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Call for Writers - ArtistsofMeraki

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ArtistsofMeraki is a new contemporary online publication showcasing arts in the form of interviews, spotlights and a quarerly magazine. We are giving the opportunity to upcoming or freelance writers that would like to feature articles on our online publication. 

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09/23/2020

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

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Chambre Fluide Magazine is a newly launched online platform focusing on Art, Graphic Design, Fashion and Architecture founded in April 2020. 

The online Journal is run by a group of creatives working in different areas with a shared passion for artistic practices and visual culture.

We thought of this digital space like an imaginary room - hence the name of the magazine - that, little by little, is being filled with pieces we find relevant, curious and intriguing. 

We are looking for creatives all across the visual practices such as contemporary art, fashion, cinema, photography and design and more.

We would like to invite you to submit your work and to let us know more about your background, research, your main interests.

The purpose of Chambre Fluide at this initial phase is to promote emerging artists and so once the submission are in, we'll take the time to review all of them. 

 

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08/30/2020

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Splendor Buttons Zine ISSUE NO. 2 ⚡️ OPEN CALL ⚡️A Zine In Solidarity

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Splendor Buttons is a zine where social justice and fashion intersect. 

Our premier issue, The “What Just Happened?” Issue, discussed how Social Distancing and Covid-19 exposed many pre-existing conditions in our society regarding luxury, privilege, class, and race. 

Since Issue No. 1 was released, we have seen and learned of the deaths of George Floyd, Amaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and many others. All of these deaths have taken place in the background of Covid-19, a pandemic where Black Americans have been disproportionately impacted. 

For Issue No. 2 — and forevermore — we are committed to standing in solidarity with Black lives, not only in the artist communities we are a part of, but in the world. 

This issue is to honor those who have suffered and lost their lives to systemic racism (overt and non-overt), police brutality, white supremacy, and racial injustice. 

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We encourage EVERYONE to contribute. 

We understand most people are out protesting and organizing or are simply just drained, which is why we want you to know this is low stakes. 

Your submission can be something you jotted down while at a protest, a text message exchange you had with a friend, and it can also be a piece of writing you spent a long time on, or a painting that took you weeks. 

Contribute anything you have made, past or present, that you are proud of and want to share. 

BIPOC, your voices are powerful. We especially want to hear from you. We are dedicated to listening to your stories, and 

supporting and amplifying your voices. 

Non-POC and White people, we want to hear your voices in solidarity. We are all learning a lot right now, and more importantly, learning how much we don’t know. And that’s okay. Now is the time to soul search. We want to hear what you have learned and what you are dedicated to doing as an ally . 

People based or from outside the US, America’s racism problem does not take place in a vacuum. Your voices and experiences tell the larger story, as racism and anti-blackness is global. *Nods to World Map* 

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WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

drawings! photographs! paintings! poems! collages! scans! doodles! screenshots! bold short statements! long-form articles! journal entries! iPhone notes! maps! definitions! lists! selfies! newspaper clippings! memes! graphs/diagrams/infographics/charts! collages! recipes! quotes! anything!  imagine! re-imagine! experiment! create!

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06/30/2020

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Artness Contemporary Art Magazine Cover Contest

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“Artness Contemporary Art Magazine” proudly announced : We are currently accepting submissions for Cover Contest. The theme is for this issue : ”HOPE INCLUSION”. Monthly publication created to showcase the art and artists from all around the world. A call for submissions is on NOW!

We are accepting all kind of art (drawing, painting, comics, doodles, poetry, photography, short stories, or interview) we will publish it! Send your original works to hello@artnesscontemporary.com with the title 'Cover Contest Submission'.
Submission Fee: €20

Submission fees are non-refundable and please send application fee through Paypal : (artnesscontemporary@gmail.com) or we acccept to Bank transfer or Transferwise. (This charge accepted for supporting artists with mental health issues also!)​
We look forward to seeing your artwork!

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Publishing Art on Cover
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We are accepting all kind of art (drawing, painting, comics, doodles, poetry, photography, short stories, or interview) we will publish your art on COVER !

Deadline: 
06/29/2020

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Open Call for Submissions: House Letters Issue 2

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House Letters is a new independent and interdisciplinary online publication that engages with the uncertain times caused by COVID-19. We are looking for contributions exploring the theme ‘Absence and Presence’ for Issue 2. Contributors are welcome to interpret the theme as they wish and image-based and text-based work (taking any format) will be considered.

Successful submissions will be experimental and critically engaged, relating to the historical moment we are living through.

BAME applicants are particularly encouraged to submit and their work will be prioritised.

Deadline: Monday 22 June 2020. Submissions will be reviewed after this date.

Issue 1 available here: 
https://issuu.com/houseletters/docs/house_letters_near_and_far_may_2020

Deadline: 
06/22/2020

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My Beautiful Foot

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Hello, fellow creatives! My name is Nora Novak and I’m a video editor by day and DIY filmmaker, writer, and artist by night. I’ve recently completed a passion project, the writing of a short story called “Beautiful Foot" that I’m ready to turn into a picture book! After exploring avenues of publication, I’ve decided to self-publish. While I love art and have a few of my own skills, the idea of illustrating an entire book does not bring me joy. What WOULD bring me joy is to collaborate with other artists to help bring the story to life. 

I’m looking for around 20 artists to illustrate one scene each, with all collaborators receiving credit in the book. Since I’m just one person and not independently wealthy, my desire is to find artists willing to donate their work. However, I understand the value of time, energy, and talent, so I’ve scraped together a budget that would allow me to pay a modest $50 flat fee per artist. Whether you choose to donate your work or to accept the commission, my biggest hope is that the story speaks to you and inspires you in some way.

“Beautiful Foot” is a fable about an innocent foot who is plucked from the countryside and whisked to the city to become a star and the tragic consequences that follow. I wrote it for adults, but I’ve been told it can serve as a children’s book. (I say it depends on the child, as the theme is a bit dark. But you may judge for yourself.)

I’m accepting submissions through June 25, 2020. Please send me your online portfolio or photos of your pieces along with a short statement about yourself and what draws you to this project. You don’t have to be an established artist or even very experienced. I just want to know a little about you, your aesthetic, and that you can deliver high-quality digital files of your finished work. There is no limit to what media you use; paint, ink, digital, collage, diorama, whatever—they’re all exciting to me.

If you are selected, I’ll send you the story and indicate which scene I’d like you to illustrate along with applicable specs and requirements. You will have four weeks to complete your artwork and will be paid upon delivery (unless, of course, you choose to donate).

Thanks so much for reading. I’m very excited about sharing my story and your art with the world and I look forward to seeing your submissions!

 

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06/25/2020

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