By submitting your works you agree to comply with the following Terms and Conditions.
Our online artists entry system opens on 3 August 2020.
Once you have logged in to Gallery 247 you can save and return to your entries at any time. Including previous years.
Closing date for entries is 14 September 2020.
All details you enter on the entry system are used in our catalogue, on artwork labels and assist in selling your artwork(s) – so please ensure this information is both correct and compelling.
The Artist understands that the curator(s) for Albert Park College has the final say. No correspondence will be entered into.
The submission fee is payable whether or not the work is selected for display.
Accepted artworks for exhibition with incur an additional $10 fee per accepted artwork. Artists will be notified via the Gallery 247 system of their acceptance for exhibition of artwork(s).
A 25% commission on sales will be donated to Albert Park College.
All artwork must be available for sale.
Enter as many artworks as you wish, however please be aware this is a selected and curated exhibition
Both 2D and 3D works may be submitted. Some plinths (stands) are available for use.
Maximum artwork size is 1.5 mtrs on any given side. Works that are larger than 1.5 mtrs on any side will not be accepted.
Small sculpture must be movable by hand unless confirmed with the curator in writing.
The Artist warrants all entries submitted are his or her original work.
The Artist warrants that the submitted works have been produced in the last 2 years.
The artwork will not have been entered into the APC Art Show in previous years.
Artists whose work(s) is accepted are encouraged to supply a printed one-page biography at the delivery of artwork(s).
Delivery to the new venue at 40 Bay Street, Port Melbourne Victoria 3206 (Enter via Post Office Place off Rouse Street, Port Melbourne). Students will be on hand to assist if required.
Please see the 'Key Dates and Times' section for artwork drop off dates and times.
These dates and times are STRICTLY adhered too.
Artwork delivered after the final drop off time will NOT be included in the exhibition.
Works must be delivered exhibition ready with frames, fitting, wire/string for hanging, canvases must be dry – APC reserves the right to refuse to exhibit artwork that is not exhibition ready.
Collection of unsold works must be by completed by the advertised dates and times listed in the 'Key Dates and Times' of our website.
Artworks(s) not collected by the designated time are deemed the property of Albert Park College which reserves the right to dispose of these (or not) at their discretion. Please understand that APC does not have space for storage – we really don’t!
A late collection fee of $20 per day for storage of work will apply for uncollected work from the Tuesday after the exhibition closer.
In the event all your exhibited artwork(s) are sold, the artist will be informed via the Gallery 247 system.
If you are unable to collect your unsold artwork yourself, please fill in the authorisation form available at the time of delivery.
By entering your artwork you agree that APC may use your image(s) to promote the APC Art Show for the current exhibition and future promotion of the event.
Please visit the 'Prizes and Awards for 2019' section on our website for all the art award details and judges.
All artworks under the value of $2,000 will automatically be entered in the Best in Show Section as well as the other art awards on offer. Works over $2,000 are not eligible for the Best in Show Award.
Judging will take place the day before the Gala Opening and the Judges’ decision is final.
Awards will be announced on Gala Opening Night.
Student Awards will be announced on Saturday afternoon of the event.
If your artwork is sold you will be notified by Gallery 247.
Funds will be transferred via electronic transfer to your nominated bank account within 4 weeks of the events conclusion.
Please make sure your bank details are correct in the Gallery 247 system.
Artists are liable for all and any GST on entry fees; on charges for handling or return of paintings and on painting sales [where applicable].
GST (if applicable) on sold artworks will be forwarded to the artist along with the balance of the ex-GST price after the deduction of any outstanding moneys. It is the responsibility of the artist to include the GST in their BAS.
The public are invited to purchase works by cash, cheque or credit card (with a 1% credit card surcharge).
Artists are encouraged to attend our Gala Opening Night to be available to chat with potential buyers. Tickets are available via this Website.
Artworks sold will be available for collection by the purchaser on the Monday following the closure of the exhibition.
When pricing your work you may wish to give consideration to the following information:
Works in the $200–$500 price range have sold well in previous years at our Art Show.
The average size of works sold in previous years was approximately 50cm x 50cm.
The description on your artwork really assists our sales staff to sell your work, so please make this interesting and engaging.
The selection panel looks at all the artwork submitted along with the photograph you submit. Please make sure that the photograph is a good representation of your artwork. The final artworks selected are a diverse range and will profile both student and professional artists.
The exhibition is open to the public, with Opening Night featuring live music, entertainment, gourmet food, wine and art.
Tickets are on sale via our website at $35 per ticket. Please note: No free tickets available
When registering for the Albert Park College Art Show on Gallery 247, as appropriate, you will be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address, mailing address, phone number and bank details.
Any information collected from you may be used to improve customer service by contacting you directly or to process monetary transactions. The email address you provide may be used to send you information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions.
Your information, whether public or private, will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to any other company for any reason whatsoever, without your consent, other than for the express purpose of exhibition.
We may use your images for promotion of the Albert Park College Art Show in the current year and in the future.
We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when you enter, submit, or access your personal information. All supplied sensitive/banking information is transmitted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology and then encrypted into our Payment gateway providers database only to be accessible by those authorized with special access rights to such systems, and are required to keep your information confidential.
Albert Park College accepts no responsibility for loss, theft or damage to any artwork. The Artist is responsible for obtaining their own insurance.
If there are any questions regarding these Terms and Conditions, you may contact us here >