I am seeking art submissions from refugees and asylum seekers living in the UK who are older than 18 years of age. Submit your artwork for the exhibition now by e-mailing R.Salzano@napier.ac.uk. Follow the prompt below and set your artistic side free! Take a look at the "Project Updates" page to view some examples of art, photographs and other types of art, that might be submitted.
Take a photo or create a piece of art that represents why you use the public library.
If the ways you use the public library have changed since you came to the UK, please also take a photo or create a piece of art that represents why the ways you use the public library have changed.
You can submit as many photos and pieces of artwork as you like.
التقط صورة أو قم بإنشاء قطعة فنية توضح سبب استخدامك للمكتبة العامة.
إذا تغيرت طرق استخدامك للمكتبة العامة منذ قدومك إلى المملكة المتحدة ، فيرجى أيضًا التقاط صورة أو إنشاء قطعة فنية توضح سبب تغير طرق استخدامك للمكتبة العامة.
يمكنك إرسال العديد من الصور والقطع الفنية كما تريد.
Be sure to download, sign, and attach the consent form at the bottom of this post to your submission e-mail. Once you submit a piece of artwork Rachel will work with you to confirm the story behind your piece. Prizes will be awarded based on public voting (keep an eye on this website for further updates).
Please try to submit your artwork by early July, 2021 to allow time for the exhibition to be finalised for a July unveiling.
Rachel Salzano is a PhD student at Edinburgh Napier University. In her spare time she enjoys crocheting, drawing, reading, and collecting public library memberships. She hopes that her research will help bring together public library providers and their communities to enhance public library service provision.