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“Art on Climate” International Illustration Competition

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Organised by Fingertips Company Limited and sponsored by Allianz Global Investors (AllianzGI), “Art on Climate” is an international illustration competition held right across the world that aims to bring greater visibility to the issue of action against climate change.

The competition was first launched in Spain in 2019, and extended its footprint to the Asia-Pacific region in 2021, attracting over 1,300 artworks from more than 1,000 illustrators. In 2022, the competition’s footprint has been expanded to cover more regions, including various European countries, the US and more countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The competition provides a platform for illustrators and students to showcase their talents and skills.

Prize summary: 
Win a cash prize up to Euro 2,000
Prizes Details: 

Total cash awards of EUR 12,000:

Champion (one): e-certificate and prize of EUR 2,000

1st runner-up (one): e-certificate and prize of EUR 1,500

2nd runner-up (one): e-certificate and prize of EUR 1,000

Merit (fifty): e-certificate and prize of EUR 150

Deadline: 
19/August/2022

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Call For Women and Non-Binary Artists: International Print Issue #34 and Prize Curated by Pegah Kargar, founder of Repaint History

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We are excited to partner with Repaint History and present an open call for women and non-binary artists to be featured in issue #34. 

In addition, we will be giving out three awards to artists selected by our curator. 

Prizes:

1st place: $1000

2nd place: $500

3rd place: $250

Get featured on the beautiful pages of our international print publication for artists. Have your work seen by our 200,000+ readers and followers around the world, including leading galleries, art fairs, collectors, curators, writers, art consultants, and more. Create! Magazine has been publishing magazines and celebrating the art community since 2013.‍

For this print edition, we are thrilled to partner with Pegah Kargar, founder of Repaint History. Please submit your work for consideration to be included in issue #34 and on our website + social media and a chance to win one of the prizes. 

 

‍Deadline: July 31, 2022

Guest Curator: Pegah Kargar, founder of Repaint History

Pegah Kargar is the founder of Repaint History, a leading organization founded in 2018 to tackle the existing gender gap in the art world and advance the career of contemporary women and non-binary artists by focusing on providing access to resources & services, funding and community as well as working directly with museums and galleries globally to increase the representation of women artists in the art market. She has been highlighted and profiled as a key advocate for female artists and has championed their work to be acquired and/or represented by museums and galleries across the world. In partnership with 8 other leading organizations she has launched the Fair Art 2030 initiative, a pledge project for museums and galleries to address gender equality and race representation by 2030 in keeping with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG’). In partnership with ArtGirlRising she is currently working on launching Weekly Rise, a platform to connect women & non-binary artists with opportunities in the art world. 

Eligibility and Requirements

‍ELIGIBILITY: Women, non-binary, and femme artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation, and more. A university degree is not required to participate in our open call. 

‍SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: 3+ jpeg images of individual artworks, a text document with a bio and artist statement, website or social media link, and your email address. Please see our form on Submittable below for full details. 

‍SUBMISSION FEE: $35 for 3 images of individual artworks (non-refundable*) 

*Fees go towards supporting our art community and helping provide opportunities for artists. 

 

‍SELECTED ARTISTS: If your work is selected by our guest juror, you will receive a custom-designed two-page spread in both the print and digital versions of the magazine that will include your artist biography, website, and two images. Published artists will be sent a complimentary digital issue and will be listed as a participating artist in your issue on both our website and social media. We also promote artists individually via the blog and social media posts. All featured artists will automatically be considered for any upcoming curatorial projects, not limited to art fairs, exhibitions, and gallery projects organized by our team. 

 

All artists will be notified of the final decision by September 30, 2022. If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time. All selected work will be included in the print issue in the fall issue of 2022, dates TBA. Artists will have an opportunity to review their spread and make edits if necessary before print.

