Art in Isolation

Last edited by Suesarts on 19 June 2020
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Closing Date: 
Tuesday, 30 June, 2020
Photograph by John Credland ARPS

Virtual exhibition opportunity.
The Friends of The Heseltine Gallery are hosting an online exhibition on the theme of ‘Art in Isolation’ and would like to hear about how you have coped and if art has helped you in any way. Has making art had a positive effect on you? Have you, your family or friends produced something visually artistic as a result of reflecting on the effects that the Coronavirus has had on individuals and society in general?

Any medium and style of art can be submitted, as long as the image is appropriate to share on the internet. People of all ages are encouraged to take part, so if you have a budding young artist, or an elderly relative in the district, please do tell them about the exhibition. The deadline for artwork will be 30th June. There will be no formal selection process, but images of the work must be good quality and high resolution; the project manager reserves the right not to include unsuitable images. Limited to three submissions per person.

Please send all entries to along with the following details:
• Artist name
• Medium
• Price (if you would like to sell your work, with contact details on how people interested can get in touch with you)
• Short description about the work and any comments you would like to make about the impact art has had on your isolation period.

Entries will be added to the website: and the exhibition will go live from 11th July to 1st September, promoted on social media.

Contact Details: 

Project Manager Katie Boyce via or Sue Carverhill, Arts Development Officer, South Northamptonshire Council:

Multi Artform
Young People