Call for Artists

Be part of the JAM on the Marsh 2022

our 9th Festival Season on Kent's Romney Marsh

Visual Arts

Theatre / Poetry

Music

JAM on the Marsh is internationally recognized as a creative, dynamic, forward-thinking multi-arts festival, drawing a festival audience of 17,000 with our publicity reaching 5.8 million people worldwide.

Who can submit: any UK Artists (18+)

Deadline: 3 January 2022

Free to apply

With 14 mediaeval churches across the unique landscape of Romney Marsh, there are a wide range of venues.

Connecting art with the local community, JAM on the Marsh holds events in high-footfall venues such as the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, the Marsh Academy Leisure Centre and the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.

We are seeking a diverse community of Artists who are creative and thrive in an artistic culture.

Most events will be shown during JAM on the Marsh and in our virtual gallery.

You are encouraged to submit a new or existing exhibition/event, or an idea for one.

We want to hear from you, to hear about your ideas and to have them as part of JAM on the Marsh.

The list of selected artists will be announced in January 2022.

Visual Arts include but not limited to:

Fine Art:
Applied Art:
We welcome original prints (linocut, etching, lithography, etc) however, we do not accept digital reproductions of original paintings/drawings. Digital/giclée prints of original photography and original digital compositions will be accepted.

Highlights from Previous Festivals

Pause.

London in Lockdown

Jan Enkelmann

Jan Enkelmann

Photographer

Stone Sculpture

Play Video

Sculpt the World

of Jon Foreman's Beach Art

Carsten Birkebaek

Carsten Birkebaek

Drone Photographer

Confessions of a Night Owl 8

Confessions of a Night Owl

Susan Pilcher

Susan Pilcher

Photographer

St Thomas à Beckett, Fairfield

Papercut Lightboxes

Between the Sea and the Sky 1

Between the Sea and the Sky

Tristan Fewings

Tristan Fewings

Editorial Photographer

This Was Once Seen

Live within the Scenery

Amos Miller

Amos Miller

Photographer

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