Nottingham Castle Open 2014 is now over and wasselected by:
Sean Edwards (artist), Antony Micallef (artist) Kirsty Ogg (Director, New Contemporaries)
Artists selected for the 2014 exhibition:
Margie Andrew-Reichelt | Chloe Ashley | Alan Baker | Shaun Belcher | Jackie Berridge | Hasret Brown | Lotti Closs | Daniel Cowlam | Sumiko Eadon | Craig Fisher | Joanna Fursman | Adam Grüning | Jack Holden | Abi Hubbard | Melanie Jakubson | Geoff Diego Litherland | Andrew Macara | Danica Maier | Tracy-Ann Marrison | Craig David Parr | Faith Pearson | Adrian Pearsons | James Politano | Simon Raven & Jim Brouwer | Reactor | David Severn | Corinna Spencer | Sarah Terry | Oliver Tirré | Lois Wallace | Corey Whyte | Jodie Wingham
For more than 100 years Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, the first municipal Museum & Art Gallery outside of London, has played host to an ‘open-style’ exhibition, an event which celebrates the enormous creative talent within the region. The Nottingham Castle Open is one of the busiest and most exciting events in the Castle’s Annual calendar.
The Nottingham Castle Open 2014 is now seeking applications in any media from Midlands-based Visual Artists over the age of 18, for an exhibition which will take place from 13 December 2014 –18 January 2015.
Each exhibitor has the chance to receive a wide variety of prizes, which include the Grand Prize of £2,000, alongside other cash, materials, exhibition and residency opportunities courtesy of the many sponsors who support the exhibition.
Nottingham Castle Open 2014, Installation Views. Photo credit: John Hartley
The exhibition is always a ‘visual feast’ that demonstrates current artistic practices from the widest possible range of work made over the past 12 months, and as such, the Nottingham Castle Open is a valuable and respected vehicle for the region's emerging and established artists.
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery is run by Nottingham City Council, and is part of the Nottingham Museums and Galleries Group, which includes Brewhouse Yard, Wollaton Hall, Newstead Abbey and Green’s Mill. For more information on our sites, please visit our Museums and Galleries website