Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2020

Website: https://www.barbicanartsgrouptrust.co.uk/artworks-open.html

Submissions are now open for Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2020 prize-winning show selected by Alex Schady & Michelle Williams-Gamaker. There are several prizes for selected exhibiting artists including, £1,000 cash and solo show, £500 cash and solo show, two 6-week residencies and the £200 A.P. Fitzpatrick materials prize. Only works with dimensions (including frame) up to 100 cms height, width or depth will be accepted for exhibition. Each artist may submit up to 4 works with the following submission fee(s) : £12 one work, £24 two works, £33 three works, and £40 four works (Each artist may submit up to 4 works.)

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Expires: October 30, 2020


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