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Ethnic Queen Magazine Free Online Modeling Contest

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Miss 2020 Ethnic Queen Magazine Model of the Year Print Modeling Casting Free Online Modeling Contest Worldwide for Indian models, Thai models, Asian models,  African American models, Desi models, East Indian models, Native American models, Pakistani models, African models, Black models, Pinay models, Latina models, Spanish models, Pacific Islander models, Bi-Racial models, Middle Eastern models, Muslim models, Arab models, Jewish Models, Portuguese models, Filipino models, Somali models, and beautiful aspiring ethnic female models that are serious about taking their modeling dreams to the next level.

 

The International Beauty Movement has created a strong and respectable presence in both the entertainment and fashion industry since 2012 with Ripping Runways Magazine the internationally known online aspiring female modeling magazine, Girl 9 Magazine For Men features the sexiest and most beautiful female lingerie and bikini models worldwide, Salon Savvy Magazine features the hottest and most creative hair stylists and makeup artists in the world, Project Couture Magazine features some of the most talented runway and print models worldwide, Ethnic Queen Magazine that is dedicated to all aspiring and professional ethnic models worldwide, and our Fashion Week Magazine is dedicated strictly to fashion week in New York and worldwide.

 

Are you an aspiring ethnic female model or professional female model ages 18-30 looking for a free magazine print modeling opportunity that gives you worldwide exposure and the opportunity to win a free $1,000 modeling photo shoot?

Are you serious about jump starting your modeling career or expanding your current modeling portfolio as a magazine print model and building your exposure on a worldwide modeling level that could open many doors for you in the fashion and entertainment industry?

Do you have the persistence, a great attitude, beautiful clear skin, and a beautiful face, a great physical fit body that gets a lot of attention and compliments in dress clothing, a bikini, or lingerie?

Would you like to apply for this Miss 2020 Ethnic Queen Magazine Print Model of the Year opportunity and a chance to win a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot that includes a free $1,000 professional photo portfolio to build your modeling portfolio, an exclusive magazine photo feature in one of our internationally known online magazines, and an opportunity to compete in the Philly Model Face Off Magazine Photo Shoot Event?

 

If you answered YES to one of the above questions, then this free magazine print modeling photo contest could be the one opportunity that takes your modeling career to the next level, as our magazines have done with so many other aspiring models and professional models that have been featured in one of our internationally known magazines.

 

IF YOU ARE READY TO SUBMIT YOUR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOS TO THIS FREE WORLDWIDE ETHNIC QUEEN MAGAZINE MODEL OF THE YEAR PRINT MODELING CONTEST, PLEASE READ ALL GUIDELINES VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS, BECAUSE ALL MODELS PHOTOS MUST MEET THE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES BELOW:

 

Miss 2020 Ethnic Queen Magazine Model of the Year Submission Guidelines:

To apply for the Miss 2020 Ethnic Queen Magazine Ethnic model of Year:

YOU MUST BE AN ETHNIC FEMALE AGES 18-30 ONLY

You must be an Indian model, Thai model, Asian model,  East Asian model, African American model, Desi model, East Indian model, Native American model, Pakistani model, African model, Black model, Pinay model, Latina model, Spanish model, Pacific Islander model, Bi-Racial model, Middle Eastern model, Muslim model, Arab model, Jewish Model, Portuguese model, Filipino model, or a Somali model you will need to submit a professionally written bio with your age, your city, state, or country, your height, weight, measurements, your email address, and phone number and submit 12 -20 recent professional full body high resolution photos in one of the following: formal dress clothing and heels, ethnic clothing or native clothing, upscale casual clothing and heels, swimsuit, or lingerie. (NO HEAD SHOT PHOTOS, NO PHOTOS IN JEANS OR SNEAKERS, NO CAMERA PHONE PHOTOS ALLOWED PLEASE).

Submit 12 -20 recent professional full body head to toe high resolution photos in one of the following: formal dress clothing and heels, ethnic clothing or native clothing, upscale casual clothing and heels, swimsuit, or lingerie, a bio with your age, height, weight, measurements, city & state, and phone number to: ethnicqueenmagazine@aol.com

NOTE: IF YOU HAVE LARGE PHOTO FILES OR  A LOT OF PHOTOS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT FOR REVIEW PLEASE Submit in JPEG FORMAT in a zip file through: http://wetransfer.com

 

NOTE: By submitting your photos to this magazine contest, you the model

grant reproduction rights (both print and digital) to the International Beauty Movement.

All winning models will be contacted by email and phone and all selected models will win a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot, a $1,000 modeling photo portfolio, an exclusive magazine photo feature in one of our internationally known modeling magazines, and all winning models will also win a chance to compete in the 2020 Philly Model Face Off magazine photo shoot in Philadelphia, PA in the Summer of 2020.

 

THESE PHOTO SUBMISSION GUIDELINES APPLY TO ALL CASTING CALLS

SO PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS

We do not accept photos that are older than 12 months, we do not accept less than 12 recent high resolution professional full body head to toe photos, we do not accept camera phone photos, we do not accept photos with more than one model in it, we do not accept photos posted on other websites or social media sites, we do not accept low resolution photos, we do not accept comp cards, we do not accept photos with writing on them, logos, or photographer signatures, and we do not accept personal photos or photos that are taken in your home, we don’t accept photos in jeans or sneakers, we don't accept head shot photos, we do not accept photos that are collages or have effects, we don’t accept photos that are on social media sites, or have borders added to them, so please do not submit none of the above photos for consideration.

