CALL FOR ARTISTS FOR COLLABORATIVE ONLINE GALLERY SHOW.

AN EXCITING CALL FOR GLASS ARTISTS.

"COLLABORATE"- A combined online exhibition with NZSAG and CGS.

We are pleased to announce details of a first for New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass (NZSAG) – a juried online exhibition, to be held in conjunction with the Contemporary Glass Society’s (CGS) Members. CGS is celebrating its 20th Anniversary (in 2017) by holding a series of national and international collaborative exhibitions.

COLLABORATE THEME: Open to the artists’ interpretation of the concept of collaboration, what it means to us as individuals, as artists and as a community.

The exhibition work is open all techniques including hot glass, fused glass, stained glass, pâte de verre, engraving, jewellery, cast glass and mixed media by NZSAG members and members of CGS.

* The closing date for entries will be 30th September 2018 for NZ artists/NZSAG members.

* A selection of Juried entries, curated by CGS, will be exhibited in an online gallery hosted by the CGS website

* The gallery of selected entries will be online for viewing from 20th October.

You will need to submit one image of your work, along with a short description of the piece and artist details. Please email info@cgs.org.uk for further details.

You will need to either be an artist from New Zealand or a CGS member (we would welcome you to join to take part). As a CGS member, you then have the chance to take part in all our free online gallery shows.

Further details here: http://www.cgs.org.uk/news/call-artists-collaborative-online-gallery-show
Email Nicola Schellander at info@cgs.org.uk for details

We would very much like to invite international artists to take part.

The CGS member deadline is 15th October, 2018

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All the work on display must be available for sale. Work must have been completed in the last eighteen months. No late entries will be accepted. This show is open to all members of the NZSAG and CGS members.

In your submission, please include a description of work & why it meets the brief of Collaborate (50 words which will be included with your work)

If you are a CGS member, please submit your entry through your member profile page.

For questions, email Nicola Schellander at info@cgs.org.ukcgs.org.uk