TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Any artist (student, amateur or professional) who either:
has a Scottish connection by virtue of current abode, training or place of birth; or
submits work reflecting Scottish subject matter.
Subject matter that is a recognizable life form, object or scene (e.g. human figure, flora, fauna, still life, landscape, seascape, city scape, interior).
Use of any wet or dry medium, in any combination, this includes printmaking (etching, woodcut, linocut, screen print) but excludes photographic and digital imagery. Submitted work should either be framed using a wooden frame into which ‘L’ hooks can be screwed or, for canvas or linen supports, stretched over a wooden frame. Framed size should not exceed 2 meters in either height or width.
Work must have been:
executed entirely by the submitting artist without the involvement of a tutor or teacher.
executed completed after 1st January 2019; and
should not have been previously exhibited at the Glasgow Art Club.
By midnight 5th June 2023:
Via email submit the following details:
Confirmation of payment indicating whether by bank transfer or PayPal
Yes or No opt in to receive further communication not relating to the Scottish Fine Art Prize from the Scottish School of Classical Art and /or the Glasgow Art Club
Confirmation of agreement with the exhibition’s stated terms and conditions.
Thence for each submission:
Price (mark as NFS) if not for sale
Optional brief description
JPEG or JPG image depicting full work not exceeding 3Mb, image should not reveal the artist’s signature [check with your email provider whether there any mailbox size restrictions]
Optional second JPEG or JPG image depicting a detailed section of the work not exceeding 3Mb
Execute total payment for the number submitted works either by bank transfer (<sort code>, <account number>, reference SFAP + Artist Name) or via PayPal (<PayPal ID>)
Following receipt of their submission, the submitting artist will be sent an acknowledgement of receipt email <quoting a submission reference>
Selection will be based entirely upon the submitted image(s), artists should therefore endeavor to ensure that their images are of adequate quality and clarity.
The organisers reserve the right to reject a submitted work for which the above details that are not optional have not been provided.
Submissions will not be able to be able to be amended once made, but can be withdrawn by emailing <email address>. It should be noted that entry fees cannot be refunded once paid.
Unless the submitting artists opts to receive further communication, the information provided at time of submission will be used only by the orgainsers to administer the [Scottish Prize for Fine Art] and provide notification of its future staging.
All submitted work for which required details have been provided will be subject to the Selection and Judging Panel’s consideration. This includes work submitted by the students and staff of the Scottish School of Classical Art and Glasgow Art Club members.
The Selection and Judging Panel’s judgment will be considered final and no correspondence will be entered into.
All submitting artist will be notified as to whether their work has been selected in accordance with the above stated timeline.
Those whose work has been selected will be issued with a label template which they must complete and attach to the back or base of their submitted work prior to delivery.
The judging for all prizes will be undertaken following receipt and hanging of selected works.
The main Scottish Prize for Fine Art will be judged by the full Selection and Judging Panel.
Other prizes will be judged by a representative of the prize’s sponsor guided by one or more members of the Selection and Judging Panel.
The prize winners will be announced at the exhibition opening and prize giving as indicated by the above stated timeline.
The prize judge’s decisions will be considered final and no correspondence will be entered into.
All work that is accepted for the exhibition will also feature in a concurrent online exhibition.
Work that is labeled for sale will be able to be purchased online for the duration of the physical exhibition.
The ability to purchase online will cease when the physical exhibition closes. The online exhibition will however continue to persist, but without an ability to purchase.
This is your admissions section, where you can inform prospective students about the process and the cost of enrollment to your school. Use concise, straightforward language in order to give students the information they need to start the process.
Any sales of work labeled for sale will be subject to the following commission rates:
Glasgow Art Club members and Scottish School of Classical art students – 30%
Otherwise – 40%
This commission will be deducted from the indicated label price.
Should the purchaser of a sold work require shipping then the additional cost of shipping will be borne by the purchaser.
Artists who incur a sale will be notified and asked to supply their bank account details so as to enable payment of due balance. This will be transacted within four weeks of the exhibition’s stated closing date.
Purchased work should not be removed from the exhibition prior the exhibition’s closure. An exception may be made for sales close to closure.
INSURANCE AND DAMAGE TO WORK
The organisers will take utmost care of all works selected for exhibition whilst under their care. However the organisers will not take any responsibility to compensate in the event of loss or damage being incurred.
Submitting artists are therefore advised to make their own insurance arrangements as they consider appropriate.
Copyright pertaining to submitted works will remain with the submitting artist, however the Organisers reserve the right to use submitted imagery and details solely and only to promote the Scottish Fine Art Prize.
The Glasgow Art Club is also used a function venue, as such exhibiting artists should be aware and accepting that their exhibited work could feature as background in social media posts uploaded by function attendees.
END OF EXHIBITION COLLECTION
Exhibiting artists who sell their work will not be required to collect or otherwise organise transfer of their sold work. This the organisers will do.
Exhibiting artists whose exhibited work does not sell should arrange for collection of their work within the ‘collection window’ as indicated by the above stated timeline.
The organisers will provide bubble wrap to any exhibiting artists who do not bring their own packing material at time of collection.
Exhibiting artists should be in position to pack their work at time of collection.
The organisers cannot guarantee return of any packing material that an exhibiting artist may have left at the Glasgow Art Club.