Apply to be part of the World Crafts Council Europe (WCCE) 40th-anniversary celebrations, with an open-call exhibition at Révélations, Paris.
Closing date: 3 Sep 2018
We're delighted to bring you this opportunity through Craft Scotland's membership of the World Crafts Council Europe (WCCE).
In 2019, World Crafts Council Europe (WCCE), celebrates its 40th anniversary. As part of the celebrations, WCCE has been invited to exhibit at Révélations in 2019 organised by Ateliers d’Art de France. This presents an exceptional opportunity for the network and makers to raise awareness of craft across Europe. The 4th edition of the biennial will take place from 23rd to 26th May 2019 at the Grand Palais, Paris. The WCCE exhibition will feature a representative selection of the highest quality European Craft.
We are inviting craftspeople and makers to submit examples of their work that is of exceptional quality to be considered for participation. Work will be selected for exhibition in consultation with Atelier d’art de France, by the WCCE board and an independent curator. Please note only one maker from each member-country will be selected from the applications.
Entries can be made of any material using a technique which permits the permanent transformation from raw material to craft object. Pieces must be a minimum of 30cm and a maximum of 150cm in height.
Images supplied must be of professional quality and have a resolution of 300 DPI and be 2000 x1000 pixels. Photo credits and appropriate permissions for publication in print and online media must be provided.
Please note, Craft Scotland will contribute up to £500 (inc VAT) towards the cost of shipping works to and from the exhibition, and for the selected maker to attend the show.
>>> Submissions for the exhibition can be made by completing the online application form by Monday 3rd September 2018.
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