Deadline: 24/07/2017  |  Published: 28/05/2017  |  Venue: On-line via Organ magazine and the Cultivate website  |  City: Worldwide  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  SEAN WORRALL

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SOMETHING BLUE, the third in a trio of on-line shows brought to you by Cultivate Gallery (London), the exhibition will go live on-line on August 1st, deadline is July 24th. The third in a series of on-line shows via both the Organ website and the Cultivate website following the Red and Something Black open call shows. This is an open call invite for artists who wish to be involved.

SOMETHING BLUE, the third in a trio of on-line shows, will go live on-line on August 1st, deadline is July 24th.  The third in a series of on-line shows via both the Organ magazine website and the Cultivate gallery  website following the Red and Something Black  open call shows. This is an open call invite for artists who wish to be involved.


SOMETHING BLUE will once again happen on-line, please take a look at the previous on-line shows Red and Something Black, those two shows should tell you more about the forthcoming Something Blue show than anything we say here will.


SOMETHING BLUE will be a carefully curated show feature the work of around 43 selected and invited artists. Submissions are being accepted now. The show will once again go live on-line via the Organ website and via the Cultivate website on Tuesday August 1st and will run until the world ends (or until we do in terms of Cultivate).


The submitted work needs to be of a BLUE nature, blue will once again unite the show. Paintings of a blue nature, blue installtions, blue sculpture, things colourfully blue.  The recent Red experiment was visited by over 2000 viewers in the first two hours and over 6000 in the first week, the Something Black show enjoyed twice as many hits in the first week, both shows continue to enjoy lots of attention from all over the world.


There is no charge to submit a piece, some galleries will tell you it cost them lots of money to open an e.mail so they have to charge you an “admin fee”, well no, that’s a load of rather cynical rubbish on the part of the galleries who do this. There will be no charge in any way in terms of taking part, all we ask you to do is to post links and do a little bit of sharing once the show has gone live  We’ll select at least the most exciting artists or pieces of work and post it all along with those all important links to the artist’s the start of August


You can submit up to four images of your work, all disciplines are acceptable (no photography though, sorry, trying to avoid lots of people pointing cameras at blue doors, all valid in the right place, there are plenty of photography galleries out there). Please make it VERY CLEAR what it is we are looking (are you submitting an image of a painting? A print, a piece of digital art a piece of sculpture of installation). We need to know medium, size, and we INSIST on a link to your website so we ca nfind out more about you and of course add the link when the show goes live (your website or at least a Facebook page, not one of those damn Saatchi type on-line shop things please). We’ll respond within five days to all submissions. Let’s keep it simple and easy, nothing more annoying than e.mail tennis and having to ask the obvious)




Contact the curator
When is the deadline?
24th June 2017 (Midnight, UK time)
How many works can I submit?
Up to four
How much does it cost?
No charge
Are there payments to artists?
Is there a private view / opening?
The show will open to everyone on-line at 6pm UK time on August 1st.
How do you decide on proposals?
The show is curated and selected by Cultivate co-founder Sean Worrall,

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