Open Call for ‘Fusion’ with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital

Open Call for ‘Fusion’ with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital

Calling all artists:

PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital NHS Trust are currently accepting submissions for their new exhibition of 2016 —–‘Fusion’ (starts 7th December 2016).

Fusion is a combination of separate art forms and concepts: from East to West, from conventional to Avant, or monochrome to polychrome. Art pieces in a range of styles, subjects and mediums are welcome to represent this theme in a variety of ways.

What we do:

Promoting Art In Aintree has been operating within Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since September 2007. It provides Art in all its forms within the hospital environment for patients, carers, staff and the wider community.  PARTIA works with a wide range of partners and communities and has achieved recognition within ‘Arts & Health’ attracting positive publicity.

Unlike a traditional gallery space PARTIA welcomes a variety of work from established to emerging artists; and since we’re a hospital we also receive more footfall than many galleries (350,000 people walk through our hospital per year).

What we offer:

All art is for sale and a 25% commission will be charged. Please ensure you have calculated this in your selling price. Keep in mind that everyone who takes part will receive promotion, communication and networking opportunities.

  1. How to apply:
  2. To take part in this exciting new exhibition, simply email a maximum of 3 JPGs of the proposed artwork as well as a completed registration form before the submission deadline. Please see the Terms and Conditions for further details (available on request).
  3. For further queries and to request a registration pack conditions please contact partia@Aintree.nhs.uk.

 

Submission deadline for proposals: by 5pm on 15th November.

*We apologize for this short time range for submissions because our new voluntary art exhibition coordinators have just recently started. They are working hard to bring everything up to speed.