Society of Scottish Artists Open

Website: http://www.open2018.art/

Society of Scottish Artists and Visual Arts Scotland invite artists to apply to be part of a show of contemporary art in Scotland.  All artists are invited to submit work for consideration. There are two categories for artworks with separate deadlines: ​Installation and New Media Submissions with a deadline of 18 September 2017 and General Submissions (works in 2D and 3D forms) with a deadline of 6 November 2017.  Non-members will be charged £15 per submission and can submit up to 3 works. Artists do not need to be Scottish or have a Scottish connection to exhibit. However, all pre-selected works need to be delivered to and collected from the gallery in Edinburgh.

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Expires: November 6, 2017


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