The Open Art Festival is a chance for artists to be part of something truly innovative. It is free to enter, free to visit, and open to all. Visitors from around the world will be able to explore the festival island and view pictures and videos from international artists. This year’s virtual exhibition is going to be special. The Covid pandemic has had a big impact on live events, with many events being cancelled. So this year we are going to be presenting the exhibition in a festival style.
When can you visit the Open Art Festival?
The exhibition will be released in September and will be accessible online for 1 month, for free. It will then be available as a download so that people can keep sharing and visiting the exhibition. There will also be live events, such as guided tours and artist/curator forums.
About the Festival Island and its Design
The festival take place on a virtual island, with five exhibition areas. These areas will include a lighthouse, a cliffside theatre, a mountain top gallery, an observatory and a beach pier. Each area will focus on it’s own form of creativity, with separate zones devoted to fine art, photography, digital arts, music & performance.
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