COMPETITION | Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2010

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2010 call for entries is now open and will run until 16 March 2010.

One of the founding principles of the Royal Academy of Arts was to ‘mount an annual exhibition open to all artists of distinguished merit’ to finance the training of young artists in the RA Schools. Now known as the Summer Exhibition and held every year without interruption since 1769, the exhibition attracts around 10,000 works, the selection being carried out by Academicians chaired by the President.

The Summer Exhibition is the largest open contemporary art exhibition in the world, drawing together a wide range of new work by both established and unknown living artists in all media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and architecture.

The majority of works are for sale.* Any artist may enter work for selection, and artists are strongly encouraged to enter work which is available for sale.

The entry has to be submitted by the 25th March 2010.

This year’s ‘Selection and Hanging Committee’ consists of: Olwyn Bowey, Stephen Chambers , David Chipperfield, Anne Christopher, Eileen Cooper, Stephen Farthing, Norman Foster, Michael Hopkins, John Hoyland, Allen Jones, David Remfry, John Wragg.

There is an entry fee of £25 with a maximum of two works.

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2 responses to “COMPETITION | Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2010

  1. please send via POST application form for the SUMMER EXHIBITION 2010
    to FITZROY
    ELLIS ROAD,
    BRADFIELD,
    MANNINGTREE,
    ESSEX
    CO11 2RE

    with thanks Miss Liza J Moore

    • Hi Liza,

      I don’t actually run the Summer Exhibition I have just blogged about it to bring it to peoples attention, it is run by the Royal Academy.

      Please follow the links within the article which will take you to the website were you will be able to see all the information you need and either print of a form or apply online,

      Thanks

      Framedink

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