Cape to Cape 2022 – Regional Ceramics Exhibition Terms & Conditions
1. All entrants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents, and who live in the Districts of Bay of Plenty, Hauraki, Thames/Coromandel and Gisborne.
2. All entries must be original work in concept and design of the entrant and be executed within the last 12 months prior to the entry date. Work must not have been previously exhibited in a public gallery or received an award.
3. All styles of work are acceptable for entry providing the work is predominantly made from ceramic materials.
4. The work entered must be the work of a living artist, the artist’s own work/inspiration/intellectual property and must be entered by the artist/creator of the work.
5. Joint entries are permitted but all parties must be acknowledged on the entry, and all must agree to the Terms and Conditions; they will be catalogued accordingly.
6. ‘Emerging Artist’ is defined as an artist exhibiting ceramics in a show/exhibition for the first time.
7. The appropriate entry fee of $30 for one entry; or $50 for two entries; or $70 for three entries must be paid to the listed bank account on submission of your entry. Entry fees are non-refundable.
8. 100-word (max) artist bio is to be included in the appropriate section of the entry form.
9. Photographic images for selection
10. Entrants must complete the entry form. All work details (title, date, description, size, price etc) must be supplied in full at the time of entry. No changes can be made once entered.
11. Late entries will not be accepted under any circumstance. Entries must be received by 5pm, Monday 8th August 2022.
12. There will be one judge – to be announced at a later date. Please see our website www.bethlehempottery.com or follow us on Facebook for more updates. The judge’s decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the exhibition, awards or any other decision made by the judge.
13. The curator and the judge reserve the right to reject entries at their discretion for the following reasons: if the work is not well executed; if the work is too big for display in the exhibition space; if it is damaged, if it is considered to be significantly different from the work illustrated in submitted images; or if it is of a quality considered unsuitable for exhibition.
14. Finalists will be notified by Wednesday 17th August 2022.
15. Award winners will be announced at the opening evening.
16. Requested works for judging need to be:
17. Sold works can be collected by the purchaser (with proof of ID) on Sunday 2nd October between 3pm and 4pm, or Monday 3rd October between 9am and 12noon, or returned by a designated courier paid for by the purchaser.
18. If the work does not sell, it must be picked up from Baycourt on Monday 3rd October between 9am and 12noon. If this is not possible, please contact Capetocape22@gmail.com to discuss. Bethlehem Pottery Club are not responsible for work that is not collected, unless alternative arrangements have been agreed prior.
21. Notes for wall works:
22. Bethlehem Pottery Club reserves the right to photograph and reproduce selected work for publications relating to Cape to Cape 2022 and for archival purposes. The online submission or signed paper entry form is evidence of the entrant’s consent. Any work received into the exhibition may be used for promotional purposes by Bethlehem Pottery Club.
23. All personal information gathered will be used solely for the purpose of administering Cape to Cape.
24. Unforeseen events and COVID-19:
25. All due care will be taken with every aspect of the exhibition, but the organisers are unable to accept responsibility for clerical errors and or any unforeseen mistakes, including accidents or breakages.