Apply for 2015

Holmfirth Artweek 2015 -  Sunday July 5th to Saturday July 12th. Open to all artists, both amateur and professional – each entrant may submit up to two pieces. There is no selection process for public entries, but space is limited and the exhibition is always over-subscribed so a draw is held on 1 May to select each year’s exhibitors.

There is no application form for this part of the process and details about the work to be submitted aren’t required at this stage. Sending photos is not necessary.

Applications can only be accepted if accompanied by a cheque or postal order for £10.00 made payable to ‘Holmfirth Artweek’ and a large stamped, self-addressed envelope (preferably C5 size or above). Please ensure your envelope has sufficient postage as any shortfall has to be paid by the charity.

If your application is successful you will receive instructions in the 2nd week of May 2015 about how to submit your work. If your name isn’t drawn then your cheque will be returned. If you aren’t lucky this time around please do try again the following year.

Send your application to arrive between 1 and 30 April 2015 to:

Holmfirth Artweek
PO Box 57
HD9  1YT

Don’t forget to include:

- A cheque or postal order for £10.00.

- A large stamped, self-addressed envelope.

Holmfirth Artweek Fringe 2015

Artists and venues wanting to take part in the Fringe this year should contact our Fringe Coordinator
Deadline is  March 2015.

There is an admin fee of £40.00 for every Fringe venue taking part in Holmfirth Artweek to cover print and marketing. Additional print items will be available to order – price on application. Reasonably priced advertising is available on the website, in the Fringe flyer and also in the catalogue.

All Fringe Venues receive a free listing on the Fringe Venue page of the Artweek website, and are also mentioned on the Artweek Facebook and Twitter pages.


For more information on artWEEK please email or to visit our contact page click here.

The Artweek committee would like to remind everyone taking part in the Fringe that they ask for a 20% donation of all takings during Artweek, not a percentage of profits made. This is donated in full to Macmillan Cancer Support.