Can you make a donation box for the Pop Art Space?
We are running a competition to design and make a donation box to be used in Pop (Pride of Place) Art Space in Princes Quay Shopping Centre. The competition is open to everyone and can be on any theme. Any medium or materials may be used. We are looking for something as interactive as possible, so use plenty of imagination when creating your design.
The winning entry and all runners up will be used in the galleries, and your box will be on public display in one of the Creative and Cultural art spaces.
The first prize winner will be a Pop VIP which means you will be a special guest at a future exhibition launch (with complimentary cocktail). You will win a free HIP Fest passport (providing entry to Hull International Photography Festival events). You can also have complimentary entry (with no submission fee) for up to five submissions at a suitable future exhibition. Please note that all entries are subject to the usual curators’ committee selection process.
Deadline – Finished entries should be submitted to the Pop Art Space, Princes Quay Shopping Centre, Hull HU1 2PQ by 5pm Friday 31st July 2015. For more information, or if you wish to discuss your design with us prior to the closing date please call into Pop any afternoon. We are open 12 noon – 5 pm Monday to Saturday and 12 noon – 4 pm Sunday. Or you can email us at email@example.com
The Creative and Cultural Curators’ Committee will select the winning entries. Curators are not excluded from entering the competition, but would not take part in the selection process if they have entered.
Pop Art Space is run by the Creative & Cultural Company. We are a not for profit arts development organisation based in Hull UK. We manage art spaces, galleries, studios, stages, theatre spaces & rehearsal rooms, and deliver various exhibitions and events.
Our aims are
To create opportunities for the public to participate and engage in the arts.
To support artists to develop an audience for their works and share their skills.
To make contemporary art accessible to everyone.