The Shire Hall Gallery – calls for artists

New! 12.12.08 Staffordshire Arts & Museum Service and The Shire Hall Gallery are calling for work from… “craft makers in all disciplines for work on the theme of Nursery Rhymes, for an exhibition in September 2009. Limited commissions available (subject to funding). The exhibition will be aimed at introducing contemporary crafts to those aged under 5 years old.” Please send images, C.V. and artist’s statement by email/disc to: Kim Gould, Gallery & Exhibition Development Officer, Shire Hall Gallery, Market Square, Stafford. ST16 2LD. Deadline: 27 February 09. For more information contact: kim.gould _at_ staffordshire.gov.uk

New! 12.12.08 Staffordshire Arts & Museum Service and The Shire Hall Gallery are calling for work from… “all contemporary crafts people who create work based on the broad theme of Staffordshire. You could use maps, be a ceramicist inspired by the history of the potteries, use materials collected on Cannock Chase or just be inspired by the various landscapes within the County – however you interpret your feelings towards Staffordshire, we would like to hear from you. Applications are welcome from people who don’t live in Staffordshire.” To apply: send up to six images, C.V. and artist’s statement to: Lyndsey Catchpole, Exhibitions Co-ordinator Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST16 2LD. Deadline for submissions: 31st January 09. For more information contact Lyndsey Catchpole: lyndsey.catchpole _at_ staffordshire.gov.uk

New! 12.12.08 Staffordshire Arts & Museum Service and The Shire Hall Gallery are calling for art on the theme of the 1950s, that draws inspiration from the 1950s, be it… “life in the 1950s, design elements or popular culture”, for a 2009 group exhibition at the Shire Hall Gallery. Deadline for submissions: 28th February 09. For more information contact Lyndsey Catchpole: lyndsey.catchpole _at_ staffordshire.gov.uk

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