The Bodhi Gallery on Brick Lane, London, has launched a search for artworks on the theme 'power in numbers' for an upcoming exhibition; selected works will be screenprinted and prints will be sold to the public.
Creatives have until April 6 to submit low-res artworks for the exhibition. Successful submissions will be screenprinted in one colour at 500-x-500mm, by Fred Higginson of Print Club London or James Hurst of Cure Studio, and 50 copies of each work will be on sale to the public for the duration of the exhibition, priced at £20 each.
Artists will receive 30 per cent of the profits from each print sold, and any prints unsold when the exhibition ends will be on sale via the Bodhi Gallery's shop and the Print Monger market stall, as well as through other channels.
The exhibition runs May 7-23, and will be accompanied by a programme of talks and events as well as live printing demonstrations and workshops.
To submit artworks visit Cure Studio's website.