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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 

FOR THE SLWA SUMMER EXHIBITION

Deadline for entries 24 June

Friday 08 July  6 – 9 pm – Artist Talking event for our membership and friends
Friday 15 July  6 – 9 pm – Summer party for friends and guests
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SMALL WORKS ON PAPER
Photography • Print  • Giclee  • Drawing  • Painting • Textiles  • Collage
Max size A3 (29.7 cm x 42 cm) including frame
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To submit
email one jpeg of one work to

In your accompanying email, state your name, title of the work, media, date and sale price.

eg: Liz Charsley-Jory, Wet Day, charcoal on paper, 2011, £250

 • All works must be for sale.
 £10 fee payable on drop off. 
SLWA will take 10% commission on sales 

Unsold works must be collected on the 16 July. Time to be confirmed.
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This promises to be a lovely event to mark the end of this year’s Artist Talking programme of exhibitions and events.
 Bespoke Space is great space and we have the use of the outside courtyard.
BESPOKE SPACE, UNIT 4 BLACKWATER  CT, 17-21 BLACKWATER STREET, SE22 40
Member artists are needed to help with the organization of the event.
Please say if you can help.

 


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Sarah Sparkes flyer by slwartists
Sarah Sparkes flyer, a photo by slwartists on Flickr.

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After a very popular show with over 200 people at the opening and a lot of positive feedback, WOMEN and BOOKS exhibition at Dulwich Library ends 26 March.
Please come to collect your paintings on Sunday 27th March at Dulwich Library .
Collection is between 10.30 and 11.30am and please remember your receipt forms!
PLEASE be on time as the Library opens and we need to have taken the show down by then.

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Friday 25 March 2011: Susan Hiller: Curator’s talk

Tate Britain
13.00 – 14.00
Tickets cost £5
Tel 0207 887 8888 to book your ticket now
email jackiekbrown20a@gmail.com for details

Wednesday 30 March 2011: Modern British Sculpture at the Royal Academy of Arts

Curated by Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain
Free talk at 2.30 Please arrive at 2pm
Entrance to exhibition £12 and £10 concessions
Buy ticket on the day
email moira.jarvis@btopenworld.com for details

Friday 11 March 2011: Life Drawing Workshop
Numbers are limited
10.30 – 1.30
email moira.jarvis@btopenworld.com for details

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St James’s Open Art Fair
Thursday July 21st to Sunday July 25th

St. James’s Street
London
SW1A 1PL

The St. James’s Open is a new opportunity for artists, galleries, dealers and agents to show and sell work at a prestigious West End location for a period of four days during the summer of 2011

The venue offers a large, flexible space in St James’s Street, Mayfair that can accommodate over thirty good-size exhibition stands at very affordable rates.

The event will have exclusive use of the building, which also operates full catering and bar facilities. Reception, security and technical support will be in place. Commission free.

Full details are available to interested parties who, in the first instance, should contact:

Arts Associates Limited
email: ian@artsassociates.co.uk
or tel: ++44(0)7909 558204

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Pop by This weekend and visit our information stall in the Royal Festival Hall

WOW – Women of the World Festival – March 11 – 13 2011

The SLWA stall will be themed around Networking, Empowerment and Mentoring.
We need SLWA members to take part during the weekend please contact Laura if you can help.

SLWA will be promoting our organisation and our members work.
You can give us your postcards to exhibit either bring your postcards to the Celebrating Women Private View at Dulwich Library this Thursday 03 March.
or arrange delivery with Laura by emailing her directly:
enquiries@lauramoretongriffiths.com

For more information about WoW and the programme of events visit
http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/festivals-series/wow-–-women-of-the-world-0 (more…)

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