Submissions sought for exhibitions

GALWAY ARTISTS are being invited to submit work for a number of exhibitions that will be taking place in Galway next month.

The Galway Arts Centre is now seeking submissions for participation in a pop-up exhibition, which will run at the centre from Tuesday November 23 to Saturday 27.

This is a group show exhibiting artists selected from around the country. Each artist is asked to address the space within a small jar. Proposals for work in any medium are welcome but there are limited power sources and jars must be of sound quality (artists must supply their own jar ).

Artists should submit a brief biography, artis’ts statement; their proposal; examples of images of previous work; title, medium, and price of the work.

Applications should be sent by email to [email protected] no later than 5pm on Friday November 5.

Impressions, Ireland’s longest running open submission print exhibition, runs from December 3 to January 8 in the Galway Arts Centre.

Artists are invited to submit up to three framed prints for inclusion in the show. All must be original works and can be in any print medium, including digital. Prints must be submitted by Thursday November 4.

For more information on the above exhibitions contact the Galway Arts Centre on 091 - 565886 or email [email protected], Lorg Printmakers is seeking submissions for its Lorg Anonymous Exhibition. Artists are invited to submit an A5 piece of artwork (up to three works from each artist will be accepted ). It is open to artists working in all areas of paint, print, digital print, and mixed media.

The deadline for submissions is Friday November 19. The exhibition will run from November 26 to the end of December.

Send submissions to Grace Mitchell, Lorg Fine Art Printmakers, Unit 8 Ballybane Enterprise Centre, Ballybane, Galway. Please include the relevant priced stamped address envelope to ensure all unsold pieces are returned.

For more information call 091 - 773759, email [email protected], or see


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