1. Eligibility. You must be a woman aged 18 and over to participate in WOMA.
2. Artist space. Due to space limitations, artists are advised to pre-register for this exhibition. If you responded to the earlybird email, you are considered pre-registered and your space has been reserved.
3. Entry. An entry form must be filled in when you submit your entries at the the former United Travel building. There will be no entry/submission/registration fee.
4. Deadline. The deadline for submission of artist entries is March 5th, 2011. See the submission guidelines in the Discussions section/online blog. If you do NOT submit by this date, your forfeited space will be offered to a waitlisted artist.
5. Theme. The theme is women. Artists are free to interpret this as broadly as they please, but works exhibited must have a clear connection with the theme.
6. Media. All media eligible.
7. Number and size of works. You may submit up to 2 pieces to WOMA. Each piece must be no more than 3 feet by 2 feet.
8. Display of work. Work will be hung by members of the Grenada Arts Council. Work must be ready to hang, properly mounted if on paper, and strung with picture wire.
9. Original works. Artists must submit at least one original piece. If you choose to submit 2 pieces, one may be a previously exhibited work. No work should be a copy of anyone else's work, whether photo or original. By participating, you agree to having your images used in promotional material for any future WOMA exhibits.
10. Content. Content of work must not be graphic. The exhibition will be open to all and children may be among the viewing public.
11. Pricing. Pricing is at the artist’s discretion. Please bear in mind however, that this is a function for charity. All prices must be quoted in EC dollars.
12. Sales. Artists are paid at the close of the show. Buyers will collect their purchases at the end of the show, unless specific arrangements are made with the organisers.
13. Donation. In lieu of the standard 25% commission, 25% of a sold work’s price will be donated to a woman’s charity selected by the WOMA Planning Committee.
14. Insurance and risk. Artists participate at their own risk. All work will be stored in a locked, secure space. The Arts Council will not be liable for damage, loss, or theft of artwork.
15. Close of show. Artists must pick up their unsold works between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm, March 26th, 2011 at the former UNITED TRAVEL BUILDING. The Arts Council assumes no liability for unclaimed works and such works will be disposed of accordingly.