The Exhibit allows artists and curators to exhibit a wide variety of art forms including:
- oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings
- etchings, lithographs, lino prints, monoprints, wood block prints and other print media
- charcoal, pastel, pencil, pen and ink drawings and sketches
- works on paper
- collage and assemblage
- metal, stone and wooden sculpture
- digital art
- textile art and weaving
- and traditional and indigenous art forms
If it’s an original artwork and you can photograph it, you can exhibit it!
However, please keep in mind these three things when selecting artwork for your exhibition:
- If you have not created the artwork yourself, do you have permission to exhibit it?
- Is the artwork an original? Note, The Exhibit doesn’t allow for the exhibition of unlimited commercial reproductions and poster prints.
- Does your exhibition have more than two artworks in it? If not, then this would be classified as a single artwork listing and not an exhibition! :)
Want to know more about exhibiting? Discover more helpful articles below:
- How much does it cost to exhibit?
- How to format your exhibition and artwork images
- How to write exhibition and artwork descriptions
- How to set Opening and Closing Dates for your exhibition
- Guide to adding video content to your exhibition
- Guide to holding Online and Offline exhibitions at the same time
- How to price your artwork on The Exhibit
- For Sale and Not For Sale artworks in your exhibition
- Revenue Share Guide for Artists and Curators
- How to define shipping destinations, prices and dispatch your artwork
- Publishing your exhibition live
- How to promote your online exhibition
- How payouts work when an artwork sells
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