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London, United Kingdom
ARTISTS, CURATORS, DESIGNERS, INDUSTRY EXPERTS & CREATIVES.
Late September is a month when London becomes abundant with trade shows, think; London Fashion Week, 100% Design, Tent London, SuperBrands and the London Design Festival to name a handful, attracting buyers, collectors, fashionistas, art experts and the crème de la crème of this fascinating industry from around the globe.
With the ever increasing shift towards online shopping, art auctions, learning, viewing and socialisation 'East Meets West Design Week – Digital Festival of Art & Design 2016' takes the trend to a new level with an event that pampers art lovers and enthusiasts with international access to artists, venues and industry events from their desktops, laptops, tablets or smartphones, embracing the opportunity to engage with creators and curators of the contemporary, visual, fine arts and design through the power of the internet.
Held during the London Design Festival from 17-25 September, the consumer focused event treats its numerous audiences to an offering of artistic utopia. Whether for the purposes of academia, investment, trade, wellbeing, with family/friends or personal entertainment, this is an art festival whose social impact is a dissemination of art in its broadest context, putting the spotlight on the myriad of artists and designers whose talents and creativities exists worldwide.
Now in its second year, the event is circulated to a database exceeding 70,000. A donation from every entry goes to a nominated charity, which this year is: Smile Train who help children and adults born with cleft lips worldwide to smile again.
The final day of the festival takes on a playful twist when artists and visitors alike are invited to join in the festival' support for McMillan Cancer' Coffee Morning on September 25th with a day long global fundraising appeal, sponsored by Organo Gold and Harries Coffee with mocha flavoured cakes, food and beverages a favourite.
So if you design interiors, fashion wear, products or furniture, illustrate, paint, photograph, sculpt, sketch or think outside the box by utilising your artistic discipline to work in a unique way, or having an event or exhibition and welcome the chance to advertise click on the relevant link and get on board!
Open daily, 17-25 September, times vary. Entry starts at: £27.00. For bookings/advertising/listings visit: www.eastmeetswestdesignweek.com
For Enquiries | Press | Sponsorships email: email@example.com
All Artists | Registrants must provide:
- High resolution IMAGE/S (300dpi) Jpeg/PNG of your artwork/product
- A link to your website or social media
- One A4 side of press ready copy
Once you receive confirmation of payment, submit your images and editorial.
Content remain on site for one calendar year for promotional use by participants.
All entries will receive 6 months subscription to the Art Industry Directory saving £5.00 monthly!
SALES & DISTRIBUTION
Artists / Designers / Creatives keep 100% of sales and are responsible for any and all sales and distribution arrangements for shipping/deliveries to customers and clients.
Artists selected to participate will have press ready copy and images available for use.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with PRESS as the subject.
Museum of Cultural Arts (MOCA) UK
Further information visit: www.eastmeetswestdesignweek.com
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Museum of Cultural Arts
MoCA provides a platform for Artists to Exhibit, Sell and Talk About Art to new audiences, a large percentage of whom are members of the public.
MoCA seeks opportunities for Artists to bring Art to New Markets and wider audiences by making Art accesible digitally, exhibiting in-house, through supply to retailers, special events and direct sales.
MoCA brings art and artists together through a Creative hub that encourages cross collaboration to birth initiatives, target lovers of art and the arts and has an overarching remit towards making artists sustainable.
MoCA' commercial remit is to place the work of artists on their portfolio in the public arena utilising new technologies and constantly seeks opportunities to display art.