Fine Arts

"Sigil"

Call for Submissions: "Sigil" - Art, Magick, & Alchemy

Echo Park Art Gallery is thrilled to announce our upcoming juried group exhibition, "Sigil," exploring the themes of art, magick, and alchemy. We invite visual artists and sculptors from all backgrounds to submit their work for consideration.

Submission Details:

The Homiens Art Prize

The Homiens Art Prize: Free Entry

Deadline: 11:59 p.m. EDT Wednesday, July 31, 2024

The Homiens Art Prize is an international, non-acquisitive art prize that is free to enter, and open to all artists. All art forms, mediums, and completion dates are eligible. We consider all art forms and practices equal, and are excited to welcome artworks of all dimensions, on any theme.

Pearl Space : Critical Review Catalogue Publication & Online Exhibit

No application, registration, or publication fees. No fees. Up to six best in show artists will have their work published with a critical review in the Artist Feature Catalogue. Artists participating in the online exhibit will have two works of art on display and links to their website and social media. Artists keep 100% sales of their work.

You can apply for online exhibits by emailing us at curator@aedrafinearts.com.

How to apply:

Email your resume, 3 image samples, and artist website.

Artist Feature Catalogue articles are published on our website at 

https://www.aedrafinearts.com/artist-feature and on our Substack page at https://aedrafinearts.substack.com

OPEN CALL | Crossing Over: Women Artists, Abstraction, and Travel in Postwar Rome (1950s-1970s)

Thinking through the nature of individual artistic trajectories, as well as the geopolitical circumstances determining artistic production in Italy of the time, this symposium considers Rome as a transnational contact zone for abstract women artists in the decades following the Second World War, from the 1950s through the 1970s. For instance, the English painter Sandra Blow enrolled at the Accademia di Belle Arti as early as 1947, committing fully to abstract painting upon her return to the UK in 1950. Other women abstract artists who lived in Rome for various periods of time over the following decades include Mira Brtka and Milena Čubraković from former Yugoslavia, Gencay Kasapçi from Turkey, Marcia Hafif from the US, Bertina Lopes from Mozambique, and Carmengloria Morales from Chile.

Artmagazineium Issue: 40 / June 2024

Artmagazineium started out as a monthly printed and digital Art & Culture Magazine, founded by Artists and Magazine founders. Artmagazineium invites readers to create a new utopia with original content and High Culture Art. Our aim is to bring innovations and successful artists in the field of Contemporary Art together with all art lovers.

Artmagazineium showcases a mix of admirable artworks from around the world, New Contemporary Art and also emerging and distinguished artists.

Artmagazineium is internationally as Print Magazine and digital magazine and is distributed worldwide. Our magazine is put up for sale in cooperation with our Website, Social Media accounts and Galleries.

Join Artistic Hub: Showcase Your Art to a Global Audience

Artistic Hub Open Call

Showcase Your Art and Inspire the World

Artistic Hub, a Swiss online magazine dedicated to making art accessible and engaging for everyone, is thrilled to announce our latest open call for artists. We invite emerging and established artists to present their work through exclusive interviews that highlight their unique creative journeys.

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