Women in art
To celebrate the International Women’s Day on March 8, Miss Clara invites you to the exhibition Women in art. We’re looking for artworks made by women all over the country to be presented at the hotel. Anyone who define themselves as a woman can apply to be exhibited, whether you are young, old, an amateur or a professional artist.
Miss Clara Hotel is housed in a building that was originally constructed in 1910 as the girl’s school Ateneum. The hotel was named Miss Clara as a tribute to the beloved and progressive principal Clara Strömberg. With the exhibition Women in art, we want to enable women to tell their story with the help of art.
The exhibition will be on display at Miss Clara for a month and all artworks will be for sale.
How to apply to Women in art:
What do I apply with?
A finished artwork, a photo, a painting, a sculpture or whatever you want to show. All artworks must be delivered ready to be exhibited, for example frame it if it’s a photo. Send a motivation or description of your artwork as well and explain how your artwork honours women.
Who can apply?
Anyone who define themselves as a woman.
When is the last day to apply?
February 18, 2020 at 12:00
How many artworks can I apply with?
As many as you want!
What should I submit?
Send us a photo of whatever it is you wish to exhibit, together with a descriptive text. Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When will I find out if I’m a part of the exhibition?
We will contact the selected artists on February 19, 2020.
Delivery of the artworks
The artist is responsible for transporting her work to Miss Clara, no later than February 25.
What if someone wants to buy my artwork?
All artworks will be for sale and the price is determined by the artist herself. Miss Clara mediates the contact between the artist and the buyer, who oversee the purchase themselves. The artist receives the entire sum if the artwork is sold.
Who do I contact if I have any questions?
Send an e-mail to email@example.com
All artworks will be on display at Miss Clara for a month. If the artwork is not sold, the artist must pick it up after the exhibition is closed.