2022 despite all efforts a suitable date for our
could not be found at our usual venue the
De La Warr Pavilion Studio
this was due due to a backlog of cancelled events during the Lockdown.
Not to be denied the chance for our Members to Exhibit and Sell, the Exhibition co-ordinator managed to find, not ONE but TWO dates at The STADE HALL in Hastings.
An Exciting opportunity for us
This venue has proved very successful for Art exhibitions in the past.
The First Exhibition was from 17th to 22nd May
The second Exhibition 25th to 30th October
We wish every one good luck at this exciting new venue,
We have secured the August Bank Holiday for an exhibition back at the De La Warr for 2023
Submission time for exhibits October to be confirmed
Any items which differ from those listed on your entry forms will not be accepted.
BAS sales commission on hung pictures will be 20%
Mounted originals and Giclée Prints for the Browsers no more than one print per image (max 5) @ £3.00. Commission on mounted sales will be 20%
Canvas blocks to be framed or painted around the edges (can be any colour) and be complete with cords as per framed pictures.
Any clips, nails or staples to be covered with opaque permanent tape (not masking tape). All craft items must be suitable for hanging.
Pictures for hanging and craft items need a card ‘parcel label’ on string to be attached to each picture to be hung, the string to be long enough to bring the label to the front of the item so it can be easily identified for labelling purposes during Hanging.
The label should read: Artist Name
Title of Work
Up to 40 cards, no more than 10 of the same design, at flat rate entry fee of £3.00. Cards to sell at £2.50 with 50p commission to be paid to BAS
All cards must have an accompanying envelope, be contained in a cellophane wrap and have a label on the reverse giving the Artists name on every card.
All artwork must be of original inspiration and not created under instruction.
Although every care will be taken neither BAS or The Stade Hall are responsible for any loss or damage to your work and you are advised to take out your own insurance cover. This is normal policy with large art galleries.
No copies of other artists work, use of other photographer’s photos or stills taken from films without acknowledgement and /or permission.
Whilst we want all members to be able to exhibit, hanging space is limited and therefore we cannot guarantee to hang all work
Sold Items Net sale price will be paid to the member by BACS transfer directly to your bank account.
Sold items may be removed from the wall if the buyer is unable to collect on the Sunday. If an item is removed, the artist may be given an opportunity to bring a replacement item of a similar size to the Exhibition if there are no spare pictures.
All artwork may be subject to refusal if deemed by the exhibition committee to be unsuitable in presentation, content, price or size.
Collection of unsold exhibits
At the close of the Exhibition
All frames must be well constructed without blemishes, window mounts to be clean with neat bevel edges.
The back of the frame is to be neatly finished with opaque tape (not masking tape) and complete with D rings (not screw-eyes/eyelets) with taut nylon cord (not wire) placed 1/3rd distance from the top of the painting.
All water colour and acrylic pictures painted in a water colour style, i.e. on paper, to be behind glass which should be clean both inside and out.
All items for the browser original Artwork and Giclée Prints on paper must be in bevel edge mounts with backboard support and covered in a protective clear film Florist’s film is good for this. A sticky label with details of artist name, title of the work, medium and Price to be on the back of the item for ease of identification.
If any members have queries please ask, and ideally bring the artwork in question to our next meeting.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions at any time.
We aim to respond within 3 working days.
Here’s to another successful Exhibition in an Exciting New Location.