Society of Graphic Fine Art: Annual Open Exhibition

Website: https://www.sgfa.org.uk/exhibitions/

Applications are open for the Society of Graphic Fine Art’s (SGFA) 99th Annual Open Exhibition, at Mall Galleries, London. Submissions of work are invited from visual artists working in any medium which demonstrate evidence of drawing. The SGFA exists to promote fine art drawing skills, to this end the selection committee will be looking for strong evidence of drawing in the work submitted. Work that is eligible for submission includes: Drawings in any medium, monochrome or colour – pencil, coloured pens and pencils, pen and ink, pastels and oil pastels, charcoal, conté, etc. The standard submission fee of £18 for the first 5 or Single entries and an additional £18 per artwork up to 5 artworks. The submission fee for affiliates is £15.

Expires: March 10, 2021


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