Picture Shad Thames

Competition and Exhibition Rules and Information

  • Competition entries will be accepted until 1 January 2016.
  • Individuals who live or work in Shad Thames are eligible to enter the competition.
  • Photographs, paintings, and drawings are all eligible for entry into the competition. Photos, drawings or paintings can be entered in one of three categories: architecture (over 18), portraits (over 18), and a combined category of portraits or architecture by young people under the age of 18.
  • Selected entries will be on display from 19 January, 2016 through 28 January, 2016. Prizes will be awarded in each category on the evening of 27 January, 2016.
  • Paintings or drawings should be dropped off at Anise Gallery, 13A Shad Thames. They should be no larger than A3 in size.

Emailed photos should be no larger than 5MB in size. If your photo is chosen for display in the exhibition, an image of larger size will be required. Anise Gallery will print the photos for the exhibition. Images must not have been previously published or exhibited.

The following information should be submitted with your entry:

  • Your name
  • Title of work (optional)
  • Medium of work
  • Road name or name of work
  • Email address

Please note: Images may be used for promotion, with credit.

For further information and contact details, visit STRA Shad Thames website

 

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