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Open Call | Rye Winter Salon Exhibition

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We at Rye Creative Centre are very excited to launch an open call for the upcoming Winter Salon exhibition.
The exhibition will run 25 November - 9 December 2017 and all are welcome to submit work for consideration.
Apply online and find all details on our website here: http://ryecreativecentre.co.uk/artists-open-call/

The submission period runs from Monday 31 July until Sunday 15 October 2017.

We accept painting, drawing, original prints, photography, sculptures,maquettes, collages, installation, video and performance for consideration.

If your entry is successful your work will be featured in the exhibition and you will also be eligible for the salon first prize. This prize will consist of a solo exhibition at the Rye Creative Centre.

Work will be selected by our own curator, Paula MacArthur and a guest curator, soon to be announced.

We look forward to seeing your work!

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