Members POP-UP EXHIBITION
An exhibition - limited to the duration of the conference - that comprises works that NZSAG and Ausglass members bring with them to share with delegates. In the spirit of ‘pop-up’ this is a no-frills exhibition where we can see more of the talent within our ranks, chat with artists .. and perhaps take home something that excites us.
The CoLab Conference Members POP-UP Exhibition
15-17 February 2019 at the Enid Gallery, Whanganui UCOL, 24 Taupō Quay, Wanganui.
Members of Ausglass and NZSAG
Whether or not you decided to display at the Members’ Exhibition you’re welcome to bring an artwork with you to display in this POP-UP exhibition.**
It’s a minimal cost, great opportunity to be seen (and sell), you’ll get the basics - display space - and will do some of the work associated with presenting your work. Read the full POP-UP TERMS AND CONDITIONS; these explain what’s involved and you’re bound by them if you decide to participate.
The POP-UP exhibition will be on view for the duration of the conference at the Whanganui, UCOL Edith Gallery, 24 Taupō Quay, Wanganui. The theme for the conference is collaboration and contributors are invited to embrace this in their submitted works.
NZSAG and Ausglass appreciate and thank Whanganui UCOL for partnering with us in hosting this exhibition.
KEY DATES AND INFORMATION
Entries close: 5pm*, Monday 21 January, 2019 (*3pm AEDT)
Email contact: Christine Atkins - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hand deliveries (only): Edith Gallery, 24 Taupō Quay, Wanganui
Delivery times/dates (only): 10am-5pm, Thursday 14 February
10am-12noon, Friday 15 February
Delivery contact: Peter Nolan (P: +61 4 386 485 52 E: email@example.com)
Exhibition dates: 10am-6pm, 15-17 February, 2019
Post-exhibition collections (only): 4-6pm, Sunday 17 February
10am-12noon, Monday 18 February.
** PLEASE NOTE.: We’re really looking forward to seeing your artwork at the conference but you MUST submit an entry form in advance. Work arriving without an entry being lodged by the closing date (21 January 2019) will not be exhibited.
Image: New Zealand Glassworks