This summer dot-art are partnering with the Royal Liver Building for the long-awaited return of Liverpool Art Fair!
dot-art are bringing Liverpool Art Fair to the city’s most iconic landmark, the Royal Liver Building, after a pandemic enforced 3-year break. They want to offer visitors the best possible range of locally sourced, affordable art work, so they need artists from across the region to get involved.
They will be open to the public 6 days a week, from 29 June– 20 August 2023. Entry is FREE!
Liverpool Art Fair is an annual event, aiming to showcase a wide range of affordable original art by a plethora of local artists; providing a unique insight into the region’s creative talent and the opportunity for everyone, from seasoned collector to first time art buyer, to own their own piece of the Liverpool art world.
Pre-pandemic the event ran for eight years, launching in May 2012 as part of the inaugural Liverpool Art Month, at the then brand new Camp and Furnace. In 2017, they relocated to the Pier Head, in a purpose-built gallery constructed from five shipping containers! In 2019 they took Liverpool Art Fair to Metquarter, where it ran for 80 consecutive days. In total they have welcomed over 50,000 art lovers to their events and showcased work by more than 1700 artists.
Liverpool Art Fair 2023 will take place for seven weeks across the summer, on the ground floor of the Royal Liver Building on the city’s Pier Head.
This is an open submission event, and they are inviting all artists based within a 35-mile radius of Liverpool, to submit work for inclusion.
Liverpool Art Fair 2023 Submission Process
- Read the Information for Artists document on the Liverpool Art Fair website to make sure you are eligible.
- Please complete the online Submission Form by midnight on Sunday 28 May.
- You will need full details of all the works you are submitting along with images.
- You will be required to pay £5 per piece submission fee.
- Work for inclusion will be selected by our independent panel and successful artists will be notified week commencing 5 June.