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Call for entries for Summer Exhibiton at Royal Academy of Arts London.

Thursday, 15th January 2015.

Royal Acdemy of Arts LogoSummer Exhibition opens the Calls for Entries The Royal Academy of Arts, London. Any artist that would like to participate should contact the Royal Academy of Arts, even using the website, and apply following the rules of the organizations.

Firstly the candidate need to create an account or using the previous one, if they already have one.

Then there is an entry fee to be paid. You can enter one or two works, for a fee of £25 (non-refundable) per work, which covers the administration costs. You can pay this online by credit or debit card. A maximum of 12,000 entries only will be accepted.

Then the candidate should enter the details and upload images of his artwork.

The first round of selection will be made from digital images of artworks. The judges will shortlist up to 4,000 entries which will participate to the second round.

The successful artist in the first round will be notified by email and asked to deliver their artwork to the Royal Academy for the next round of selection.

The deadline for the digital entry submission, including images of your artworks, is midnight on Friday, 13th February 2015 at the latest.

This year the Selection Committee members are the following RA artists and architects: Norman Ackroyd; Olwyn Bowey; Stephen Cox; Michael Craig-Martin; Gus Cummins; Jock McFadyen; David Remfry; Ian Ritchie; Mick Rooney; and Bill Woodrow.

The Selection Committee may decide to accept or reject any work submitted for the Summer Exhibition at its sole discretion. The Selection Committee’s decision is final.

Further information on the Summer Exhibtion 2015 can be found on the Royal Academy of Arts website, also visiting in Piccadilly, London.

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