Submitting your work for Exhibition
When submitting your work for exhibition, please ensure you have met the ‘criteria’ by answering the 10 questions on your submission email
The Life After Lockdown Project is open for submissions NOW!
There is no final deadline for submissions. We plan to launch the first version of the online gallery by 10th June 2020. So if you'd like to be featured in the first version of the gallery please get your submissions in soon.
We'll update this page with further updates about the project.
- The work is your own and not a copy of another artist’s work.
- The work is not work you have produced at school, or for an examination course.
- You can submit more than one piece of work.
- You are able to photograph, scan or digitally record your work ready for attaching as a file to your email submission. The photograph or digital file size you submit is less than 10mb.
- What is your name/s (you are welcome to use initials, surname or a nickname to hide your full identity)?
- What is the County or area you live in the UK (or country if outside the UK) ?
- What is the title of the Art & Design course you are on, or have just completed at school/college e.g. GCSE Fine Art, A Level Art & Design, or BTEC Art & Design L3?
- What is the title of your work?
- What media did you use i.e. oil paint on canvas, plaster on wood, or paper, card and acrylic paint?
- What is the physical size of your artwork?
- Please complete a 100 word statement – to explain your ideas and creative intentions, identifying any creative influences you wish to identify
- Can you confirm that this is fully your own work, or an original collaboration with another student?
- Can you confirm that you agree to your work being exhibited online and used for promotional purposes?
- Can you confirm that you agree to your work being up for selection for a future exhibition in a gallery (gallery details still to be confirmed)?
The Life After Lockdown Project reserves the right to select submitted work for inclusion in the online exhibition/gallery.
I understand that without answers to all the above questions, I will not be able to exhibit my work in the online gallery.
Copyright statement: I confirm that by submitting work to the Life After Lockdown Project for exhibition, that I assert that this is my own work. It has not been produced for any examination purposes and I am the creator/originator of the artwork. I hereby agree to allow the Life After Lockdown project exhibit my work in the online gallery and agree to images of my work being used to advertise the exhibition. I also agree to my work being exhibited as part of a physical exhibition. I agree that my email address can be stored for the duration of the project, should the Life After Lockdown Project need to contact me to arrange for the physical exhibition in a gallery.
- Your response to the 10 questions
- Your image file
- Up to two additional (optional) images showing work in progress
The Life After Lockdown Project is a not-for-profit organisation, set up to enable school and college students studying a course in art and design, to exhibit work they produce during Lockdown about ‘life after lockdown’.