

Facing Hard Times - An International Open Exhibition

Only a few days left to enter so, if you haven't already sent us your entry forms, its time to do so now!!

The deadline to receive your entry forms is close-of-play on Thursday 8th September 2011.

Don't miss out on your chance to be part of an International Open Exhibition for contemporary art; 'Facing Hard Times'. Entry Form downloadable here.

Curated by Out-of-the-Box Independent Curators, this exciting international open art exhibition is to be held at Greyfriars Art Space in Norfolk, England for two weeks in October 2011.

Led by curator Joa Manninen and artist Phil Barrington, OOTB Curators are looking for recent 2D works by artists in any medium, who particularly engage with social or economic issues; the broad concept of the exhibition is the impact of recent global economic crises on all our lives.

The resulting exhibition will also include the juried Best of Show Prize of £200.00 plus international publicity, a Best Emerging Artist Prize and all successful entrants have NO COMMISSION on any sales made of their work.

A very memorable Opening Event is also planned for the exhibition!

The exhibition will take place at Greyfriars Art Space, King's Lynn from Saturday 1 - Sat 15 October 2011.

OOTB Exhibition Fact #1; "Did you know that all of your selected works can be sold for NO COMMISSION throughout the entire run of the exhibition?"

OOTB Exhibition Fact #2; "Did you know that we will accept ANY kind of 2D artwork for entry in our competition? Whether it be textiles, prints, paint, photography, even projected film! Whatever, as long as it can appear flat on our gallery walls, we'll consider its entry."

OOTB Exhibition Fact #3; "Did you know that you do NOT have to pay postage & packaging for us to send your works back to you, if your work is accepted? If you are happy for us to safely store your work for a possible future 'best of OOTB' show, just let us know when you submit your form, or personally collect the work from us if you are local to the gallery area."

For more information, please see Page 2 of the entry form available here.



Phil x

Phil Barrington
[Observer & Note-Taker]
Call; +44 (0)7786 532 345
Studio Location; East Anglia, UK.

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