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ARCHITECTS AS ARTISTS EXHIBITION 2022

Blog | Date: July 27, 2022

ARCHITECTS AS ARTISTS EXHIBITION
CALL FOR ENTRIES – INVITATION TO EXHIBIT

The Pretoria Institute for Architecture
will be hosting yet another
ARCHITECTS AS ARTISTS EXHIBITION
at
TRENT GALLERY, 198 LONG AVENUE, WATERKLOOF
from
2 SEPTEMBER 2022 – 14 SEPTEMBER 2022

We are inviting all the creative architectural professionals to enter photos of their best artwork (not architecture) by no later than 19 AUGUST 2022 for curating by Trent Gallery.
(This could be paintings, sculptures, carpentry, mosaic, photography, etc.)

CALL FOR ENTRIES

SUBMISSION DETAILS

  1. All interested parties have to submit their entries as per the timelines below to Mauneen.
  2. Photos of your artworks (10 maximum) should be e-mailed to Mauneen @ management@pia.org.za by no later than 13h00 on 19 August 2022. Please take care of the pictures submitted as even projects which won’t be exhibited, will still be digitally displayed. Carefully considered pictures are also essential for curation. Please ensure that the images (JPEG or BITMAP) are no larger than 500kb.
  3. Please also list your artwork images submitted – name them and add the price you want for them next to it. (e.g. 1. Painting – Funky Fish – R5000.00)
  4. Curating and Selecting of artwork will be done by the Trent Gallery and participants will be notified by no later than 22 August 2022.
  5. Invoices for selected entries ONLY, will be forwarded to participants by no later than 25 August 2022 and is payable by no later than 30 August 2022.
    All artworks exhibited must be for sale. Should an artwork not be for sale, it may only be exhibited with prior approval of the PIA and gallery management.

MORE INFORMATION

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission of images for selection:
19 August 2022 before 13h00 Submission to management@pia.org.za
Notification of Selection: 22 August 2022
Invoices issued by 25 August for payment 30 August 2022

Exhibition dates
2 September 2022 to 14 September 2022
Opening: Friday, 2 September 2022 at 17h45 for 18h00
Closing Date: Thursday 30 August 2022 12:00
Venue: Trent Gallery, 198 Long Street, Waterkloof

Gallery viewing hours
Monday to Friday: 08:30 to 16:30
Saturday: 08:30 to 12:30
Sunday & Public Holidays: Gallery Closed
By appointment: Stuart Trent 082 923 2551

Delivery, curating and collection dates
Delivery: Wednesday, 31 August 2022 between 08:30 – 16:00 and Thursday, 1 September 2022 between 08:00 and 12:00
Curating: Thursday 1 September 2022 between 13:00 and 17:00
Collection: Thursday, 15 September 2022 between 08:30 – 16:00

SPONSORSHIPS

Looking for sponsors of the following:

  • BAND (MUSICIANS) FOR OPENING EVENING
  • CATERING (Opening Evening)
  • WINE (Opening Evening)

Please contact Mauneen – managment@pia.org.za or 083 297 4697


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Commissions, Publicity, Expenses, etc:

The artist is responsible for the delivery and collection of all the artworks to and from the gallery. Neither the gallery nor the PIA undertake to do packaging, transportation or the arranging of transportation of the artworks and does not store the artist’s packaging material. (The PIA will assist those exhibitors from out of town as per arrangement only.)

Note: Although the greatest care is taken, neither the gallery, nor the PIA accept any responsibility for the loss or damage to the work of an artist while in the care of the gallery. The gallery cannot be held responsible for the safety of, and possible damage to, any unsold artworks that are not collected on the specified date.

Commission
All artworks on exhibition must be for sale, should an artwork not be for sale it may only be exhibited with approval of the gallery management. Any sales made by the gallery on behalf of the artist cannot be retracted by the artist.
The Association takes 33⅓% commission on the selling price of artworks sold by the gallery (of which the PIA will get 7.5%), inclusive of artworks promoted by the gallery and which may be sold prior or subsequent to the exhibition. The correct way of calculating the selling price is the artist’s price plus 50%, i.e. R1 000 + R500 = R1 500.

Publicity
In order to obtain the best media coverage, the PIA will promote this event as well as the gallery. A press release will also be done and distributed to various magazines, newspapers, etc. in Pretoria and Johannesburg.
Invitations and marketing is done electronically and via social media

Expenses
The gallery rent, the distribution of invitations, refreshments for the opening of the exhibition, casual wages and administrative expenses will be paid by the PIA (Exhibition fees and possible sponsorships will assist with this).
Members pay R150.00 per selected artwork for the exhibition and non-members R200.00 per selected item.

Preparation of artworks
Please make sure that all 2 dimensional works are fitted with flat hanging brackets or ringlets and a cord in order that they may be easily hung. The gallery will undertake the labelling of the works.

NB:
Please ensure that you forward the following information with your submission to the PIA office (management@pia.org.za) by no later than 16H00 on 19 August 2022
Pictures of your work for selection purpose
a list of titles
medium and size of the work
selling prices of the works.

We look forward to your participation and another GREAT exhibition!

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