Subscribe to ‘In Touch’ July Issue
Subscribe to 'In Touch' July Issue
EMBASSY gallery is launching the first issue of ‘In Touch’ this July!
‘In Touch’ will deliver art to the doorsteps of those who may be unable to attend art events this year. We have commissioned 6 artists to make 50 postable artworks each. The artists have been curated into pairs resulting in three exhibitions that will be sent out in July, October and December. These artworks are for the subscribers to keep and enjoy from home; offering a tactile encounter that is not normally made available within traditional institutional settings.
Each issue will include: 2 artworks made by 2 emerging artists and a gallery text about the artists and their practices. The artworks have been made on a small scale so that they can be posted and will arrive in a small box.
The July Issue of ‘In Touch’ features artworks by Rebecca Tucker and Hamshya Rajkumar!
Would you like to sign up to receive the July Issue?
We have 50 slots up for grabs to receive artworks by these wonderful artists. All you have to do is fill out your details and shipping address below on eventbrite and we will take care of the rest!*
This opportunity is open to everyone but we welcome those in particular who feel they may struggle to access art spaces this year. There is no cost to subscribe and the postal exhibition will be sent to you for free. 🙂
**Due to posting practicalities we can only post to addresses in Scotland**
‘In Touch’ Postal Series finds its roots in expressions that encourage us to stay in contact with one another: to “keep in touch”, or “be in touch”. We welcome responses to the artworks from subscribers via email or social media.
*Note – We will be doing an open call for subscribers for every issue – this is to open up the oppertunitity to as many people as possible. Signing up to receive the July issue of ‘In Touch’ means you will receive this issue only. If you wish to receive the other issues please sign up again in response to our open calls. People are welcome to sign up multiple times if they wish.