Call for Entries – All Media accepted, no accommodation for electricity or special installation. The Cork Street Open Exhibition – Winter Show 2013 is now accepting submissions of paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings and illustration, computer and digital artwork, original prints and mixed media. Cash and Materials Prizes awarded in several different categories.
Previously held annually, this prestigious exhibition will expanded to include both a Winter and Summer exhibition in 2013. The first exhibition for the year will take place from the 18-25 January 2013 in support of CRISIS, the national charity for single homeless people. The final selection of approximately 200 works is hung in salon style over an eight day period. Cash and materials prizes are awarded by the judges in a number of categories.
The dates for the exhibition are 18-25 January 2013
There is a limit of six entries per artist. Artists with multiple entries stand out more for the judges. Therefore, the fees for multiple submissions have been reduced this year! The Winter 2013 fees for online entries are: £20 for the first submission, £30 for up to 3 entries, £50 for up to 6 entries, The Young Artist fees for online entries are: £18 for the first young artist (under 22 years) submission, £25 for up to 3 entries £40 for up to 6 entries, The fees for postal entries are: £24 for the first submission, and £10 for each additional entry, £22 for the first young artist (under 22 years) submission, and £8 for each additional entry.
Contest Prize & TERMS
Runner Up Prize Award: £500 Cash Prize & £500 worth of Materials and Services
Young Artist Award: £250 Cash Prize & £250 worth of Materials and Services
Visitor's Choice Prize: £250 Cash Prize
ELIGIBILITY: Worldwide Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: No Copyright policy
USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting an entry, the artist agrees to the reproduction of their work (at no fee) in association with the exhibition or any other submission organised by owners of Cork Street Open Exhibitions (including publicity, press, website, and printed or electronic catalogues).