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Call-out to curators for Fringe Arts Bath 2019

Do you have an idea for an exhibition, a performance, intervention or event?

Fringe Arts Bath (FaB) is offering aspiring Curators the opportunity to devise a show as part of FaB Festival, 24 May - 9 June 2019.

We invite fresh & challenging concepts: FaB is a test-bed for the new, wonderful, sometimes odd. We encourage you to think outside the box! Shows can include: performance, intervention, installation, multi-media, video work, photography, drawing, painting, sculpture & all in between. Anyone can apply, any level of experience: students, graduates, artists, local, national, international.

Gain experience in this competitive field, realise your own exhibition or event, make new contacts & network. 

AOP Awards 2019


There are a great many photography competitions out there for professionals and non-professionals alike, but the AOP Awards continues to be regarded as the original and the best - a celebration of exceptional work by the Industry's elite.  Being selected for entry into the AOP Awards Book and accompanying exhibition is one of the highest accolades available to photographers around the world.

Being not-for-profit all revenues generated from the AOP Awards support our work promoting photographers and creators, copyright protection and business best practice.

Exhibition: 15 April - 31 May 2019. One Canada Square, Canary Wharf.

Entries Close: Photography Awards: 21 January 2019 / Open Awards: 25 February 2019

Workshop- Paper Cutting and Crafting at The Ugly Bread Bakery

Ever wondered how to create those complex designs by Rob Ryan, or those gorgeous multi layered greetings cards? Now you can! I will teach you how to design for paper cutting, how to cut and how to create a three dimensional greetings card or art work to show off to your friends and family! Using established techniques in paper craft I will take your designs and ideas to the next level! Come and join me for an morning of tranquility in the delicate world of paper cutting. 

All the materials are provided but if you would like to bring a design or idea please feel free! If you would like better idea of what we will be creating I have a Pinterest board full of images and ideas for the workshop:


Workshop: D.I.Y Screen Printing- The Place Activity Centre 13/10/2018

D.I.Y Screen Printing is a great afternoon course to help you begin to master this diverse and exciting form of print making. Artist Sarah Holden will take you on a step by step tour of how to build your own screen scratch using inexpensive or found materials, then to create paper stencils and finally use them to print on your very own card and tote bags!

This workshop is aimed to provide you with all the skills and knowledge to print make simply and easily in the comfort of your own home. All materials are provided, but if you would like some inspiration there is a handy Pinterest board for you to look at.


If you would like to attend this event please head over to

Call for Zines for (In)visible Exhibition & Permanent Library

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS to arrive for inclusion in (In)visible exhibition is 4 OCTOBER 2018 (please bear this in mind when posting).

Taking place between 9 – 14 October to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October, (In)visible will feature a group of artists who have used their work as self-expression, communication and therapeutic release. With themes often thought of as taboo such as mental illness, abuse, and domestic violence, this exhibition promotes honesty and non-censorship. We aim to create a visually stimulating, thought-provoking and engaging event that ignites discussion, tackles stigmas and unites artist and audience.

Light and the Creative Economy – micro commissions callout


The Light Up the North network (LUTN) began in 2015 as a network to support 7 northern light festivals to collaborate, showcase new light work and support emerging artists.  After three years, it is a good time to reflect on what we have achieved. We are holding the LUTN National Conference in Blackpool 18-19 October 2018 in partnership with Nesta – the innovation agency. We want creativity to be at the heart of this process. With public funding from Arts Council England, we will award 5 micro-commissions inviting artists resident in England to interpret the content and the discussions of the conference in creative and innovative ways. 


The brief:


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