Call for submissions: Pick Me Up 2013

Calling all galleries and illustration and graphic art collectives: London’s annual graphic art fair, Pick Me Up, is looking for people to apply to exhibit and sell their wares and run workshops and events at next year’s event…

Calling all galleries and illustration and graphic art collectives: London’s annual graphic art fair, Pick Me Up, is looking for people to apply to exhibit and sell their wares and run workshops and events at next year’s event…

Applications should be in PDF format, submitted to exhibitions@somersethouse.org.uk by Friday September 28, full details below:

somersethouse.org.uk

 

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