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Open Call for Exhibition





We are a new contemporary Arts organisation dedicated to organising exhibitions for new contemporary artists across the country and internationally.

We are taking submissions and portfolios now for next years programme of group exhibitions.

Works can be in any medium and based on any theme. Our idea is to put on as many shows as possible of new artists works and to group together artists with similar practices.

We are looking for all mediums, including performance, film, installation, multimedia, music, sound, painting, sculpture and 3d. We prefer artists who are flexible with there practices and willing to take on new challenging spaces with there work.


Please could you email to us,

A personal statement (as many words as you like)

A portfolio (as many images as you'd like)

And any proposals for new ideas such as installations if you have any

All artforms are welcome


We will be back in touch with you soon


Sometime Exhibitions

CUT Festival - New Commissions call out


CUT Festival - The Art of Barbering is a 10 day multidisciplinary arts festival that brings together international artists, East London barbers and activists. The festival is curated by jamie lewis hadley and produced by Xavier de Sousa with support from Artsadmin and Live Art Development Agency.

Supported by Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Wellcome Trust and Jerwood Charitable Foundation, the festival will take place across multiple venues in East London, including Toynbee Studios, Archive Gallery and various barbershops. A number of international artists and barbers will be presenting work at the festival, including Oreet Ashery (UK), Cary Kwok (Hong Kong), Brandon Tauszik (USA), Hick Duarte (Brazil) and Mark Bustos (USA).

As part of the festival, and in partnership with Jerwood Charitable Foundation, we are offering 3 commissions of 1000 to UK-based artists of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines (with up to 10 years of professional experience) to submit work which responds to the themes of the festival as part of our Next in Line platform. Whilst we do encourage artists to propose works suitable for presentation within a barbershop, we are also open to works that might better be situated within a more traditional setting.

Successful artists will be invited to London to spend the day workshopping their ideas, visiting sites and meeting with mentors and of course get their hair cut!

Proposals will be reviewed by a selection of artists, barbers and representatives from institutional partners and invited guests.

FULL Call-out brief on our website:

Application process:

Please submit up to a 250 word proposal OR 5 minute video outlining your proposed artwork, artistic CV plus supporting images/video via website links. If you do not have a website, please send up to 5 images of your work.

Deadline for proposals is 29thDecember at 8am

Successful applications will be informed by 6th January

Festival dates - 24th February to 5th March 2017

All video submissions must be uploaded onto appropriate platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo with the link included in the body of your application email. Please send submissions to:

Calling For Short Films



Everyday Arias is a short film festival/ project that celebrates the opera of everyday life. We also embrace submissions that incorporate world theatre traditions such as Chinese Opera, Kathakali, storytelling, kabuki etc P.S ITS FREE TO SUBMIT ..check us out


The Festival will take place in London on January 21st 2017

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