CTN will showcase an exhibition of work at the Cork School of Music. Da Capo is being organised by Dara Healy and Ann O'Connor. Click on the image to view the full brief for the show.
(musical term- back to the start)
Cork School of Music
28 Nov 2018- 8 Jan 2019
This is an open exhibition for work by all members of CTN.
All work must be wall hung.
The School of Music/CIT “Pause” policy statement (see attached) does not allow 3d, freestanding, or pieces with dangly bits due to Health and Safety requirements.
It is also worth noting that there are a lot of children in the school every evening so you don’t want them pulling at your piece and damaging it or killing themselves! (pieces are entered at the artists own risk)
Work must be either unframed or if framed, pieces must be in white frames only.
Work must be ready to hang with appropriate fixtures.
Hanging details (D rings) must be located at the top back of the work. (see hanging guide attached)
There is no size restriction.
The hanging fee is €10 per piece which is to be paid on the delivery of work.
Please specify if your piece is for sale and at what price or if not for sale (NFS)
Sales are subject to a 20% commission for CTN.
Please label your work well and label your packaging.
Delivery of works
Works should be delivered to the School of Music, Union Quay, Cork on Wednesday the 28th of November 2018 between 6pm to 7pm.
The date for the handing is Wednesday the 28th of November from 7-10pm, (this is the colleges new policy)
However Tom Doyle is happy to keep pieces dropped in on Saturday the 24th between 10 and 11am locked in his office.
(neither the Cork School of Music or CTN accept liability for any pieces delivered early that may be lost or damaged)
Please provide the following information with your piece :
- 1.Your name as you would like it to appear on the exhibition label
- 2.Title of the piece being submitted
- 3.Price or NFS
- 4.Materials and processes used in the construction of the piece.
by Saturday the 24th of November so that we can have the labels ready to go on Wednesday.
The exhibition will run until the 8th of January, and will be left in place over the Christmas break.
The building is usually open 08:00 - 22:00 weekdays, 09:00 - 17:30 Saturdays and 10:00 - 17:30 Sundays.
The take down date is yet to be confirmed and I will keep you updated.
“Long Note Award”
A guest juror will be invited to select the winner of the “Long Note Award”.
School of Music Collection
One piece will be chosen by the School of Music for the schools’ collection.