Applications to exhibit are open

A mainstay on the Brisbane art calendar and major Queensland Mental Health Week event, the Recovered Futures Art Exhibition showcases the talents of artists with a lived experience of mental illness while raising awareness of mental health, recovery and wellbeing.

Richmond Fellowship Queensland (RFQ) has announced that applications to exhibit are now open for the 2022 Recovered Futures Art Exhibition.

Artists with a lived experience of mental illness interested in selling their work are invited to complete an application before Sunday 26 June 2022.

Exhibiting artists need to identify as:

  • having a personal lived experience of mental illness and/or
  • being a family member, carer or providing voluntary support to someone with a lived experience.

For artwork to be an eligible entry, it must:

  • not exceed 120cm in either length or width inclusive of frame and weigh less than 5kg.
  • hang safely/securely and be fitted with D ring hangers 100mm from the top of the work and wire or picture hanging cord (polyester).
  • have a reasonable sale price and not be listed as ‘not for sale’ or ‘by negotiation’.
  • be clean, undamaged, finished, presented to a high standard, either framed or stretched onto canvas and not have been exhibited before at a Recovered Futures Art Exhibition.
  • be original and not considered offensive or inappropriate, aligning with the values of the exhibition.

You can learn more and submit an application via the RFQ website, here.


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