Entry is by invitation only. For further information or assistance please contact Malcolm Thomson (Exhibition Curator) via email to email@example.com or call 0409 434 923.
Applications must be submitted by close of business on 24 September 2018.
The work submitted
A sculpture for the purpose of this exhibition must be suitable for long term exterior placement in a public open place – the works are exhibited outside for up to 6 months.
All works must be the original work and property of the artist.
If selected, artists agree not to withdraw exhibited work before the close of Art in the Vines at Hanging Rock Winery until 31 March 2019.
Applicants shall allow images of their work and extracts from any statement provided to be reproduced for use in publicity and associated publications.
All work submitted must be for sale.
Hanging Rock Winery will retain the agreed commission of the retail price of works sold and will pay the balance to the artist at the close of the Exhibition.
Transport, installation & insurance
The artist is responsible for the delivery, installation and removal of the work.
Assistance with installation will be provided as required by Hanging Rock Winery – this includes use of a forklift to move the work into position.
Insurance cover is limited to public liability insurance. Hanging Rock Winery will exercise reasonable care with the works submitted but will not be responsible for loss or damage whatsoever to any work while in its custody, during transit or while on exhibition.
The artist is responsible for maintaining insurance cover for the work.
24 September 2018 - Submissions are due by close of business
9 October 2018 - All sculptures are to be delivered to Hanging Rock Winery no later than this date
10 November 2018 - Exhibition Opening Day
31 March 2019 - Exhibition Closing Day
7 April 2019 - All sculptures to be removed no later than this date