TERMS & CONDITIONS
TERMS OF SUBMITTING ARTWORK
1. Artists applying must be graduating class of 2021 or 2022, either from a North West based university or now based locally in the North West having graduated elsewhere in the UK. We are accepting applications from both BA and MA graduates.
2. Artwork submitted must be gallery ready, with install method clear on the work or with clear hanging instructions provided by the artist if selected.
3. Artists may enter up to 2 works, with a maximum of 2 images/media per submission (4 images/media total). If submitting a video, audio or documented performance piece, please ensure you send the full version of the content in your submission.
4. An appropriate description alongside your visual documentation within your submission is not compulsory, but is recommended. This will help the selectors to best understand your work which they may have no prior knowledge of, and help them to make the most informed decision possible.
5. This year MADE IT has 2 deadlines; one for the show at HOME and one for the show at Rogue. Every artist who applies within the first deadline 25/04/2022 will be featured in the showcase at HOME which will exhibit everybody’s work across indoor and outdoor billboards. The application deadline for the show at Rogue is 27/06/2022. Work for Rogue will not be accepted if submitted outside of the given time frame 24/03/2022 – 27/06/2022.
Please consider these guidelines carefully when making your submission, as applications found to not meet these terms will not progress to the selection process.
If you have any questions concerning these guidelines or your submission, do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
1. To make an entry for MADE IT 2022 you must complete our online application form found on our website under ‘OPPORTUNITIES’.
2. You will be asked for your full name, email, location and website or social media handles. Everything but the website and social media handles is compulsory, and you cannot move onto the next stage of the application without completing these details. You must provide your email as this is how we will contact you regarding your submission. While not compulsory, we would like to see some of your online presence if possible to help us get a more well-rounded understanding of you and your practice.
3. You will be asked what your submission medium/s are, and you will be given an opportunity to explain in more detail about your submitted work/s and an overview of your practice. All of the questions in the second half of the form are not compulsory, but will be useful supporting information to help us review your application - so we recommend you answer as much of this part of the form in as much detail as possible.
3. Once you have completed all parts of the form, please ensure you have fully read and understand the terms and conditions. You will be required to validate your understanding through a check box at the end of the form, and amendments to the form cannot be made once submitted.
4. Once you have validated your understanding of the terms and clicked submit, the next page will contain a Drop Box link for you to upload your supporting images (maximum of 2 per artwork, 2 artworks total). It is crucial that after submitting the form you upload your images to the Drop Box, as without them we will not be able to take your application further and will not have time to chase this up during the selection process. It is your responsibility to ensure this is done correctly. Please only send images of the submitted work. If you encounter any issues with this part of the application please contact us via our email straight away. All submitted images must be titled appropriately, with your full name, work title and year made.
5. Once you have made your submission, you will receive an email confirmation via the email provided in the application form.
Work will be put forward to a professional judging panel including Mariama Attah, Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad who will review the submitted work. We have the right to refuse work if it does not meet the terms and conditions. We endeavour to provide feedback whenever possible. The decision of the judging panel is final. Artists will be notified of the outcome of their submission shortly after the selection process whether selected or not.
1. Selected artists will be notified shortly after the selection process and given options for delivery of artwork, whether in person or via post.
2. Artwork must include a suitable hanging system or display for example – mirror plates, plinth etc unless an alternative hang has been discussed and accepted in the selection process.
3. Display options will be discussed with curators for digital, audio and sculptural work – artists may be asked to provide plinths or digital display units etc. so please ensure you have a plan for the display of your work should we not be able to provide the equipment you need to show it.
4. Artists will be given a time slot in which they can deliver the work to the gallery, work must be delivered in person, or by an arranged courier discussed with the curators at an earlier date.
5. All works will be condition checked upon arrival. Any works that arrive damaged will need to be removed by the artist.
6. All work delivered must be properly packaged and have a tag with the artists name and title of the work on the packaging. We ask all artists to label the work with ‘Artists Name, Title and Medium’. This can be attached via a luggage tag or adhesive label.
7. Artists must provide the same artwork/s as submitted to the open call; any other work presented which has not been confirmed by the judging panel must be collected by the artist.
DELIVERY AND COLLECTION OF WORK
Please have a plan for how you will deliver and collect your work before you apply for this open call, as all expenses associated with delivery (physical exhibition) will be the artists responsibility.
Artists will be given an allocated time slot to collect the work from the gallery, any artwork being taken by courier must be arranged prior to the collection date with curators.
Condition of the artwork will be checked and logged before collection.
Short Supply and Rogue Artists’ Studios shall have no responsibility whatsoever for any loss, damage, destruction, deterioration or wear, including damage to frames caused to a work submitted for or exhibited during the exhibition. Insurance of the artwork during transportation and hanging is the responsibility of the artist and we advise all artists to have relevant insurance when exhibiting at the gallery. Please see A-N for optional payment of public liability insurance https://www.a-n.co.uk/about/insurance/.