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Big Little Show: Members Exhibition Call Out 2018

November 3 @ 2:00 pm - November 21 @ 3:00 pm

Depot Artspace extends an invitation to all Members to present works for Big Little Show: Members Exhibition 2018, a curated exhibition of small works. We welcome well presented, good quality, and easily handled works, 250x250mm or under, of all mediums (2D or 3D) under the $250.00 price. All works will be on sale in anticipation of the Christmas holidays.

Here’s what you need to know if you’d like to exhibit in this show:

• Maximum of 4 artworks per artist with an entry fee of $10.00 per artwork.
• The commission on sales is the standard rate of 30% plus GST which equals a total of 34.5%.
• Artworks are to be delivered by: Wednesday 31 October during opening hours. Please ensure all works are labelled with swing tags including: artist name and phone number, title, medium and retail price. You will need to complete a receipt form at the Gallery when you deliver the works.
• Unsold work must be collected between 3pm Wednesday 22 November and 3pm Saturday 24 November 2018. The Depot will not take responsibility for work after this date and reserves the right to offer for sale at our discretion.
• Exhibiting artists have the opportunity to volunteer at the Gallery on a Sunday for 2 hours, and in return, they do not need to pay the exhibition entry fee for their works.


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