Online submissions are now open for the RSA Annual Exhibition 2021.
We are delighted to announce that the RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture is returning once again this spring as part of the 195th RSA Annual Exhibition. On view from 4 April â€“ 9 May 2021, the exhibition will showcase a diverse range of contemporary art and architecture from our Royal Scottish Academicians, plus artists and architects carefully selected from online open submissions.
The Open Architecture element aims to highlight some of the most interesting current architectural practices across Scotland and beyond.
Online submission is now open for the 2021 exhibition for works of any scale and in any suitable architectural medium â€“ including models/3D, drawing, photography and film/animations.
To submit work to be considered for the exhibition architects must register and complete the online application process at www.royalscottishacademy.oess1.uk
Architects may submit up to TWO works of any dimensions in any suitable medium, including drawing, photography, print, film and models/3D.
An entry fee (inclusive of VAT) is required for each work: Â£25 per work / students Â£10 per work. There is also a Â£10 hanging fee for any work hung in the exhibition.
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday 3rd February 2021 at 5pm.
Please read the REGULATIONS and FAQs on our website before submitting work.
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