Waterside Open

Website: http://watersidearts.org/whats-on/2172-waterside-open-2018-call-for-entries/

Waterside Open is returning for a sixth year and invites submission from artist working any medium except live art. This national exhibiting opportunity will showcase a wide range of high quality and contemporary art, craft and design from established and emerging artists, designers and makers from the North West and across the UK. £1850 worth of prizes will be awarded at the special preview event on Wednesday 14 March and there will also be a group exhibition for the 2018 winners at the Waterside in 2019. This opportunity is open to all artist over 18 and work must have been created in the last 5 years. Artist must be able to deliver work to and collect work from Waterside, which is based in Manchester. There is an entry fee of £10 per work (maximum 3 entries).

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Expires: February 19, 2018


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