DAN CIC has been setup to enable disabled and non-disabled artists to exhibit their art and share their experience of how creativity has either helped them cope with disability or enriched their lives and provided a sense of well being. There is no charge to exhibit with us. We also hold weekly get-togethers for the different groups involved every Friday evening at Tesco Bulwell Extra from 7:30pm - 9:30pm in the Community Room...but this activity is currently suspended because of Covid19; the exhibitions are still ongoing though.
There is no charge to exhibit with DAN CIC. Applicants must provide a written narrative on how creativity helps them to cope with disability or has provided a sense of well being (for non-disabled people) as part of their exhibition (maximum 1 sheet of A4 - font size 14). Please be aware that you do not have to make your art available for sale. The main focus is on sharing your vision - not selling it.
Should you sell your art via the exhibitions with us, there is no commission charge. If you would like to make a voluntary contribution towards the project, that would be most welcome. Funds raised from this joint venture will go towards running this project in the long term, as well as raising awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and promoting creativity as a coping mechanism for disability but please do not feel you have to donate anything; you must see to your own needs first.
To arrange a consultation, please contact 'Wolf' Sunkmanitu direct on 07971 99 77 10 or email wolf (at) wolf-photography.com.
We are now a digital exhibition site. This means that you don't have to buy frames for your art work. You will be able to submit a cohesive set of art from your mobile device. You will still be able to sell your art if you wish via the exhibition. To apply please see the exhibitors' application pack on: https://www.wolf-photography.com/downloads/ExhibitDAN.pdf.
You can see the current exhibitors on: https://www.wolf-photography.com/html/DAN/Current_exhibitors.html.