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Entry Form 

Online Summer Exhibition 2020.


ARTIST DISPLAY NAME……………………………………………………………………………

ARTIST REAL NAME (if different)………………………………………………………………….

PHONE………………………………………………………………………………………………...
MOBILE……………………………………………………………………………………………….

E-MAIL…………………………………………………………………………………....…………..

Donations are solicited. After covering expenses any profit will be donated to the NHS – Station Drive Surgery Patient Fund.


Title
Category
Donation
Price
Actual Size cm/in
Artwork 1





Artwork 2





Artwork 3





Artwork 4





Artwork 5





Artwork 6







I agree to receiving a direct bank payment in the event of a sale YES/NO
Please give Bank details for payment.

BANK………………………………………………………………………………………………….

NAME OF ACCOUNT HOLDER……………………………………………………………………

ACCOUNT NUMBER………………………………………………………………………………..

SORT CODE…………………….......……………………………………………………………….

I would like my contact details to be available for contact during the exhibition YES/NO

I enclose a cheque made payable to Ludlow Art Society.

I have paid by bank transfer to:
Ludlow Art Society Sort Code: 30-95-27 Account No: 00475113
I agree to the terms and conditions and to abide by all decisions taken by Ludlow Art Society and it’s agents.

Signed…………………………………………………………………………………………………


Terms and Conditions For LAS Online 

Summer Exhibition 2020

What to do to enter

To enter, send photos of your art mask(s) and/or other works for an online Summer exhibition. You can submit up to 6 works. Typically we expect one or two entries per person.   

You are also invited to provide some explanation about the artworks, as part of the exhibition, and how the current circumstances may have affected your art and practice.
So, as part of your public show, you are invited to write a few sentences on:
  • What does the artwork mean to you?
  • Something you have missed during lockdown
  • Something you have enjoyed about lockdown, and anything you would like to come from it.
This can be done in the form, or in your entry email. Your written description, like a title of a work, will form part of the public exhibition in conjunction with your work.

Publicity
Like all exhibitions, we need publicity so that people will view the exhibition. Exhibitors are encouraged to help promote the exhibition through their networks and social media; for example, on your web page, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and any contacts with the media.
Who can enter
Members of LAS. Non-members are welcome to become a member of LAS in order to participate in this exhibition. Becoming a member would confer the same benefits as it does to all members.
Members can submit up to 6 of their own artworks. (If you have not paid your membership fee, you will need to do so before we can exhibit anything you send in.)
Students can enter by becoming a student member of LAS at the discounted rate of £5.
Quality of photographs
Photographs need to be of sufficient quality to exhibit in the online exhibition. Please send file sizes of at least 1Mb and no more than 5Mb. Please submit in any of these formats: jpg, jpeg, bmp. If photograph quality is not sufficient, you will be contacted with a view to getting suitable images.
Commission
10% of the sale price is the commission to LAS, to contribute towards costs of managing the exhibition (we need to pay for the online exhibition platform that we are using). 90% of the sale price goes to the artist.
For example, if your work is priced at £120, and it sells, then £12 (10%) goes to LAS, and you receive £108 for the sale.
Sales and delivery of works
Sales will be through LAS. Under the current circumstances, it is likely that bought works would need to be posted or couriered to the buyer. As lockdown measures may ease, it may be possible in due course for works to be exchanged in person, but such matters are beyond the scope of LAS, and would be the responsibility of exhibiting/submitting members.
LAS will pass on enquiries from potential purchasers to the member by contact details that you provide in the exhibition entry form, or by contact details that LAS already holds for you.   
If your photographs include frames or plinths which would not be included in a sale, then please specify this in the entry form or accompanying email. For example, if you send a photograph of a framed sketch, but a sale would not include the frame, then please say so in the form or email. The online exhibition will state that any frames or plinths are not necessarily included, and that viewers are welcome to enquire via LAS if they seek clarification.
It is the responsibility of the member to arrange the method of delivery and whether this involves a further payment, in addition to the advertised price for the artwork. It will be made clear in the online exhibition that the prices shown do not necessarily include postage or delivery costs, and that these may need to be agreed between the artist/member and the buyer.
It is the sole responsibility of the member to ensure that the artwork is as exhibited, or is otherwise fit for purpose, and that the artwork reaches the buyer.
Ludlow Arts Society will not become involved in negotiations between members and prospective buyers regarding the price, method of delivery or other aspects of the sale. LAS accepts no responsibility for any loss to the artist or the purchaser for any damage to the artwork.
When a painting is sold, the artist must contact LAS to report the sale. LAS will then place a “SALE AGREED” or “SOLD” notice on the artwork in the online exhibition. The artist can then, if they wish, submit another artwork to replace the one that has been sold.

As an online-only exhibition, the purpose is more about celebrating your art, and the collective endeavours of the Society, rather than to achieve sales. We do expect to hold a sales-focused exhibition later in the year, depending on how circumstances change and what becomes possible in terms of holding physical shows.
Pricing your works
Exhibitors should price their works to accommodate the 10% sales commission, and to accommodate any expected costs of posting or delivering the work to a buyer.
Curatorship by LAS
The Ludlow Art Society (LAS) is the curator of the exhibition.
Online management of the exhibition is done by LAS Committee members: exhibiting members and artists will not have direct access to edit the online exhibition.
LAS reserves the right to accept or refuse to exhibit submitted entry contents.
LAS reserves the right to remove works/images and other content from the exhibition at any time. Similarly, artists may withdraw content if they wish, by contacting LAS.
Completion and feedback
When the exhibition ends, the online display may remain available online for up to two weeks so that buyers and exhibitors can continue to see contact details and images, to conclude any arrangements they may have made. The online exhibition will then be removed, no less than two weeks after the exhibition end date.

LAS may then conduct a feedback survey, e.g. among members, exhibitors and viewers, about how the exhibition went, and to inform future exhibitions.