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Artrageous

Artrageous

An opportunity for BBC members to exhibit, and hopefully sell, small 2D work priced under £100 in the run up to Christmas. Tagged onto this is another opportunity to sell your creative work including cards and 3D work in an early evening launch.

Venues are Lacey’s bar, Cafecino+ and (the Energy Bar hopefully)

There is a £5 charge (made payable to Bideford Bay Creatives) for this event to pay for some publicity. There is no limit to the number of ‘art works’ submitted but the number hung will be dictated by available space (it is hoped that where work is sold it can be replaced with something comparable). Priority will be given to members not given the opportunity to take part in Culture Show and on a first come first served basis.

The submission will not be juried as such but a high standard/professional quality needs to be achieved in line with Culture Show. The venue owners will be given the right to reject any work they see as unfit, for whatever reason. All work needs to be strung and ready for hanging with a label clearly stating the price (less than £100), your name and contact details, fixed to the bottom right of the frame.

Work for exhibition needs to be ready to be hung for Sunday 22nd November so that Artrageous is ready for public viewing well in time for Bideford’s Christmas lights turning on the following Saturday.

The Launch will be upstairs at Lacey’s on Thursday 3rd December 5pm – 7pm to attract shoppers and workers in Bideford, this may be able to take place downstairs. You will be welcome to set out a stall with your creative work on, selling cards, jewellery, sculpture etc – no price limit on the work but a small commission of 5% will be taken from sales on this evening.

Please email if you wish to take part. Payment can be made with the delivery of work – drop-off location to be arranged nearer to the time.

Dave Green

A photographic artist who has built up a unique vision of the world through his digitally constructed images. None of his photographs are simply photographs; most of them are made from up to 100 separate images layered, like strata, on top of each other to build up an impression of what it is like to be in a place, giving the viewer far more than a visual experience.

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