TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ENTERING THE PORTLAND ART SHOW
Entries for consideration to accept for hanging or display will be accepted from Monday 12th July 2021 until Friday 25th February 2022 @ 4pm.
Only entries made through Gallery 247 online entry system will be considered. By submitting your works through our online process, you enter into an agreement with The Rotary Club of Portland, Inc. hereafter referred to as “the Organisers” and you agree to comply with these Terms and Conditions.
A non-refundable submission fee will apply, irrespective of the artwork size. Any number of artworks may be submitted, but a maximum of 8 works may be accepted. No painting / print submitted may have a length on any side greater than 1.4 metres.
Artworks not accompanied by an image when entries are closed may not be accepted. Artists whose works are accepted for hanging or display will be notified no later than Thursday 3rd March 2022 @ 4pm.
If the artwork that has been submitted has been sold by the Artist prior to acceptance a substitute may be submitted in its place. No penalty or additional fee will apply. Upon acceptance, a non refundable fee will apply, per artwork accepted for display.
Accepted paintings must be suitable for hanging, correctly marked and labelled on the back with labels that will be supplied, and be ready for hanging with strong wire (flush not protruding). Hanging wire to be a minimum of 50mm (small frames) or 100mm (large frames) slack, not to be drawn tight.
If the above conditions are not met, paintings might not be exhibited.
Artists of sculptures / 3D artwork must supply CLEAN WHITE STANDS in GOOD CONDITION. All works must be stable, firmly based and capable of being lifted and positioned by a maximum of 2 persons. Small sculptures should be secured to their stands. The selection committee may reject very large works as not appropriate for this exhibition. Maximum wt. 250kg per sq. metre. A work produced in multiple editions should be clearly identified with the edition number and run e.g. 2 of 6.
The organising committee reserves the right to decline works for exhibition if they are deemed unsuitable, unstable, dangerous, offensive, delivered late, or otherwise do not comply with the conditions of entry.
The decisions of the committee and the judges are final and correspondence will not be entered into.
The Organisers shall have the right to photograph paintings and publish those photographs for publicity purposes.