Deadline: 
05/13/2019

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100 ILLUSTRATORS most attractive in the world Vol.2

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Japan Illustrators’ Association is making an annual collection of “100 ILLUSTRATORS most attractive in the world Vol.2”.

We are looking for an illustrator to appear in this collection.

This book will be sold worldwide, and the contact information will also be posted in this book, so this will be the powerful PR tool for them.

The application is free of charge, but you will be charged 18,000 yen as a publication fee only if the publication is decided.

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Winners can post their works on one page.

Deadline: 
12/31/2019

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Hippospit blog

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Hippospit is a travel blog, created by a creative person who has been on the road for two years.

Currently, hippospit is accepting submissions from artists, writers, and other creatives who have something to say about the places they’ve been.

To be considered for publication, please send a jpeg, google doc, or pdf of your completed piece. The more artistic, unique, and insightful, the better. I don’t care where you’ve been - you can submit a comic about a night you spent in a Motel 6 while driving across Iowa to visit your aunt - so long as it’s unique and well-executed.

Also, you must have a PayPal account to be compensated for your work. Hippospit pays between $15-35 per accepted submission, depending on the complexity of the work.

Thank you, and I look forward to seeing your work!

Deadline: 
10/14/2020

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Call for Artists - Wotisart #33 (December 2019)

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Wotisart is a portfolio magazine. Our goal is to allow unknown artists an avenue to show their work and gain some recognition in the industry and also to answer the question... What is art? We are now taking entries for the December issue of Wotisart?

Deadline: 
11/28/2019

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Free
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MiXER 2020 - collaboration based residency

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FOSTERING CREATIVE BOLDNESS, RISK AND INNOVATION

DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH COURAGE TO COLLABORATE?

MiXER is a cross-disciplinary collaborative “playground” / experiment where artists from different art-forms and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to engage, share methodologies and inspire each other. With the task of working together artists are given the opportunity to regenerate their creative dynamism, exchange and develop new ideas. Experiment with no fear of failure and thus assess their own artistic processes – learning valuable insights from other art forms.

WHY MiXER?

MiXER is a independent and flexible 3 weeks programme with a structured outcome. The selected artists from diverse artistic disciplines are paired up to work collaboratively on a new body of work. Furthermore their task is to assemble an ARTISTS’ BOOK covering the leading aspects of their collaboration.

Participants enjoy a dynamic and vibrant period of work in which they have a studio at their disposal in order to complete their set collaborative project.

- The residency ends with a PUBLIC PRESENTATION of the completed project.

- The designed ARTIST’S BOOK is published, 

- The copies of the published book remain to the participating artists.

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS:

- (meet & greet) artist talk 

- a critique evening : an opportunity for artists to present their ongoing / in progress / work and get a firs handed respond from the public as well as invited art professionals.

 

Deadline: 
09/15/2019
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FROM KEEPER TO MAKER: BRITISH CURATORIAL PRACTICES

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CALL FOR PAPERS FOR A SESSION IN THE AAH 2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

(Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1-3 April 2020)

Scholarly research is giving growing importance to curatorial practices. Publications such as the Museum History Journal (8:1, 2015) have discussed how, since the mid-to-late 19th century, curators worldwide have adapted from the scholarly and administrative art expert archetype (George, 2015) to one that ‘possesses an authorial/artistic function’ (O’Neill, 2012), in which the ‘making’ takes centre stage (Acord, 2010). Have British curators followed the same evolution or are there distinctive characteristics that set British curators apart from their colleagues abroad? This panel aims to cover a gap in curatorial research by discussing the history of curators in Britain, reflecting on how they have engaged with their economic, political, and professional contexts since Victorian times (Black, 2000). It will analyse the role of professional associations such as the UK Museums Association (1889) as a forum for exchanging ideas and practice, the emergence of training programmes in the mid-20th century, the creation of the first HE curatorial course in the Royal College of Art (1992) and the potential professional challenges of a post-Brexit scenario.

We invite papers on the following possible topics:

  • distinctiveness of British curatorial practices
  • peculiarity of British curators’ training in different periods and its impact upon practice
  • isolation and connection in the relations with foreign artists, institutions, colleagues, critics, connoisseurs, private collectors, commercial art galleries and public powers
  • internationalism and Britishness in curatorial discourses
  • class and gender inclusion in the profession compared to other countries
  • the impact of curation on the art market and art education in the UK and abroad.

Submit a paper

  • Please email your paper proposals direct to the session convenors, using the Paper Proposal Form
  • You need to provide a title and abstract (250 words maximum) for a 25-minute paper (unless otherwise specified), your name and institutional affiliation (if any).
  • Please make sure the title is concise and reflects the contents of the paper because the title is what appears online, in social media and in the printed programme.
  • You should receive an acknowledgement receipt of your submission within two weeks from the session convenors.
  • Deadline for submissions: Monday 21 October 2019
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10/21/2019

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