Oriel Davies Open 2018

Website: http://www.orieldavies.org/en/open2018

Oriel Davies’ biennial, open submission exhibition, ODO, is now live with a call for entries. Professional artists and those studying art are invited to submit entries of recent work in order to be considered for the exhibition taking place 23 June – 5 September 2018. ODO18 has no theme or geographical restrictions. Overall exhibition Prize-winner: £1000 + solo show in 2019, Student Prize-winner: £500, People’s Choice Prize-winner £250. There is a non-refundable entry fee of £25 for up to 4 works entered (£20 concessions for students).

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Expires: February 12, 2018


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