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Pigeon Review is seeking fine art submissions for publication to our online art and literary review. From a cluttered room or a cup of coffee to an inquisitive face, we like art that tells a story.  Pigeon Review is currently accepting work in the genres of portrait/figure, nature/landscape/plein air, still life, and narrative realism. Mediums that we accept are traditional paintings, digital paintings, illustrations, photography, and sculpture. Please see our full submission guidelines on pigeonreview.com before submitting. 

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10/31/2021

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Autumn 2021 | Juried for Virtual Exhibition

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Open to all artists 18 years and older for our annual "Autumn Themed" Visual Arts Competition. Artist please submit current artwork created in the last 5 years. The theme for this event is "Autumn", autumn inspired artwork, autumn landscapes, autumn colors, pumpkins, halloween, Día de Muertos and/or art that is inspired by fall colors including abstract work. All traditional mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, pastel, fiber & mixed media, digital art, photography and sculpture. Up to two art pieces allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once.

​For our competitions your work does not have to be for sale!  We promote your work and if there are any inquiries about your work we refer the client to you, we do not take any commission.

Our #1 priority is to promote artist's work!  Our team has a combined background of 30+ years in the art industry as artists, leaders, marketing specialists, sales consultants and art promoters.  You will not be disappointed with our detail and professionalism.  Our exhibitions are about you, the artist!

Prize summary: 
Win Cash, Social and Art Media Promotion + much more!
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Prizes include:
Best in Show Platinum Award
Gold Award of Excellence
Sliver Awards - up to 12
Bronze Awards - based on number of entries

Cash award goes to the top two award recipients! Best in Show receives main page slider promotion at CB, blog post at Top Art Awards, news story Art Base, digital art registration at ArtChain.Info & entry into CB’s Artwork of the Year Award. + Top 14 YouTube video. All award recipients receive 3-month online group exhibition of their work, international social media exposure, Art Week and Art Base international news publications, e-blast announcement to international buyers, friends and artists + official award certificate.

Deadline: 
11/07/2021

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$19 for two artworks
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Open Call for Submissions to Marvelous Art Magazine November Issue No : 19

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Marvelous Art Magazine is now accepting art and writing submissions for our November(19th Issue) from October 14th, until November 13th 2021. It will be published on our website on November 15th. And we will promote all participation artists on Instagram and our Website for one month. This Issue asks writers and artists to create works that examine their Artworks.

You can see our September Issue from here :

http://marvelousartgallery.com/#marvelous_art_magazine_0_169890

Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, writing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, mixed media, digital, film (only jpg + link to video) etc. All visual art mediums are welcome.

Visual Art Guidelines :

We will accept art in JPEG, PNG or TIFF formats.

Written Guidelines :

We accept submissions in DOC, DOCX, and RTF formats.

For poetry, up to four poems, one per page.

Deadline: 
11/13/2021

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Derwent Art Prize 2022 - Now Calling for Entries

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Created in 2012 by Derwent, the fine art brand internationally renowned for its high-quality pencils, the Derwent Art Prize rewards excellence in contemporary graphic art. 

The Prize invites artists to submit the very best 2D and 3D artworks created in any pencil, including colour, water soluble, pastel, graphite and charcoal pencils.

Approximately 80 artworks will be selected for a show at gallery@oxo in London from 24th February to 6th March 2022.

Prizes totalling over £12,500 will be awarded in a private awards ceremony on the opening night of the exhibition.

Key Dates

Tuesday 4 January 2022: Deadline for entries

Monday 17 January 2022: Artists notified of selectors’ decision

Wednesday 23 February 2022: Private View and Announcement of the Winners

Thursday 24 February 2022: Exhibition opens to the public at gallery@oxo

Sunday 6 March 2022: Exhibition closes

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First Prize: £4,000 plus a year’s supply of Derwent products

Second Prize: £2,000

Young Artist First Prize (for artists under 25 years): £4,000 

Young Artist Second Prize (for artists under 25 years): £2,000

People’s Choice Award: £500

Deadline: 
01/04/2022

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£15 for the first work and £5 for each subsequent work. For artists aged 25 or younger: £5 for each work.
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Call for Artists: ‘COP26: Together For Our Planet’

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This project is a collaboration between Occhi Arts and Entertainment, a London and New York-based arts, PR & media platform based in London and New York, and Phoenix FTA Limited, a UK-based sustainability strategy consultancy. Inspired by the UK Creative Earth Competition, Occhi Arts and Entertainment and Phoenix FTA Limited are now opening the opportunity to young artists from around the world to creatively engage with key topics of concern at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow. This initiative provides a wider audience of young artists with a renewed opportunity to visually express their views to world leaders and community stakeholders by producing 2D artwork (drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography) that supports at least one of the following themes:

1. Protect What You Love

Climate Change is giving rise to more frequent wildfires, longer periods of drought in some regions, and an increase in the number, duration, and intensity of tropical storms. Glaciers are shrinking, plant and animal ranges are shifting or go extinct. Humans could save thousands of species from extinction if they act. ‘Protect What You Love’ encourages participants to express their concerns, highlighting what their hold dearly and want to protect from the effects of climate change.

2. A future beyond neoliberal capitalism?

With our societies forced into a truly deranged economic paradigm, one that landed us amid a terrifying climate emergency, it’s hard to imagine that the future of our human species lies beyond the patent immorality of neoliberal capitalism. A completely new system that puts equity and justice at its core is required. Young artists are invited to creatively express their interpretation of a “post-ecopathic” economic system via the mediums of drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography.

Our Objective

Our objective is to foster and establish an inclusive young artists’ community that feels empowered to engage with global climate change politics by using their creativity, expressing their democratic voice, and participating in this vitally important discourse. We believe the project will help build a noteworthy platform to establish intergenerational collaboration with key stakeholders by raising awareness of COP26 and serve a cross-sectional analysis that will allow deeper insights into how Generations Z and Alpha perceive the severity of climate change. It fosters political engagement, participation in the democratic process, and voices intergenerational concerns.

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A final selection of works will be featured online and in a publication, to be produced after and in response to COP26 key outcomes. The featured artists and artworks will be announced approximately two weeks after the official deadline to ensure that our guest curators and editorial team give their full attention to each applicant’s work. Further updates and additional information will be posted on occhicontemporary.art and occhimagazine.com.

Deadline: 
11/12/2021

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WHITE INTERVAL

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‘WHITE INTERVAL’ is Mi-Sul’s upcoming online exhibition curated by Aishwarya Kulkarni.

‘WHITE INTERVAL’ outlines ‘BLANK TIME’. The ‘time’ every artist spends in etching the history of art world. The time spent creating and implementing thoughts & emotions on a ‘blank’ space that holds their journey as an artist. WHITE is also a space that awaits for these artists and their masterpieces.

We invite all global artists both upcoming and established to get involved in this exhibition by not only sharing your works, but your journey, experiences and story of a person that you are today.

 

About 'Mi-Sul', created on February 28, 2021

Mi-Sul means art in Hangul, 미술. The pronunciation of this word left a huge impression on me, which inspired me to name it after the website. The reason behind establishing “Mi-Sul” was to create a space to talk about different views on art. Certainly, art can be perceived in many ways, but to put various perceptions out in words was a thoughtful decision. Some of the topics of writings include reviews on exhibitions, art books & articles, art news that blew up the world, art movements, artists, and still growing. This is also an open space that welcomes discussions and new ideas which will never forget to credit your name. A recent upgrade to this website was to publish online exhibitions. Although this website does not have huge visitor traffic yet, I am sure the viewers will be very interested to look at your amazing works.

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10/30/2021

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