Since we started asking readers to share their artworks back in 2012, it’s been a constant treat. Every month we have been delighted by the quality, variety and astonishing imagination shown in your artworks. From pencil drawings to digital artworks, collages and even works in progress, your talents are boundless.
In 2015, we want to kick the Readers’ art project up a gear. Between January and July, the artworks you submit will be eligible not only for our online galleries, but for the chance to be displayed in an exhibition in September in Kings Place, the Guardian’s London headquarters, as well as our New York HQ.
This is your chance to tell us the topics you would love to cover. If you need a refresher, here’s a gallery showing one artwork for each theme we’ve already tackled. Stay tuned for our January theme, launching on New Year’s day.
Here are all the details about the exhibition:
- The eligible artworks will be all those submitted in Readers’ art projects from January 2015 to July 2015.
- Feel free to submit more than one artwork to the different assignments, but no more than one artwork per reader will be selected for the exhibition.
- Our art critics will select two or three artworks from each month’s entries.
- The authors of the selected works will be contacted by the end of July with details.
- We will exhibit high-resolution reproductions of the digital images submitted to the project through GuardianWitness. We will ask the selected readers to provide high-resolution files.
- The usual Terms and Conditions for GuardianWitness apply.
So what new themes would you like to see featured in Share Your Art? Tell us in the comments below.
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