WHERE TO FIND: Print copies of Create! Magazine are available in our online shop and at several locations in London, New York, Seattle and more. 

https://www.createmagazine.com/call-for-art

https://createmagazine.submittable.com/submit

Prize summary: 
Up to $1750 in prizes
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1st place: $1000

2nd place: $500

3rd place: $250

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International/Online
Deadline: 
31/July/2022

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35
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“Beautiful World” Digital Art Contest

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Pixarra is announcing a call for artists for a new digital art contest under the theme of “Beautiful Word”. Submission is free of charge and is not limited in the number of entries. 2D and 3D artists from around the world are invited to show their art.

All submissions must be digital paintings created with illustration software and the participants must have the full copyrights on them. Traditional art, photographies, photo manipulations, collages and animation are not accepted.

Participants can submit their entries at http://www.pixarra.com/competition between June 25, and July 21, 2022.

The winners will be selected by a jury and will be announced on July 24, 2022. The evaluation  criteria will be: quality, technique and thematic relevance.

The prizes consist of illustration software by Pixarra, as follows:

First Place: TwistedBrush Pro Studio 25

Second Place: Pixarra Studio Bundle 4 

Third Place: Pixarra Studio Product  (Paint Studio, Tree Studio, Blob Studio, Liquid Studio, Luminance Studio, Pixel Studio or Selfie Studio) by choice.

For more information, please visit the Contest Rules page www.pixarra.com/rules or contact us at support@pixarra.com.

Deadline: 
21/July/2022

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Call to Artists: Collage & Illustration – The Awakening

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A four-week, virtual/online residency with Kolaj Institute in October 2022
Deadline to apply: Sunday, August 28, 2022

During this project-driven residency, artists will collectively produce a series of collages that illustrate Kate Chopin’s 1899 novel, The Awakening. As a group, artists will analyze the story, discuss themes, uncover symbols, ask questions, and visually interpret the text for a 21st century audience. 

The Awakening focuses on Edna Pontellier, an upper-class New Orleans woman, torn between expectations and desires. In the beginning of the novel Edna appears to live in a semi-conscious state, trapped in the mundane aspects of her life. As the story evolves, she encounters new people and experiences that create an awakening shift within her. Edna begins to view her world differently, and through this lens new relationships emerge while others become strained. In the end, Edna realizes that even if she has her own desires she is still trapped by her societal role.

The Awakening touches on 19th century feminist, identity, and societal themes that are still relevant today, such as;  What does it mean to be a woman? What are the expectations that society puts upon women? Are we bound to what we are born into? What does it mean to transform? What does patriarchy look like in 2022? 

Nancy Bernardo will lead the residency, facilitating the discussion of Chopin’s book. and speak about collage as illustration and how collage artists can engage with the marketplace for illustration. Christopher Kurts will serve as art director for this project and facilitate the collaboration. Heather Ryan Kelley will speak about “The Midden Heap Project” in which she made a collage response to each page of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake. Wylie Garcia will lead a discussion on the symbology and foreshadowing present in the book. 

Working digitally will be integral to the collaborative process but will not be a prerequisite for acceptance into the residency. We will speak about strategies for adapting your analog process to working digitally as well as what free and available resources exist. We also ask that artists who are already capable of using digital tools for collage support the artists who are learning new skills during the residency. For artists who plan to work with a hybrid analog/digital process, access to a scanner is invaluable.

RESIDENCY LOGISTICS

Dates: October 1 – November 2, 2022

SESSION DATES
Sunday, October 2nd, 1-2PM EST
Wednesday, October 5th, 4-6PM EST 
Wednesday, October 12th, 4-6PM EST
Wednesday, October 19th, 4-6PM EST
Wednesday, October 26th, 4-6PM EST

The residency will begin with an invitation to join the Slack workspace on Saturday, October 1st, followed by a one hour, online Meet & Greet on Sunday, October 2nd, 1-2PM EST. 

The Introduction and Orientation session will take place on Wednesday, October 5th, 4-6PM EST. 

Two sessions with guest speakers are scheduled for Wednesday, October 12th, and Wednesday, October 19th from 4-6PM EST. 

The final session will take place on Wednesday, October 26th, 4-6PM EST. The final deadline to complete the illustrations will be Wednesday, November 2nd. 

