OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS - Spitfires, Punk and Vindaloo - 70 Years of Blighty

Deadline: 20/05/2022  |  Published: 15/04/2022  |  Venue: NTKO Art Gallery, 44 Eastgate  |  City: Louth  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  Dale Tyler-Lodge

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Art exhibition to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and all things British.

NTKO Presents

Spitfires, Punk and Vindaloo

70 Years of Blighty

4th - 11th June 22

Join us for a celebration of everything quintessentially British to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and 70 years of this unique country we live in with the Spitfires, Punk and Vindaloo Exhibition by NTKO Gallery.

The exhibition will run from 4th - 11th June and coincide with the Louth Platinum Jubilee Street Party on Sunday 5th. There will be fairground amusements, live music, stalls, and a street party through the centre of Louth, where our art exhibition will be a major part of the event – so we’re inviting artists to submit proposals for artworks to be included.

We are looking for anything that represents British culture or counterculture – we want to show there’s more to Britain than scones, tea, and flag waving!

We accept original art, limited edition signed prints, jewellery, quirky handmade gifts that fit with the gallery’s design aesthetic, as well as taxidermy, sculptures, and illuminated works.

Free local delivery of works sold will be offered by the gallery at no extra charge.

NTKO Gallery, 44 East Gate, Louth – dare to be loud.

Gallery fees (
for accepted  artists):

First Piece (100 x 100cm or smaller): £20

Additional artworks: £10 per piece, to a maximum of 6 pieces.

20% commission will be deducted from any sales made during the exhibition.

For freestanding pieces or artwork larger than 100cm x 100cm, please contact us for more information.

Terms:

Works must be delivered / shipped to the gallery by Wednesday 1st June 2022.

Applicants must collect their unsold works upon close of exhibition within 14 days, or provide a return shipping label.

Participants agree that any works left at NTKO Gallery after 30 days will be deemed unwanted and therefore be added to the charity auction lot list for the Unhooked Exhibition in October, supporting My Black Dog mental health charity.

 

Contact the curator
When is the deadline?
20th May 2022
How many works can I submit?
6
When is the delivery date?
by 1st June 2022
When do I need to collect my work?
Within two weeks of the close of the exhibition
How much does it cost?
£20 for the first work, then £10 for each subsequent work for accepted artists
Are there payments to artists?
Works will be on sale with a 20% commission
What are the exhibition opening hours?
10 am - 4pm Wednesday to Sunday
Does the location have disabled access?
No
What publicity will be provided as part of the opportunity?
Media coverage, stall at local street fair, Publicity materials dispached

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