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36 Lime Street Gallery are now seeking proposals for our 2013 programme.
This year’s programme will allow for 6 exhibitions to take place between May and December 2013. This space is available for artists, students and studio members to exhibit in. Any art form is welcome.
• Exhibitions will run for a maximum of two weeks, with one week installation in advance.
• 36 Lime Street will publicise the programme via its website and emarketing platforms.
• Exhibitors are able to arrange a preview for their exhibition, in consultation with 36 Lime Street.
• Artists and curators are also responsible for invigilating their own shows – each show must be open to the public for a minimum of one weekend ( 11am – 4pm Saturday and Sunday).
• 36 Lime St Gallery has no direct funding, therefore artists and curators are expected to fund their own shows.
• Artists must note that 36 Lime Street cannot insure any work while it is in the Gallery.
• Exhibitors must return the space to its original condition after finishing exhibitions.
There are 6 ‘slots’ available for the exhibitions which can be: May/June, June/July, July/Aug, Aug/Sept, Sept/Oct, Oct/Nov, Nov/Dec. Applicants are asked to state a date preference within their application.
Proposals can be submitted by email only. Applicants should send 6 relevant of recent work (72dpi JPEG), a C.V., an outline of intention for the space (including preferred dates), and a link to website or online portfolio if available to:gallery@36limestreet.co.uk
The deadline is 5pm, Friday 8th March. All artists will be informed of our selection by Friday 22nd March.
If you have any further enquiries, please email us at gallery@36limestreet.co.uk

 

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