From the Studio Floor- Exhibition
Deadline: 12/01/2018 | Published: 03/01/2018 | Venue: St Barnabas | City: Mill Road, Cambridge | Region: Cambridgeshire | Country: United Kingdom | Jessica OliverReport this?
International Exhibition- One Artwork per Artist Supporting Camsight Charity for the Blind www.fromthestudiofloor.co.uk
Pop Up Exhibition March 2018
Final Call to Artists!
Showcasing the collective artwork of Cambridge and national artists, From the Studio Floor is the fifth in a series of charity exhibitions, Since 2014 this exciting concept focuses on bringing new unseen works of Art fresh from the Artists studio floors to unique exhibition spaces
This contemporary exhibition provides an informal and relaxed setting and an opportunity to showcase a selection of new unseen conceptual works, etchings, instillations, sculptures, drawings and paintings in all mediums.
Artists are invited to take part and will be exhibiting their latest works from their ‘studio floors’, using the exhibition as an opportunity show one piece only, and will be a fantastic opportunity to engage with their work from a new perspective- with 20% of all sales and proceeds going to local charity ‘Cam Sight’ support for the blind and visually impaired for the second year running
Shortlisted Artists will receive further information regarding exhibition development
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