3 Counties Open Art Exhibition-Deadline D

THREE COUNTIES OPEN ART EXHIBITION


Hartland Coast, Chris Clements (Winner of Keele Univiersity 1st Prize 2013).Call For Entries


Artists from across Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire are invited to take part in the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition. The Exhibition will run from November 12 to December 11.


Prizes for the competition include:


The Arthur Berry Prize, worth £1,000; the Barracks Trust Prize worth £250, and Keele University Prizes of £300, £150 and £50.


The annual Three Counties Open Art exhibition has gained a reputation for being one of the most outstanding showcases of art from Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire. Artists selected to exhibit have the opportunity to sell their work.


Application forms will shortly be available to download from: http://www.keele.ac.uk/artgallery/



Receiving days: Friday 25 October, 10am – 4pm & Saturday 26 October, 10am – 1pm
Keele University Art Gallery, Chancellor’s Building

and from Keele University website:

THREE COUNTIES OPEN ART EXHIBITION12 NOVEMBER – 11 DECEMBER 2013

The annual Three Counties Open Art exhibition at Keele University has gained a reputation for being one of the most outstanding showcases of art from Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire. In previous years the competition has received hundreds of entries meaning the final pieces selected for exhibition are not only top quality but also diverse in style and subject. In the month long exhibition in the lead up to Christmas there is also the opportunity to buy the majority of unique works on display.
In addition to being selected to display their work alongside some of the most applauded artsits from the area, those who enter the exhibition have the chance of winning a number of prizes including The Arthur Berry Prize, worth £1,000, the Barracks Trust Prize worth £250, and Keele University Prizes of £300, £150 and £50.
Hartland Coast, Chris Clements (Winner of Keele Univiersity 1st Prize 2013).
Hartland Coast, Chris Clements (Winner of Keele University 1st Prize, 2013).