The Hepworth Wakefield ONLINE Print Fair 2021 - open call for exhibitors
The Hepworth Wakefield Online Print Fair will celebrate the art of printmaking across our website and social media channels over a 16-day period, 12 - 28 March 2021. If you are an artist, designer or illustrator and would like to take part in this year’s fair, apply online below.
Online Print Fair – Format
The fee for participation in the fair is £75 inclusive of VAT.
Exhibitors will each have a dedicated profile page on our website containing a biography, details of your practice, artist/studio images, links to your online shop and a gallery showcasing up to six individual works, which can be clicked for purchase directly from your website.
Exhibitor profiles go live online on the first day of the event and remain live until the closing date.
Exhibitors have the opportunity fo feature in online talks, interviews and demonstrations. Applicants are invited to propose additional content for online events (please see application form).
The Hepworth Wakefield will also bring exhibitors’ works together in curated selections, providing visitors with a variety of ways of viewing and choosing works for purchase.
Press and Marketing
Exhibitors will be prominently featured on The Hepworth Wakefield’s website and promoted through a variety of content on the gallery’s sector-leading social media platforms: Twitter (82k followers); Instagram: (74k followers); Facebook: (32k followers), as well as in regular e-newsletters sent to our large audience. The Hepworth Wakefield has a strong track record of securing media coverage for its online fairs and markets, offering a further opportunity to profile participants.
Media coverage received for previous online fairs included Art Daily, Crafts Council, Elle Decoration, The Guardian, Time Out and Yorkshire Post.
Applications are welcomed from emerging and established UK-based artists, textile designers and illustrators working in screen print, etching, monoprint, giclee, risograph, lithograph, collagraph, linocut, letterpress and other print media. Individuals, collectives or galleries may apply.
Applications are made via CuratorSpace.