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Open Art Exhibition 2022 - Artwork Submission Form

Open Art Exhibition 2022

Artwork Submission Form 


Greenfield Arts would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in our 2022 'Open Art Exhibition'. The exhibition runs from Thursday 10th March - Wednesday 27th April 2022. The concept of this year's Open Art Exhibition, ‘Our Place’ is all about celebrating the stories of people, places, and the attributes of the local area. What does ‘Our Place’ mean to you? What does the local area represent for you?
The deadline for submissions is Friday 28 January 2022. The cost per artist is £15.00, this can be paid either by cheque, or by cash at Greenfield Arts - all cheques should be made payable to 'The Greenfield Centre'. 

If you would like to participate in our annual exhibition you can do so by:
  • contacting Greenfield Arts for a paper pack/submission form
  • filling in the online form below
Please note you will receive an email with further details by email. Artwork is to be delivered to Greenfield Arts on Thursday 3 March and Friday 4 March 2022.

We look forward to receiving your submission by Friday 28 January 2022, if you would like further information please contact our friendly team on 01325 379048 or email info@greenfield-arts.co.uk
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Helpful information about mirror plates & framing – Open Art Exhibition 2022 All two-dimensional artwork submitted to The Greenfield Gallery ‘Open Art Exhibition 2022’ should be framed (where appropriate) and have mirror plates attached. If your work is on a deep edged stretched canvas, mirror plates can be applied to these directly. Mirror plates look like this:

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They are widely available from DIY shops – Boyes and Wilkinson’s for example supply them at good value for a pair. They usually come with small screws to attach them to your frame or directly to your artwork. Please make sure your mirror plates are of a good size. If mirror plates are too small, they are difficult to hang without damaging the frame. Please contact us if you have any questions about this. Please attach mirror plates securely to your artwork in the centre of the left and right vertical sides. For your artwork to be safe and secure, and covered by our insurance whilst on display, artworks need to be attached to the gallery wall with mirror plates. Please consider this when framing your work, and make sure that artworks arrive at Greenfield Arts with mirror plates attached – if they do not you will be asked to attach the mirror plates in situ, or take it away and bring it back with mirror plates attached. If you have any questions, please get in touch with our friendly arts team on 01325 379048 or info@greenfield-arts.co.uk