Liverpool Art Fair is being expanded from four days to more than two months this summer - and there is still time to enter.
Any artist living within a 35-mile radius of the city is eligible for this year's event, which will see work on show at the Pier Head Village on the waterfront.
But you only have until this Sunday, May 14, to make a submission which will go before a judging panel that this year includes former Island Records manager Marc Marot.
He said: "I find how artists express their work in many forms completely exciting, I jumped at the opportunity to work with Lucy Byrne and the team at Liverpool Art Fair and I can’t wait to see the variety of work we can display."
Liverpool Art Fair has been held annually since 2012, but for only four days each year. Now for 2017 it will run from June 30 to September 10 in a specially-built gallery at the Pier Head Village attraction.
Entry is £3 per piece and artists should complete an online submission form HERE.