Grundy Art Gallery: Show your work at OPEN 2022

Previous Open Submission Show at the Grundy
After last year’s online only exhibition, OPEN 2022 is set to return to Blackpool’s Grundy Art Gallery.

In line with Grundy’s founding principles of showing the ‘art of the day’ and echoing Blackpool’s motto of ‘progress’, the gallery is looking for artworks that have been created within the last 12 months and that have never been shown at the Grundy Art Gallery before. The exhibition aims to be illustrative of the diverse range of artwork being produced throughout Blackpool and the Fylde Coast today.

Once again they have decided to waive the submission fee for artworks for OPEN 2022, making it completely free for all eligible artists to submit their work.

OPEN 2022 is open to all residents living, working and studying in the Fylde Coast area over the age of 18 years and with an FY1-8 postcode. If you live a little bit beyond the area’s boundaries, you may be also eligible to take part too; some PR3 and PR4 postcodes are eligible so please check with the gallery.

How to apply
  • Completed application forms must be submitted via e-mail (preferred) to [email protected] with the subject line OPEN2022.
  • You can submit in person at the Grundy Art Gallery. If you do not have reliable computer and/or Internet access and/or are intending to return, your application form ‘in person’ and find that the gallery door is closed please post your completed application for through the door
  • Deadline: You must submit your application by 4pm on 18th December 2021. Applications received after this date will not be eligible.
  • Due to limited space, earlier applications will be given priority, so please apply early to avoid disappointment.
Header image: Previous Open Submission Show at the Grundy Art Gallery


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