"Pride Without Prejudice"
(in association with Art of Norwich & Queer Art Club)
in the uniquely
St Margarets, the Church of Art
A relaxed and friendly
All artists welcome,
regardless of style, qualification or experience
No selection policy
0% commission charged
Spaces from only
£10 for a fortnight exhibition
Free entry for visitors
Average of 50 visitors
per day (approx 700 over fortnight)
The Art of Norwich will soon team up with Norwich
Pride's Queer Art Club
to put on Norwich's eighth "Pride Without Prejudice" exhibition of art, and are inviting
any & all artists that might like to take part.
The exhibition is due to take place over the fortnight either side
of the main Norwich Pride Parade, on Saturday 28th July, with a full
day's programme of events due to take place throughout the city. Norwich
Pride is a celebration from the LGBT community for everyone. The vision
is to turn Norwich into a rainbow to ensure we live in a city where
everyone can feel safe and proud to be themselves.
Celebrating diversity, this exhibition is open to ALL
artists regardless of style, qualification, experience, age, race,
sexuality, or gender. These events are a great chance to show your
creations to the public, meet other local artists, gain invaluable
feedback & possibly sell your work. As an added bonus, there is
no commission charged on any sales made.
The show will take place at St Margarets - Church of Art, will be
installed from Sunday 22nd July, launching on Monday 23rd, and running for a fortnight until
Saturday 4th August.
The floor plan for this exhibition can be viewed here
and shows the spaces and their associated fees. Please be aware
that spaces are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, so urgency
is advised to avoid missing out on this fantastic opportunity.
If you have any questions or wish to reserve your space please email
Sunday 22nd July
11am - 2:30pm
Monday 23rd July
to Saturday 4th August
Weekdays : 10am - 5pm
Monday 23rd July - 7pm - 9pm
Saturday 4th August (5pm-6:30)
Please bear in mind that participating artists are all
jointly responsible for the successful running of the event, which include
Each artist is responsible for:
- committing a fair share of time (a minimum of two half day sessions per artist) sitting in the church to ensure it remains
safe and secure. If you are unable to commit to any times, you
can pay a fee of £15-25 to partly or fully waive these obligations.
- removing and taking away their work on the final Saturday of their
booking, or beforehand if necessary. There will be another exhibitor
due to set up the following day, and they are entitled to expect clear
walls when they arrive.
- returning their space to the clean state in which
they found it. Paint and filler will be provided for the purpose.
Failure to fulfil these obligations will require extra work from the
organisers, and therefore a additional fee of up to £20 may
be required. Though care will be taken, no liability will be accepted
for any loss or damage to work that may be caused by whomever takes
the work down in such an event.