SALFORD MUSEUM & ART GALLERY MAKES AN OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Salford Museum & Art Gallery are delighted to announce that their celebration of Salford based artists returns for 2020, showcasing the very best artwork from anyone born, living, working or studying in Salford.
Open to all ages, this is an exciting opportunity to have your work exhibited, right here at Salford Museum & Art Gallery.
Whether you are a established artist or you’ve decided to get creative during lockdown, whatever your background, they want to hear from you.
Works can be submitted in any medium including painting, drawing, print, textile, photography, sculpture, mixed media and digital.
There are three days where you can submit work to Salford Museum & Art Gallery. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, submission slots must be booked in advance.
Submission dates are Thursday 19, Friday 20 and Saturday 21 November.
How to Enter
Visit our website and read our Submission Guidelines - Link
Select a submission date and time and book a slot, ensuring you include the details requested about you and your work
Drop off your labelled work at your allotted time between 19 – 21 November
There is a charge of £5 per entry. Each artist may enter up to two works. This is non-refundable and will need to be paid by card during the hand-in.
The exhibition will run from 5 December 2020 to 21 February 2021 and will feature a range of works selected from all submissions. Those featured in the exhibition will also be entered into a competition where we will be awarding a First Prize, People’s Choice and Young Artist Award.
For more information please see https://salfordmuseum.com/event/open-subs/
Date and time: Monday, 14 November 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Cost: £2 per person
No booking required
Suitable for: All
David Jones (1895-1974) was a poet, artist and mystic who also fought in World War One at Ypres and the Somme.
Not many people have heard of him despite the fact that the famous poet T.S. Eliot considered his great war poem In Parenthesis "a work of genius". This talk will look at Jones' extraordinary life and consider examples of his art and poetry.
Telephone: 0161 778 0800