The Surveillance Exhibition at Cafe Ethos Fareham will run from Monday 12th October until 12th December. Live Art Local artists William Phillips, Ailsa Brims and Live Art Local Director, Beth Davis-Hofbauer will be exhibiting pieces that explore the concept.
This exhibition looks at the concept of surveillance, we’ve all had that feeling that we are being watched and with a plethora of cameras out there we are probably being secretly recorded; but who is watching us and what and who are we watching?
Pieces from the exhibition are available to purchase.
The exhibition is open every day except Sunday
CALL FOR ARTISTS: SURVEILLANCE
We have teamed with Cafe Ethos, Cafe and Art Space to put on a series of exhibitions, each running for between 2-3 months. The first of these will be titled, Surveillance. Artists are invited to submit 2D works that reflect this theme. There is no other criteria and all 2d media will be considered.
This is free for Live Art Local artists to submit to, just login to access the form and upload your work.
If you are not already a Live Art Local member, you can join by visiting http://liveartlocal.co.uk/get_your_art_seen/
You can also enter this call out as a guest for the cost of £3.50. Simply pay your donation and then you will be redirected to the form and upload.
Submissions close on the 2nd October and we will notify those selected by 4th October. Work is to be delivered any day before 9th October to Sticks Gallery in Fareham.