National Open Art Exhibition
11 - 21 Oct 2012
The Chichester Art Trust, a not for profit charity, present the 16th National Open Art Exhibition, with works chosen from one of the most established and successful art competitions in Great Britain.
The 100 works on display have been selected by a team of five highly regarded judges from over 1500 artists' entries from across the country.
The National Open Art Exhibition helps introduce and promote artists’ work to new audiences through their exhibitions, events programmes and website.
The National Open Art Exhibition is commited to openness, fairness, and diversity: awards are given for overall best in show, best in media, with a special category for the under 25s. There is also a public vote at each exhibition – creating a level playing field where art is judged on its intrinsic worth, regardless of who made it or where it has come from.
The exhibition transfers to the Princes Drawing School in London from 25 October – 2 November. The winning works will then show at Pallant House Gallery from 6 -18 November.
If performances in the Minerva Theatre
10am - 9pm
If no performances in the Minerva Theatre
10am - 6pm
Sunday 14 October