Exeter Contemporary Open

Website: http://www.exetercontemporaryopen.com/

An annual, open submission exhibition that presents work from emerging and established artists from the UK and beyond. The submission process for the 2017 exhibition is now open and artists working across a variety of disciplines are invited to submit work. The shortlisted artists will be exhibited at the exhibition between 14 September and 4 November 2017 at Exeter Phoenix. The Overall Award winner will receive a £1000 prize and an Additional Award winner will receive £500. The Audience Choice Award winner will receive £200. There is an application fee of £20 (£15 for students) to submit up to 4 artworks

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Expires: June 16, 2017


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