Northumberland’s magic might be found in its landscapes, light, local legends or lore of the land.
The subject matter is open to interpretation by the artist, so expect the unexpected and to enjoy seeing a diverse range of subject matter and media.
Our popular annual open exhibitions showcase talented northern artists and celebrate our northern people and places.
Please contact email@example.com by Wednesday 22nd January if you are interested in submitting. We will not accept submissions after this date.
- Artists may submit up to three works for consideration at a fee of £10 per work (non-refundable).
- Artists must be able to deliver works for consideration to Woodhorn Museum on Saturday 25th January 2020 between the hours of 11am and 3pm. Works must be accompanied by a completed entry form and a signed copy of our terms and condition. Full payment will be taken upon delivery by cash or card.
- The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Artists must be able to collect unselected work from Woodhorn Museum on Saturday 8th February 2020 between the hours of 11am and 3pm.
- After the exhibition closes, artists must be able to collect work that is not for sale or unsold on Saturday 25th April 2020 between the hours of 11am and 3pm.
Selection Panel Bios:
Claire Venus is an arts professional with twenty years of freelance experience of working with organisations to enhance and inspire programmes for children, young people and families.
She has mentored over 200 artists and is passionate about supporting individuals to develop their practise and understand their big dreams.
An experienced fundraiser, project manager and producer of participatory cultural projects, she lobbies for participant self agency.
Her company, Creatively Conscious encourages environmental sustainability, multi-layered creativity, digital community and universal connection.
Working primarily in the North East of England and Edinburgh, her clients include Northumberland County Council, National Trust, Museums Northumberland, Voluntary Arts Scotland and Action for Children.
Narbi Price is a painter. He is the Journal Culture Awards Visual Artist of the Year 2018, and the winner of the Contemporary British Painting Prize 2017. He was featured in Phaidon’s Vitamin P3 – New Perspectives in Painting and was a prizewinner in the John Moores Painting Prize 2012. He is currently completing an AHRC funded PhD at Newcastle University in partnership with Woodhorn Museum and is on the board of the Ashington Group Trustees.