3 days left to enter | be a part of scope london 2011 | ITSLIQUID

3 days left to enter | be a part of scope london 2011

Calls | May 23, 2011 |

Artists, show the art world what you’ve got in a feature booth at SCOPE London, one of the most important art events this year. The world’s biggest players in the art industry will be there, this is your moment to be a part of it.

Artists! Your deadline to enter Art Takes London, awarding $15,000 in grants and awards, international publicity and a feature exhibition in SCOPE London this October, is this FRIDAY May 27th 11:59pm EST.

These are your final days to submit your best artwork.

Register now for a chance to showcase your work at SCOPE, the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art.

View our previously selected artists shown at SCOPE Miami 2010. Click here to watch

Click Here to Submit Before It’s Too Late

Your entry deadline is THIS FRIDAY May 27th
(Late entries accepted until June 3rd, late fees may apply)

Presented by: Artists Wanted and SCOPE Art Show

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to info@itsliquid.com or fill the form below

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