Glasgow Open House Arts Festival September 2021

by Glasgow Open House Arts Festival in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

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Glasgow's DIY festival is back with a diverse programme of exhibitions from under-represented artists, free and accessible to all.

by Glasgow Open House Arts Festival in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

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Rewards

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£35 or more

Screen Printed Festival Sweatshirt

Screen printed Glasgow Open House Arts Festival Sweatshirt, organic cotton printed in Glasgow. Available in sizes XS - 4XL, we'll get in touch with you to confirm size.

£10 or more

Stitched Badge

Take Glasgow Open House Arts Festival wherever you go with a stitched badge that can be ironed or sewn onto your jacket or bag! Created for us by Wild and Kind.

£15 or more

Drawing Workshop with Elina Bry

Bring your pencils and black pens, as well as your watercolours or coloured pencils for this drawing workshop with artist Elina Bry. We all think that getting 2 more degrees in Scotland wouldn’t be a bad idea, to be fair that would be kind of nice don’t you think? But what does it mean, 2 degrees? 2 degrees when you are essentially surrounded by the sea? Come explore your favourite parts of Scotland while thinking about Climate Change.

£15 or more

Jenny Haytch Illustration Bundle

Jenny Haytch creates imaginatively illustrated products that are wonky & charming, tongue-in-cheek & occasionally NSFW. 3 cards, 1 'I Survived 2020' badge and 1 x A6 print

£25 or more

Screen Printed Festival T-shirt

Screen printed Glasgow Open House Arts Festival t-shirt in navy, organic cotton printed in Glasgow. Available in sizes XS - 4XL, we'll get in touch with you to confirm size.

£25 or more

Colourful gliclee prints by artist Sophie Grindlay

Choose between This is Weird, Down Dog and Lucky Dip printed in A4 on fine art paper. Glasgow based visual artist Sophie Grindlay creates vibrant paintings, paper collages and sculptures about the chaos found in the details of her life.

£35 or more

Window Art Kit

'Buy a kit, donate a kit’ allows you to purchase a kit with all the art materials and guidance needed to create a beautiful window display at home, for you to take part in the festival programme. With every kit purchased, we will donate a number of the same kits to be distributed to communities outlined in the organisation’s constitution.

£55 or more

Window Art Kit X 2

With this reward, you will recieve 2 x Window Art Kits while also donating 2 of the same kits to be distributed to communities outlined in the organisation’s constitution. Your art kits will contain all of the art materials and guidance needed to create a beautiful window display at home, for you to take part in the festival programme.

£70 or more

My Dad's Tools: Photographic Prints by Chris Jones

Chris Jones is an artist and the father of Amalie Silvani-Jones (director of GOHAF). The prints are from his series 'My Dad's Tools' exploring his caring relationship with his father after his dementia diagnosis, by documenting his expansive collection of tools.

£80 or more

Original Collages by Janie Nicoll (Flyworks)

These artworks are part of a series of collage works donated by artist and member of the festival advisory committee 'Janie Nicoll' that utilise newspapers, and cultural detritus as a form of found material. Flyworks: Title “Looking Forwards Looking Back” collage using newspapers, unique collage works on paper, variable edition. Collage on paper.

£80 or more

Original Collages by Janie Nicoll (Flowers)

These artworks are part of a series of collage works donated by artist and member of the festival advisory committee 'Janie Nicoll' that utilise newspapers, and cultural detritus as a form of found material. Flowers: “We’re A Long Time Deid”- a reworking of dried flowers from the Herbarium of Emily Dickinson, in the Harvard Archive. Collage on paper.

£100 or more

Drawing by Robert McCormack, title ‘High Tarif'

Beautiful original drawing by artist and member of our advisory committee - Robert McCormack. Size 210 x 297 (A4). Fixed paper on charcoal on paper wrapped round wooden panel. Signed and dated by the artist. Hanging features - X2 wooden batons to offset work from wall.

£150 or more

Festival Super Bundle

Festival Super Bundle includes Stitched badge, T-shirt, Sweatshirt, Limited edition Festival riso print, a place on Climate Emergency drawing workshop with artist Elina Bry and more!

£175 or more

Window Art Kit Bundle

Buy this reward to recieve 10 x Window Art Kits for your group / organisation, or we will distribute them to communities outlined in the organisation’s constitution. Art kits will contain all of the art materials and guidance needed to create a beautiful window display at home, for you to take part in the festival programme.

£200 or more

Painting & Artist's Book by Craig Mulholland

Sub-Prime No.6 (Originally part of Grandes Et Petites Machines Exhibition at Spike Island Bristol) by Craig Mulholland. 61cm x 61cm, Acrylic on Drilled Hardboard. A copy of the accompanying artist's book will also be donated with this work (Grandes Et Petites Machines, Edition of 300).

£500 or more

Hand-drawn wallpaper by Flore de Hoog

Flore de Hoog is a Glasgow-based artist, specialising in hand-drawn walls, drawings and prints. With this reward, Flore will work with you to create a custom design in her unique style, which she will then draw directly to your walls by hand. Glasgow based reward.

£500 or more

Hand painted Mural by Alice Dansey-Wright

Alice Dansey-Wright is an artist and designer. Her primary medium is drawing and painting but she also applies her work to textiles, set design, jewellery, furniture and performance. With this reward, Alice will use here playful lines to paint a unique mural on an interior wall in your Glasgow home.

£20 or more

Signed copy of publication 'HAUSKATZE' by MV Brown

HAUSKATZE by MV Brown takes the form of a photographic flipbook documenting a domestic performance and interspecies collaboration. Its palindromic design reveals two performances with the flick of a thumb. Made with thanks to her cat Heathcliff, Natalie McGowan and David Addison. Published by Hommages. Production & Design by Side Orders. Custom wig by Wig Chapel. Supported by Creative Scotland and Glasgow City Council.

£75 or more

Art Prints for Your Home Exhibition

Selection of 3 prints by Glasgow based artists. Support local artists and showcase some of their work in your own home exhibition!

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