We welcome submissions from artists of all backgrounds, disciplines, and levels of experience who are residents of the Hammersmith & Fulham borough. This exhibition aims to showcase the wealth of artistic talent within the local community.
The theme for this exhibition is open, and artists are encouraged to submit work that best represents their artistic style, vision, and creativity. We are looking for artworks in various mediums, such as painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and mixed media.
Selected artworks will be exhibited in a prominent gallery space at Riverside Studios Hammersmith W6 9BN, providing an opportunity for artists to showcase and sell their work to a wider audience. The exhibition will also feature a variety of educational events, workshops, and talks, aimed at engaging visitors with the creative process and showcasing the talents of local artists.
To submit your artwork, please send digital images and details of your artwork, including the title, medium, dimensions, and a short artist statement, to our submission email address. The deadline for submissions is July 14th.
We look forward to receiving your submissions and celebrating the creativity of Hammersmith & Fulham residents.
- Along with your submission, please include your name, telephone number, email address, home address, short artist statement, title, dimensions, medium and the price of your artwork (max £600).
- Submissions must be framed by artists themselves and include two D-rings (these are used to suspend your work on our rails using cables).
- You must be a resident of Hammersmith & Fulham to submit.
- Selling price of pieces will be capped at £600 with 10% commission.
- Application fee - £0
- Deadline for submissions is the 14th of July 2023, with the public opening taking place on 11th of August 2023.
- Artists may submit up to 2 works.
“I believe that art has the unique ability to transform lives, spark conversations and connections and to inspire new ways of thinking. While working at Riverside Studios I have come to appreciate the way in which art can convey complex emotions and ideas in ways that words cannot and I also began to see how art can be a force for good in the world, by raising awareness about socio-political issues, promoting self-healing, self-expression and fostering empathy and understanding.
It is this belief in the transformative power of art that has driven me to start thinking of ways in which I can use my own skills and passion to make a difference in this community. I have long known that there are talented people living in Hammersmith & Fulham who deserve an opportunity to showcase their work in a meaningful way. The aim is to create a month-long event that would be accessible, inclusive and welcoming to everyone, regardless of their background or experience with art. I believe that this exhibition will be a catalyst for positive change and that it will inspire people to think differently about the power of art to create a better world.”
Mac Wysoczanski - Summer Exhibition Coordinator.