The Society of Women Artists 2019 Exhibition

Society of Women Artists - The Artists Print Room
Call for Entries

The 2019 Society of Women Artists Exhibition online pre-selection process is open on Thursday 28th February 2019. Entry will be open to both members and non-members and this will be the 158th exhibition from the society.

The Society of Women Artists

The Society of Women Artists (SWA) is a British art body dedicated to celebrating and promoting fine art created by women. Originally founded as the Society of Female Artists in 1855, it offered women artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works. Annual exhibitions have been held in London each year since 1857.

The 2019 Exhibition

The 2019 exhibition will be held in the renowned Mall Galleries, London and  artists can each submit up to four pieces of work. All medias are applicable, including; painting, pastel, drawing, mixed media and sculptures. Entry is open to both members and non-members with entry at £15 per work or £8 for those artists aged 35 and under.

All those wishing to submit their works must digitally upload their file by noon on the 20th June 2019. You must upload your work online through The Mall Galleries submission system here. Those fortunate to be selected will be notified on the 28th June 2019. Subsequently, following on from this, the exhibition will be open to the general public from Tuesday 24th September to Sunday 29th September. Additionally, all works within the exhibition will be for sale.

Awards

There are a variety of awards available and highlights include; the Princess Michael of Kent Award, The SWA Fine Art Award (£500), The SWA Special Fine Art Award (£2,000), Karin Walker Young Artist Award (£1,000), Derwent Special Fine Art Award (£500 of art materials) and the St Cuthberts Paper Mill Award. In addition to the, Jackson’s Art Supplies will be sponsoring the People’s Choice Award.


To view previous works from 157th exhibition, click here.

For further information on this years requirements, rules and terms and conditions visit the Society of Women Artists website.