Peterborough Cathedral has issued a call out for entries to its latest art exhibition, Made in Peterborough.
‘Made in Peterborough‘ is aimed at local artists or those with a connection to the city and hopes to celebrate the people, places and events of the historic city, and showcase the extraordinary talent of those living, working and creating in and around it.
Made in Peterborough is the latest iteration of “Made in Lockdown” – an exhibition inspired by Grayson Perry’s acclaimed TV series, Grayson’s Art Club. It asked people to share their experiences of the pandemic and was overwhelmed by the range and number of exhibits submitted for the first show in 2021. ‘Made in 2022’ followed on, and now Peterborough Cathedral is calling for entries for a new open exhibition of artworks to celebrate the city in all its rich history and diversity.
Submissions are welcome from people of all ages and abilities, and is open to artworks of all forms. The only stipulation is the art must have some connection to Peterborough or be made by someone with a connection to Peterborough, for it to be considered.
Submission is online with images by 24th January to be part of the selection process.
Find out how to submit your entries here.
The exhibition will launch on 7 February and run until the end of the month.