Finding Space

Deadline: 30/11/2022  |  Venue: Open Ealing  |  City: Ealing Broadway, London  |  Region: Greater London  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  Mary Modha

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An open call for art works addressing the private and public spaces women inhabit. The exhibition will examine how women occupy and experience those spaces and their complications and contradictions. These spaces may be physical, online, virtual or metaphorical spaces.

Entry is open to all who identify as women or AFAB, using all media. We want to capture the experiences of those from all backgrounds, with or without formal artistic training. Work is particularly welcome from early stage artists, those using found objects as part of their work and performance artists.

Artists are invited to submit images / descriptions of up to three works by 30th November 2022.  Selections will be made and successful artists notified by 15th December. Successful artists will be asked to make a small (£15) contribution to the costs of the private view.

The exhibition will run from 9th to 11th February at OPEN Ealing, Ealing, London, nearest tube Ealing Broadway.

All artists must be available in person for set up and take down on 8th and 12th February.

Eligibility

All UK based artists identifying as women / assigned female at birth (AFAB) over the age of 18

Important dates 

30th November - Deadline for submission of works

15th December - Selections made and artists notified

8th February - Exhibition set up

9th February - Exhibition opens with private view 6 - 9 pm

10th February - Exhibition open from 6-10pm

11th February - Exhibition open 12-10pm

12th February - Exhibition take down

 

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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
All UK based artists identifying as women / assigned female at birth (AFAB) over the age of 18
When is the deadline?
30th November 2022
How many works can I submit?
3
When is the delivery date?
8th February 2023
When do I need to collect my work?
12th February 2023
How much does it cost?
Successful artists will be asked to make a contribution of £15 each toward the costs of the private view.
Is there a private view / opening?
Yes - 9th February 2023
What are the exhibition opening hours?
Thurs 9th Feb - 6pm - 10pm
Fri 10th Feb - 6pm - 10pm
Sat 11th Feb - 12pm - 10pm
Does the location have disabled access?
Yes
What publicity will be provided as part of the opportunity?
The venue will provide publicity on website and social media. Curator will also publicise
Do I need to be present?
For set up (on 8th Feb) and collection (12th). We have no capacity to store art works before and after those dates.
What happens if my proposal is chosen?
If your work is selected you will be contacted by 15th December.
What kind of proposals are you looking for?
Interesting and thoughtful work on how women today (from all backgrounds and experiences) occupy space.
What are the selection criteria?
Selection based on the works that best fit the brief and that work together as a group. Selection is at the discretion of the curator.
Can I sell my work?
The purpose of exhibition is to curate a thought provoking, interesting group of art works and to provide a showcase for artists from all backgrounds rather than a commercial venture. Artists are welcome to sell their own work but must take responsibility for all sale related transactions (including delivery of the the artwork).

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