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Call to artists from Bruntnell-Astley

Posted on Mar 28, 2017. 0 comments

 

Call to Artists From www.Bruntnell-Astley.com

Date: Start date to be 24th August until 9th September 2017 

Allister Malcolm celebrates 20 years as a professional glass artist with a retrospective exhibition this year. As part of this Bruntnell Astley have been invited to show on the first floor of the White House Cone museum of glass. This will be during the Iinternational Festival of Glass and The British Glass Biennale.

 

If you want to put forward one artwork (or a collection that represent one artwork), could you create a word document to include:

 

1)Name of artwork 

2)Dimensions, materials  and rough weight. 

3)Brief artist statement on the work

4)Artist price and standard retail price. Please include any VAT into artist price 

5) Separate image/s around 7x5 inches at 300 dpi 

 

There will be a contractual letter sent out in due course after acceptance. 

This time we will be charging £10 per entry. (This is all going on marketing of the event.)

 

Application Deadline: 10th April 2017 23:00hrs

 

 

 

If you would like to send the above by normal mail:

 

Simon Bruntnell 

Orchard Cottage

School Road 

Trysull

WV5 7HR 

 

Cheques made payable to Bruntnell Astley

Electronic payment 

 

BACS -        sort code 40-43-17

                   account number 82395932

Your ref your name.

 

Emails to Simon@bruntnell-astley.com

One thing we are looking at is the idea of lectures and workshops during the festival week . If you would like to put forward a workshop/lecture please supply a brief outline of your idea.

 

(A word document containing)

 

1) Name of workshop/lecture

2) brief description 

3) numbers of audience 

4) payment required (if any) and including any VAT

5) any specialist equipment, projectors. 

 

This is just an idea we are exploring. We would like to make it work and for it to be interesting and to compliment the exhibition.

 

The workshops will be listed on the Bruntnell-Astley website:

 http://www.bruntnell-astley.com/collections/glass-workshops-in-the-heart-of-england

 

 

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