original artwork by Lisa Frances Judd
HOW TO EXHIBIT AT CHANGEABLE ART
Upon request we will send a booking form.
North Sydney Community Centre is presenting Changeable Art on
Saturday 8 March, Saturday 10 May and Saturday 10 August 2014
WHAT IS CHANGEABLE ART?
Changeable Art is an open exhibition designed to give a voice to artists. The exhibitions are group mixed media exhibitions open to upcoming, new and established artists.
Exhibitions are held 3-4 times per year on market day (in conjunction with the North Sydney Market in civic park featuring live music, market and food stalls) from 10am-3pm.
There are no set up costs but the Centre will retain a 30% commission of any sales made on the day, or resulting directly from contacts made on the day.
The NSCC coordinator will manage all sales on the day, unless otherwise agreed prior to exhibition.
Each artist will be allocated an exhibition room either on their own or shared with another artist (as agreed with the coordinator). Each artist must assist the coordinator to set up the exhibition the Friday before the exhibition at an agreed time based on access times to the allocated room. The coordinator will provide details leading up to the exhibition.
All artists are expected to be at the exhibition for the duration of the exhibition
The Centre will allocate a number of easels and hanging mechanisms per room.
All artworks must have wire at the back for works to be hung. Tables and chairs may be provided. Any other items such as table coverings should be provided by the artist.
The Centre will assist in Marketing of the exhibition by generating an invitation that will be provided in electronic and paper version (if requested). The invitation will be placed on several appropriate websites and sent to local newspapers, radio stations and the centre’s database for promotion. Invitations will also be delivered to the council, library and local cafes. It is also up to the artists to promote the event as much as possible through their networks or family friends and colleagues.
Once the coordinator has booked you into an exhibition (a booking form will be provided) you will need to provide 3-4 images of your works (pref. hi -res jpegs), a bio or artist statement, a short paragraph describing the works to be exhibited (if relevant).
Artists can produce their own title labels, or the Centre can provide them. Labels to be attached to all works displayed and sold.
Artists are most welcome to utilise the CD players in each room to create a nice atmosphere. Some artists like to bring cheese and wine or flowers to decorate the room. This is welcome and at the artists discretion.
You are most welcome to visit the Centre.
The exhibition space will be allocated by the coordinator. Generally a minimum of 5 works, and up to approx 10-20 depending on the space available.
Artworks are to be taken home by the artists at the conclusion of the exhibition at 3pm on Saturday. The Centre takes no responsibility what so ever for damaged or stolen artworks. Artists exhibit works at their own risk and no liability will be taken by the Centre