What goes on behind the scenes at RSA?
Helen Redmond – Secretary
Helen Redmond is RSA Secretary, a practising artist, teacher and foster carer.
Helen left Hastings College of Arts and Technology in 1989 and then worked as an exhibition designer in a busy London design company for a number of years whilst running a stall at Greenwich Market selling hand painted glassware.
Exhibitions – from 1992-1994 in Bromley Library and Chislehurst Library.
Helen has designed and produced large window displays for both Bromley and East Sussex councils.
Now living and working in Hastings she combines driftwood, found objects and paper-craft together to create intricate works under glass domes that excite the imagination.
With just a nod to historical Victorian collectors her original worlds combine literature and nature to make magical timeless pieces.
Please get in touch with Helen on email@example.com
or send us a message via our Contact Page.
The Rye Society of Artists looks forward to receiving work from non-members every year. It is an exciting time for the society to open its doors to new and known artists who live within a 15 mile radius of Rye. Non-members work is shown alongside members work and all works are hung together across two galleries over the month of August. The show is now firmly on the Rye and national calendar and as well as showing the most exciting creative work on offer we made record sales in 2019. Our many buyers and loyal supporters come from near and far to see the show every year. Please read on for the nitty-gritty on how the submission and selection process works and do read through the submission form. Any questions that may arise please contact Helen Redmond on firstname.lastname@example.org
How does the submission and selection process work?
All works for submission must be handed in on the same day and at the time specified on the submission form. The handing in venue is The Dance Hall, Community Centre, Conduit Street, Rye.
The RSA is an artists-led society and the summer show is put up, managed and run by the artists themselves who will be on hand to unwrap and collect your work.
All art work submitted is carefully stored until the selection process takes place. The selection of work for the exhibition is decided by a group of members which changes every year and the decision is final. The hanging committee will then endeavour to hang all the selected work. Please be aware that we only have two galleries and are constrained by the space available. We do our best to hang all work. You will be informed if your submission has been successful using the S.A.E. supplied. The selected work is then hung or displayed in the galleries. The information that you supply on the front, hanging label will be used to catalogue and price the work. PLEASE make sure both labels you supply are accurate.
Non-selected work can be collected before the show opens on the specified day on the submission form. Please remember to bring the collection form when you pick up the work so the society can release the work. We will not release the work if you or an authorised person does not bring this release form.
If your work sells during the exhibition we will charge a commission of 35% and your buyer will be instructed to collect. If your work does not sell then you need to collect it at the end of the show on the collection day as specified in the submission form. Please be prepared to pack up your own work or if someone else is coming into collect for you then they will have to wrap and pack. There will be RSA members on hand to help if needed.
Good Luck with your submission and we very much look forward to seeing your work.