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                                                                         READY TO ELEVATE YOUR ARTISTIC CAREER? 

 

Exhibit artwork in a virtual space

  • Our team of MFA and PhD curators will organize your works in a 360-degree virtual gallery space
  • Differentiate yourself from your competitors with how you present your work 
  • Gain valuable exhibition credits to increase industry recognition

 

Reach a global audience

  • Reach 3.9 billion consumers in an internet-connected audience
  • The Milostka Center for Exhibition receives thousands of monthly viewers globally
  • CAC has 800+ members in 100 countries across 6 continents
  • Create an innovation portfolio that will help you promote your product and expand your market reach to investors, collectors, galleries, partners, and more

 

Collaborate with a professional team

  • Our team of experts will help you create an engaging and immersive experience through artistic storytelling, narration, and making your art a personalized memorable event for viewers
  • 63% of people remember the story, which creates a 30% higher conversion rate from views to engagement

 

Solo Virtual Exhibition  exhibitions include:

  • Solo exhibition space in Milostka Center for Exhibitions (MCFE)
  • Social media launch 
  • 3D, 360-degree, multi-exhibition room gallery
  • Holds up to 10 works 
  • Professional curation
  • Works can be changed out once a month

 

Your  solo virtual exhibition will allow you to expand your consumer reach, future-forward innovation, and globalize your work in a premier international sphere. 

 

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ANTI-ART: The absence of Definition

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Anti-art is a loose term that is applied to artistic forms that question the existing accepted definition of art or questions art in general. Anti-artwork may criticize certain aspects of art or artistic standards overall. As the 2020s continue to challenge our values, change our ideals, and force us to think outside of the box. The Milostka Exhibition Center is curating an exhibit that showcases the absence of established artistic practices and historically celebrated aesthetics.

 

This is an open call for art and artists who challenge traditional or popular art forms. Artists who have been inspired by dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, lettrism, neodadism, and more. We are blurring the artistic modern boundaries with diverse forms of expression.

Deadline: 
25/January/2023

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$3 for students & $5 for regular artists. Free for Culturally Arts Collective members
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On the Rise: Art, Action and Climate Justice

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After decades of activism and multiple scientific studies that confirm the effects of climate change, we face now a global undeniable challenge to deal with the consequences of decades of environmental destruction.  Product of the impact of human actions on earth, climate change is a result of the increasing greenhouse gas emissions, the destruction of natural habitats, deforestation, pollution, animal agriculture, and contamination of soil and water. Drastically affecting life on earth, climate change will result in common floods, desertification,  the extinction of animal species, and also exacerbating the inequalities that already exist with the poverty of marginalized groups (such as indigenous communities around the world).

Elevating the power of art in climate justice, “On the Rise” it’s a platform to explore how we can collectively intervene on this subject. Therefore, considering contemporary art as a fundamental tool of communication to people, with the power to amplify emotions and generate thoughts and debates, this exhibition is developed to consider environmental solutions and let them inspire a collective attitude. Using art to inform, act and protest in this exhibition we aim to bring solutions to how collectively we can fight against climate change and environmental degradation. Perceiving art as a form of protest and catalyst for social change, “On the Rise” it’s an appeal for immediate action!

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Online Gallery Publication
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Get your work published in a 360-degree 3-D virtual art exhibition in Culturally Arts Collective's Milostka Center for Exhibitions. Get your work published in the exhibition's catalog, have an artist interview published on our site, and have your work exhibited in our spring benefit gala. With an audience in 76 countries, get your work seen and join a global community of arts advocates and gain access to exclusive professional development opportunities, education, and networking. 

Deadline: 
17/December/2022

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$3 for students & $5 for regular artists. Free for Culturally Arts Collective members
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International Art Project Art Axis 2021

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The project is open to artists who use a variety of techniques and approaches in performing creative work: painters, graphic artists, illustrators and more.

Anyone who is 5 years old can participate in the Project. There is no upper age limit. A degree in arts is not required to participate in the Project.

PROJECT GOAL

The main goal of the Project is to support and promote the creativity of artists of different genres and tendencies in the fine arts who are inspired by fairy tales, fables, myths, life experiences, etc. and, after expressing their thoughts, want to share them with the world.

TOPIC 2021: The eighth day of the week

PROJECT MISSION

To assist children deprived of parental care to realise themselves through the arts.

Deadline: 
25/May/2021

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PERSPEKTIV_A

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La Vienísima announces the first feminist photography contest PERSPEKTIV_A on the occasion of International Women's Day. An initiative that arises with the aim of giving visibility to women artists and photographers, promoting the achievement of a more just and egalitarian society, promoting feminist movements and stimulating the creativity of participating women. Why only Women? Because although at the international level we find a high number of active professional female photographers and it is a group with high education, training and specialization, there is an evident imbalance in visibility, as well as in access to the mechanisms of distribution, legitimation and commercialization of the artwork compared to male artists.

Prize Summary: 
100 euros / 50 euros
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Professional Jury Prize: 100 euros + Diplom

Public Jury Prize: 50 euros + Diplom

Deadline: 
27/February/2021
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Open Sculpture

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Deadline for Submissions: MAY 31, 2020, Duration: JULY 1 - NO DEADLINE , Application fee: FREE , Location: NO BORDERS

Artists are invited to propose up to 3 works that are relevant to the subject, sculpture and installations. Works must stand in nature or urban space.

OpenSculpture are discovering relations between open spaces, nature and human influence. Help us to build a network of sculptures with reminds of social relation and human influence to landscape.

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31/May/2020

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