Deadline: Monday 11 April 2016 at 12 noon.
Would you like to exhibit as part of the UK’s leading alternative garden festival? If so, we invite you to apply. Practitioners, curators and organisations working in the field of visual art, or more broadly visual culture (architecture and design, for example), are invited to propose an entry for inclusion in the 2016 Thrive@Battersea participation in Chelsea Fringe.
Stories from the garden; past, present and future
If you have a project that you’d like to be part of the UK’s annual alterative garden festival, we’d like to hear from you. Entries will benefit from inclusion in social media, and from our PR strategy.
Proposal Deadline: Monday 11 April 2016 at 12 noon
Thrive will present a cross-disciplinary exhibition of artworks in the Old English Garden in Battersea Park by selected artists from our creative community as well as holding events across our other Battersea Gardens celebrating Thrive’s work. Open to the public from Tuesday 24 – Sunday 29 May 2016 (coinciding with Chelsea Flower show dates), the exhibition will provide a platform for talented artists during one of the most important weeks of the gardening calendar. This is an opportunity to showcase their work in an outside space located in a vibrant and dynamic area of London, whilst helping gain exposure in one of the main capitals of the art world, the exhibition is open to UK based artists from a wide range of artistic backgrounds.
For more info see www.thrive.org.uk and www.chelseafringe.com
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