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2020 Girl 9 Magazine Miami Model Face Off Model Casting Calls

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2020 Girl 9 Magazine Miami Model Face Off Magazine Photo Shoot Model Casting Calls

2020 Girl 9 Magazine Miami Bikini Model Face Off

 

Free Magazine Photo Shoot Casting Call for Bikini Models and Lingerie Models Ages 18-30 in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama

 

Girl 9 Magazine Print Model Casting Call for Lingerie Models, Bikini Models, Swimsuit Models, Eye Candy Models, Fitness Models, Artistic Nude Models, Pinup Models, Boudoir Models, Cam Models, Erotic Models, Inked Models, and aspiring models in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama with beautiful faces and great bodies that look good in lingerie or swimwear for this Exclusive Invitation Only 2020 Girl 9 Magazine  Free $1,000 Magazine Photo Shoot that will be taking place in Miami, Florida in the Spring of 2020.

 

All Models must submit 8-10 full body head to toe professional high resolution photos to this magazine casting call and all models submitting photos will also be considered for a model feature in the next issue of Girl 9 Magazine, and all models that are selected for this exclusive Girl 9 Magazine photo shoot in Miami, Florida will receive a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot, a free $1,000 professional photo portfolio to build your modeling portfolio, and an exclusive magazine photo feature in Girl 9 Magazine.

 

Are you a beautiful female aspiring model or professional female model ages 18-30 that is 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?

 

If you are a Beautiful Aspiring Female Models ages 18-30, looking for the perfect opportunity to give your modeling career a jump start into the magazine print industry, build your modeling photo portfolio, and increase your opportunities of getting paid work as a model, then we would like to give you the opportunity to submit your photos for a chance to participate in this free $1,000 Girl 9 Magazine photo shoot in Miami, Florida in the Spring 2020.

 

Would you like to receive a free $1,000 bikini or lingerie magazine photo shoot, a free $1,000 professional modeling photo portfolio, a free magazine feature in Girl 9 Magazine, and compete with other beautiful models in the 2020 Girl 9 Magazine Miami Model Face Off Exclusive Print Model Magazine Photo Shoot in Miami, FL in Spring 2020?

 

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

 

NOTE: All female models submitting photos to the free Girl 9 Magazine bikini and lingerie photo shoot in Miami, should have natural beauty without lots of makeup or hair weave, great skin, great attitude, a great fit body for your height, a great working attitude, look great in lingerie or bikini wear, and look great in photos.

 

Girl 9 Magazine Bikini and Lingerie Model Submission Guidelines:

Please submit 8-10 professional high resolution recent full body head to toe photos in lingerie, bikini, or creative nude only, that are no older than 12 months (Submit only professional photos in lingerie, bikini, or creative nude please)

Submit 8-10 full body head to toe photos in bikini, lingerie, or creative nude that are no older than 12 months and a bio with your age, height, weight, measurements, city, state you and phone number.

 

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

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

 

THESE PHOTO SUBMISSION GUIDELINES APPLY TO THIS CASTING CALL

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 8-10 recent high resolution professional full body head to toe photos in lingerie, bikini, or creative nude, we do not accept camera phone photos, we do not accept photos with more than one model in it, 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 non professional 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, or have borders added to them, so please do not submit none of the above photos for consideration.

 

 

Prizes: 

Free $1,000 bikini or lingerie magazine photo shoot, a free $1,000 professional modeling photo portfolio, a free magazine feature in Girl 9 Magazine, and compete with other beautiful models in the 2020 Girl 9 Magazine Miami Model Face Off Exclusive Print Model Magazine Photo Shoot in Miami, FL

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Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2019 exhibition

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A pioneering celebration of drawing returns to Trinity Buoy Wharf in London

“Drawing has seen something of a renaissance in the last twenty years in the UK”, wrote Professor Anita Taylor in The Guardian in 2014. An upcoming exhibition, the annual Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize celebrates this revival of drawing in London’s historic Docklands.

Until recently, resources and opportunities for drawing were few and far between. It was to bridge this gap that the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize was created in 1994. Led since by its founding Director, Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee, and supported by Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust, this open exhibition has established a reputation for championing excellence in contemporary drawing practice. 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize.