Artists are expected to attend all scheduled sessions and complete assignments. The group will individually and collectively produce a series of collage illustrations. By participation in the residency, artists grant Kolaj Institute, Kolaj Magazine, and Maison Kasini permission to publish the images in book form and in the promotion of the project and book. Any original work made during the residency remains the property of the individual artists with all rights retained.

Deadline: 
28/August/2022
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Call to Artists: Collage in Practice Workshop

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A three-week, virtual/online workshop with Kolaj Institute in July & August 2022
Deadline to apply: Sunday, July 17, 2022

The practice of collage takes on many forms. A practice will be shaped by the goals of the artist and what they want to achieve with their artwork. It will also be informed by the choice of material, scale, and subject matter. A collage practice is also informed by the history of artists who came before and how an artist chooses to be in dialogue or opposition with their creative ancestors. A working understanding of one’s practice is critical to one’s professional and artistic development.

Intended as a clinic for working artists at any level, participants in this workshop will explore how they go about making art and putting it out into the world. How to make a living as an artist? How to get your work seen? How to get an exhibition? How to get reviewed? How to make a life for yourself as an artist? What does that even mean? These are some of the challenges artists face when they want to take their art practice to the next level. 

Participants will explore critical concepts and collage taxonomies as a way to develop and refine the language they use to talk about their own practice and to develop a broad view of the creative landscape in which they operate. How does choice of material inform how the artwork is exhibited? How does one speak about their process so that it is understood by other art professionals and the general public? How can one use art history to create a critical context for one’s artwork?

Participants will finish the workshop with a deeper understanding of their practice, a strong statement of practice that can be used to communicate with curators, editors, and art professionals; a portfolio of consistent artwork (or a plan to make one); and tools for growing or developing their practice.

WORKSHOP LOGISTICS

Dates: July 25 – August  14, 2022

SESSION DATES
Tuesday, July 26, 4-5PM EDT
Wednesday, July 27, 4-6PM EDT
Tuesday, August 2, 4-6PM EDT
Wednesday, August 3, 4-6PM EDT
Wednesday, August 10, 4-6PM EDT

The workshop will begin with an invitation to join the Slack workspace on Monday, July 25th, followed by a one hour, online Meet & Greet on Tuesday, July 26th, 4-5PM EDT. 

The Introduction and Orientation session will take place on Wednesday, July 27th, 4-6PM EDT. 

The remaining sessions will take place on August 2nd, 3rd, and 10th, from 4-6PM EDT. 

The Slack workspace will be turned off on August 14th and any future communication will be through email. 

Artists are expected to attend all scheduled sessions and complete assignments. The group will finish the workshop with a strong statement of practice that can be used to communicate with curators, editors, and art professionals and a portfolio of consistent artwork (or a plan to make one). By participation in the workshop, artists grant Kolaj Institute, Kolaj Magazine, and Maison Kasini permission to publish images and text generated during the workshop in book form and in the promotion of future projects and books. Any original work made during the workshop remains the property of the individual artists with all rights retained.

Deadline: 
17/July/2022
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Portrait Art Contest

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Artist Space Gallery announces their 1st online Portrait Art Competition for the month of July 2022. Artists from around the world are encouraged to submit their best works related to the Portrait theme. A portrait may feature one person or a group of people, or it may be a self-portrait. All forms of visual art are acceptable (painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital, fiber art, collage, and installation), except sound and video art. The jury will select award winners in the following art categories: painting, photography, sculpture. All selected artists will receive a digital award certificate. The Best of Show will be displayed on the poster of the exhibition. Entry fee: $20 for two pieces of artwork. Deadline: July 13, 2022. 

Prize Summary: 
All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate.
Prizes Details: 

The jury will select award winners in the following art categories: painting, photography, sculpture. A digital certificate will be awarded to all selected artists. We will archive each Group Art Exhibition on our website within our gallery archives section.

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online
Deadline: 
13/July/2022

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Fee Detail: 
$15
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