Submit the electronic versions of your original artworks that refer to the theme of the exhibition (“United”). All styles, techniques, and mediums (painting, drawing, sculpture, digital art, graphic art, collage, etc.) are acceptable.
Selected artworks will be printed and exhibited as giclee prints in Gologorski Gallery in Krakow, Poland and during the Art Show. Non-printed submissions will be shown as a multimedia presentation at the exhibition. The exhibition will also be reproduced as a series of photos in 360° technology and the event will be promoted on the gallery’s website and in social media.
Submissions deadline extended: November 6th, 2017
1. Submit up to 3 files in .JPG, .BMP or .TIF file format with your artworks through our online form (300 dpi, maximum file size 5 MB).
Please make sure that you files are created using the rule: Name_Surname_WorkTitle
It will make our work much easier and help us make sure the works are correctly labeled when printed for the exhibition or presented on a screen.
2. Make payment through our website with PayPal (fixed fee: €30, up to 3 artworks).
PLEASE NOTE: If your country does not allow to use PayPal or if you’re having problems with processing the payment after sending the files, please let us know in a separate e-mail at office[at]gologorski.com or by using Contact form.
You can see the where to look for debit/credit card payment after you submit your artworks on the image below:
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Shortly before the exhibition, every participating artist is eligible to download the exhibition’s promo-pack, including the invitation and poster that can be used on artists’ websites and in social media. The gallery will be publishing the documentation of the exhibition on its website and blog.
By submitting the artwork and paying the submission fee, every artist agrees to use the submitted artworks for promotional purposes of the exhibition (such as publication and feature on the gallery’s website and social media websites) by the Gologorski Gallery. The pictures published by the gallery might be used by participating artists for self-promotion.