As many of our members are aware, NDA traditionally hold a summer and Christmas exhibition every year and this year will be no different. However, this year we have squeezed an additional exhibition in.
Ex-Team member Antigone Neaum had been in talks with the Landmark Theatre in Ilfracombe over hosting an exhibition there and they have kindly offered us some space in the reception and cafe area.
It has always been the aim of NDA to offer our members as much exposure as possible so we are always looking for new and interesting ways and places to exhibit.
Already this year we have held a ‘Queen’ themed summer exhibition at Studio KIND and a late summer exhibition at North Devon hospital as well as several members exhibiting at 20 Joy Street.
NDA Winter Exhibition
Our latest addition will be titled ‘NDA Winter Exhibition’ and will be running from 24th November through to the 8th January at the Landmark Theatre.
The exhibition is open to NDA members only but all members are invited to exhibit.
The venue is best suited to wall hanging artwork, but there is a small display cabinet available for small 3D items.
We are in the process of getting the exhibition promotion prepared but artists who would like to exhibit are welcome to start applying right now.
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 9th November.
As this is only open to members, you will need to login to the ‘Member’s area’ of the NDA website to view further information and to access the application form. Please log in and visit:
NDA Christmas Exhibition
We will still be holding our traditional Christmas exhibition this year too and the two exhibitions will overlap.
We will very shortly confirm the details of the Christmas exhibition but it will be for two weeks in December at Studio KIND and there will be greater opportunities for 3D artists.
You can choose to exhibit at either or both exhibitions.
If you have any problems accessing the member’s area, accessing the application form or problems with payment, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible.