Open Call for LGBTQ+ artists

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ginger.beer.exhibition@gmail.com
ginger-beer.lgbt

Deadline Tuesday 26 February 2019

We are looking for LGBTQ+ identifying artists working in any fine art medium to be featured in the second instalment of ginger beer: a queer art exhibition at the Island, Bristol from the 26th to 28th of February 2019.

To apply, send images and a brief description of the artwork(s) you wish to submit. Alternatively, send us a description of a proposed work and examples of previous work to: ginger.beer.exhibition@gmail.com

If you are working with performance, poetry or spoken word please do contact us, we are looking for individuals to be part of the opening night! 

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