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Art Exhibition | Enter Now

It’s that time of year again when we start to look forward to our Jam and Ham Festival in Carluke. This is a special year – it’s the 10th Anniversary of Jam and Ham and we want it to be bigger and better than ever. This is an open exhibition with no theme in mind – just original work  – but you might want to think about our 10th – Tin anniversary!

The Jam and Ham Art Exhibition will run from Friday 15th to Saturday 30th September with a Private Viewing evening on Thursday 14th September. It will be in the ONESpace Community Hub at 76 High Street Carluke.

Share details of your artwork here. You can submit up to three entries. When you are done, click ‘submit’ (at the bottom of the page).

If you have any issues, please view our terms and conditions or contact: or hand in to the ONESPACE Community Hub at 76 High Street, Carluke.

You can also download our entry form PDF

Entry 1

Entry 2

Entry 3

Terms & Conditions of Entry


  • Handing in will be from Monday 11th to Wednesday 13th September from 10am – 4pm and on the Wednesday evening from 6-8pm

  • All 2D pieces must be framed or presented to a normally acceptable standard and should have D-rings and cord or wire (preferably cord) attached approx a third of the way down the back of the work. 

  • A label should be stuck to the back of each work with Title, Medium, Artist’s Name and Price.

  • An Entry form must be completed with your name, email address, telephone number and a list of the pieces you will be exhibiting. If you cannot print the form there will be some available to pick up in the ONESPACE office.

  • (Unframed Work – We are hoping to exhibit additional work and artists may wish to enter additional unframed pieces. Work should be protected in cellophane and can be prints, drawings or mounted original paintings on paper.)

  • Unsold work to be collected between 4pm and 5pm on Saturday 30th September.

  • Whilst all due care and attention will be taken by the organisers in handling all work, it is submitted at the artist’s own risk and it is the artist’s responsibility to have appropriate loss or damage insurance. 

  • Any sales will attract 10% commission which will be used for packaging etc., any surplus monies from the commissions will be donated to a charity.