Have you heard of the awesome little gallery/shop Sweets Workshop in Sydney’s quaint Summer Hill? Well if you haven’t we profiled them right here on our blog, back when they first opened their doors last year.
Sweets Workshops exhibit and stock art, decorative objects, giftware and independent publications. Their key goal is to ‘provide artists with a platform to show and sell their creations and provide the community with unusual and original concepts, that are affordable.’
They are currently calling for submissions from artists and writers to contribute to their ‘Food Fight‘ publication and exhibition.
More about Food Fight from Sweets Workshops:
Food Fight is a yearly collaborative exhibition and accompanying publication produced by Sweets Workshop. Food Fight is all about food, pitting image against text, recipe against illustration, photograph against story. In the ring this year is the humble picnic.
We’re calling for submissions from artists and writers to contribute to the publication and exhibition. What we’re looking for, are illustrations, design, photography, recipes, stories, poems that celebrate the picnic. Your creation can focus on any aspect, from what to pack to where to go.
The exhibition will run from 23rd of October to 15th November, with the launch of the publication on the 23rd to co-inside with the Summer Hill Grand Food Bazaar. YUM!
The publication will be printed in Australia, on 100% recycled stock and will be a limited edition print run, it’ll be a short and sweet size and will be hand numbered. Last year’s publication was a great success and was sold/wholesaled throughout Australia. To have a look at what was on offer last year for the Sweet Tooth Edition, you can go to our website.
If the submission is selected, it may feature in the publication and/or the exhibition (where it can be offered for sale). Any written piece or artwork chosen to be included in the Food Fight publication or exhibition will receive a free copy of the publication.
Images featured in this post are from last years Sweet Tooth publication.