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Submissions open until 17 June 2023

How To Enter

1. Carefully read the Terms and Conditions and Submission Guidelines below. ​

 We also recommend checking out the 'making your artwork more sustainable' section below if you are creating new work for the exhibition

2. Create your artwork or choose a piece of art that you have made in the last 12 months

3. Photograph your artwork

Need advice on how to photograph your artwork? See our how to guide

4. Complete the submission form below and tell us all about your amazing art

5. Make sure to hit Submit

Good luck, we can't wait to see your work!

Terms and Conditions

It is important to be aware that the submission guidelines are a non-exhaustive list of tips for your application.

Please click the button to the left to view the Terms and Conditions or a full breakdown of rules. Clicking this button will open a PDF with our Terms and Conditions.

Terms and Conditions

Submission Guidelines

  • Please only submit one piece of artwork per person or group.

  • Please submit image files as TIFF/high resolution PNG.

  • Any film submissions must be under 5 minutes in length (not including credits).

  • The art work can be about anything you choose. 

  • Accepted forms of art are: Pencil, acrylic, watercolour, oil painting, paper art, woodblock print, calligraphy, embroidery, sculpture, film, photography, digital art etc. 

  • Entry to Artworks Together is open exclusively to individuals with learning disabilities, autism or both.

  • You must be over the age of 16 to submit your work.

  • Please complete all sections of the submission form.

  • The submitter must own all of the rights to their piece of work. 

  • The works must not contain any material bound by copyright law for non-use.

  • Upon submission, full permission is granted to ArtWorks Together to use the works for official promotional purposes. 

Making your artwork more sustainable

If you are creating a new piece of work for the exhibition, please have a think about how you can make it more sustainable to reduce its negative impact on the environment

​  Tips for making your practice more sustainable: 

  • Consider what materials you are using. Think about: Where has it come from? What is it made of? What will happen to it once it's been used? Can it be recycled?

  • Research alternative options for materials that are: sourced locally, made from recycled materials or biodegradable

  • Think about how you can reduce your waste. Are there any organisations that can make use of your waste?

  • Make work that raises awareness around climate issues

  • Experiment with more sustainable processes

  More sustainable processes:

  • Paper making

  • Natural dying

  • Natural inks

  • Charcoal making

  • Anthotypes

  • Weaving with natural or recycled materials

  • Collaging with old magazines

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Submission Form

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We have recieved your submisison! Please check your emails for confirmation and information on what happens next.

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