ART FOR THE WOMEN’S REFUGE
Deadline for submissions: 21/04/2017 | City: Leeds | Region: West Yorkshire | Country: United Kingdom | Created by: Imogen ClarkReport this?
Open call for submissions for artworks to be exhibited in the centre of Leeds. We are curating an exhibition to raise money and and give back some brightness to Leeds Women’s Aid, a charity that helps protect women and children from domestic violence.
We are looking for artworks that can be in any medium and don’t have to fit into a specific brief. The work can be brand new, or something you made ages ago; it just has to be appropriate to be viewed by young children.
After the exhibition you can either sell your work, donate it, or take it back; however we would kindly ask that 50% of profits went towards the charity. The money raised will go into helping a group of illustrators decorate the refuge, to make it a brighter space for those living there.
The exhibition will open on the evening of Thursday 27th April and the work will be exhibited for 2-3 weeks.
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