Babylon Arts in Ely is looking for artists and makers to showcase work at third summer exhibition
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Babylon Arts in Ely has is looking for artists and makers to showcase their work at the gallery’s their third annual summer exhibition.
Caroline Cawley, Babylon Arts director, said: “We are looking for talented artists of any age, both professional and amateur.
“So whether you’re a painter, photographer, ceramicist, textile artist or mixed media artist we want to see your work.
“We are looking for original, contemporary work – entry is open to all and will be selected on its merit, all work must be for sale.
“There’s an entry fee of £10 per piece and you can enter a maximum of three works of art.
“Over the month it’s a chance for visitors to browse, buy and discuss the works on show.
“The judges will select up to 200 entries to be exhibited during the show.”
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To download an entry form visit www.babylonarts.org.uk or pick one up from the gallery in person.
The deadline for entries is May 26.