The 68 drawings selected for the 2019 exhibition by Chantal Joffe RA, Andrew Nairne OBE and Dr Dorothy Price successfully toured to The Salisbury Museum before coming to London. They will be on show in The Chainstore at Trinity Buoy Wharf from 18 January to 1 February 2020. The exhibition will be open daily from 11am to 4pm and be free to see.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a wide range of events, held in The Chainstore at Trinity Buoy Wharf. Numerous artists and leading industry professionals will present talks and workshops that celebrate drawing, explore its role, and encourage everyone to participate, with materials supplied by Cass Art.

Saturday 18 January - Drawing Session: Explore Making and Using Sketchbooks, with designer Jude Maguire (book here)

Sunday 19 January and Monday 20th January - Drawing workshops and portfolio advice sessions for students, with Frances Stevenson from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dunde (book here)

Tuesday 21 January - Drawing Session: On Drawing Memories with artist Charmaine Watkiss (book here)

Wednesday 22 January - Drawing Session: Drawing from Life for students with the Royal Drawing School (book here)

Thursday 23 January - Professional development talk for artists: Social Media for Artists & Creatives with Marine Costello from Parker Harris (book here)

Friday 24 January - Workshop: Drawing for Sculpture with Andy Bannister (book here)

Saturday 25 January - Drawing Discussion: On Working Drawings chaired by Anita Taylor at 1pm.

Sunday 26 January - Drawing Session: Sketch Club - Collaborative Cityscape, with Jeanette Barnes (book here)

Monday 27 January - Discussion: Drawing and Stitch

Tuesday 28 January - Drawing Session: Drawing Faces in Ink with artist Fiona Roberts (book here)

Wednesday 29 January - Drawing Session: Drawing from Life with the Royal Drawing School (book here)

Thursday 30 January - Professional development talk for artists: Building and Sustaining a Professional Career with Emma Parker and Penny Harris from Parker Harris (book here)

Friday 31 January - Director’s Talk with Anita Taylor (book here) and Drawing reception

Saturday 1 February - Drawing Discussion: On Transcription with Penny McCarthy and Anita Taylor at 11am.

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Christmas Art Market @rotefabrik (Ziegel Oh Lac)

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Christmas Market at Ziegel Oh Lac @rotefabrik
8. Dez 2019 - 11am-11pm
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Kunst / Prints / Illustration / Graphic, etc.
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Participant Artists
Miikoee @miikoee
Mai Mizuneko @mizuneko.mai
Momo @momos_canvas
Taina @tainagram
Silvia Gallart @silviagallartdesign

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The London Group Open 2019: Part II

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The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ co-operative, The London Group, is delighted to announce both the member and the selected exhibitors for its 84th open exhibition.

The London Group Open 2019 offers a wonderful opportunity for emerging and established artists to raise their profile, win cash prizes, and exhibit their work alongside the Group’s esteemed members. No commission will be charged on any works sold during the 2019 exhibition in line with the Group’s commitment to give artists ‘a boost in a tough career, thereby nurturing and supporting the development of the art of the future’. (Susan Haire, President).

The Members of The London Group who will be exhibiting this year in Part II are as follows:

Moich Abrahams, Wendy Anderson, Bryan Benge, Slawomir Blatton, Clive Burton, Peter Clossick, Tim Craven, Sandra Crisp, Mark Dickens, Eric Fong, Cadi Froehlich, Alexandra Harley, Martin Heron, Aude Hérail Jäger, Alexander Hinks, Annie Johns, Jockel Liess, Amanda Loomes, Jeff Lowe, Graham Mileson, Genetic Moo, C Morey De Morand, Charlotte C Mortensson, Kathleen Mullaniff, Darren Nisbett, Eugene Palmer, Tom Scase, Suzan Swale, Almuth Tebbenhoff, David Tebbs, Paul Tecklenberg, Bill Watson, Tisna Westerhof, Susan Wilson

The artists selected to exhibit as part of The London Group Open 2019 Part II are as follows:

David Aston, Adam Atraktzi, Simon Brewster, Anita Bryan, Stephen Buckeridge, Gill Capewell, Sayan Chanda, Emma Elliott, Tomas Fernandez Vertiz, Jill Gibson, Josh Grey-Jung, Shir Handelsman, Christopher Harris, Samantha Heydt, Lesley Hilling, Chirag Jindal, Marion Jones, Ann Kim, Izabela Kowalczyk, Constanze Kratzsch, Sarah Leahy, J. (Jie) Li, Christopher Madden, Ana Mendes, Barbara Nati, Richard Paton, Maybelle Peters, Rob Reed, Julia Remizova, Ana Schmidt, Sam Shendi, Seamus Staunton, Lisa Traxler RWS MRSS, Tom Waugh, Angela Wright

‘Having been on the Open Selection Committee since 2007 I am always fascinated to review the staggering range of work being produced by our fellow art workers and to show alongside them. I see it as an education; informing and enriching me personally as regards current practice.’ David Redfern

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The London Group Open 2019: Part I

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The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ co-operative, The London Group, is delighted to announce both the member and the selected exhibitors for its 84th open exhibition.

The London Group Open 2019 offers a wonderful opportunity for emerging and established artists to raise their profile, win cash prizes, and exhibit their work alongside the Group’s esteemed members. No commission will be charged on any works sold during the 2019 exhibition in line with the Group’s commitment to give artists ‘a boost in a tough career, thereby nurturing and supporting the development of the art of the future’. (Susan Haire, President).

The Members of The London Group who will be exhibiting this year are as follows:

PART I

Victoria Bartlett, Stephen Carley, John Crossley, Philip Crozier, Jeff Dellow, Angela Eames, James Faure Walker, Tricia Gillman, Vaughan Grylls, Susan Haire, Julie Held, Bill Henderson, Gillian Ingham, Janet Nathan, Micheál O’Connell, Ian Parker, Claire Parrish, Janet Patterson, Sumi Perera, Michael Phillipson, Alexander Ramsay, David Redfern, Tommy Seaward, Philippa Stjernsward, Srinivas Surti, David Theobald, Philippa Tunstill, Neil Weerdmeester, Anthony Whishaw, Erika Winstone, David Wiseman, Carol Wyss

The artists selected to exhibit as part of The London Group Open 2019 are as follows:

PART I

Galina Agafonova, Belinda Bailey, Paul Bonomini, Amelia Bowles, Simon Chalmers, Zihan Chen, Dominique Croshaw, Martin Darbyshire, Freddie Darke, Daniel Davidsson, Robert Davies, Nigel Dawes, Ozlem Demirel, Beverley Duckworth, Chloe Fremantle, Ann Grim, Chris Horner, Debbie Lee, Rosie Leventon, Duncan Mckellar, Eugene Macki, Bethany Marett, Maya Ramsay, Amber Roper, Gail Seres-Woolfson, Katy Shepherd, Linda Simon, Hanna ten Doornkaat, Alexander Vorobyev, Ariella Wertheimer, Eleanor Wood, Natalia Zagorska-Thomas, Jingbo Zou

‘Having been on the Open Selection Committee since 2007 I am always fascinated to review the staggering range of work being produced by our fellow art workers and to show alongside them. I see it as an education; informing and enriching me personally as regards current practice.’ David Redfern

 

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Common Ground

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In November 2019, Andrew Roberts and Benjamin Hope will present Common Ground, a two-man show featuring approximately 60 works painted en plein air in various locations around the UK and Europe. Both Andrew and Ben strive to ‘paint the day’ – its transient moments and moods - one of several shared motivations that unite their work.

For Andrew, painting is about suggestion rather than statement. Favouring expansive, rural scenes that feature a lot of resting area and a notable absence of figures, there is a looseness and an abstract quality to his work. He looks to the Blues for a point of comparison: ‘A piece of art and a piece of really grungy Blues should be the same: always on the brink of collapse. In any Blues melody, there is always one note that holds it all together. That is how I want my paintings to be.’

Andrew’s method is reminiscent of that practised by Frank Auerbach when it comes to applying paint to canvas. The textured surface that Andrew creates is but a ‘thin veneer’ in comparison to Auerbach’s luxuriously impasto work, but he strives to lay down paint with the same looseness and freedom. Painting plein air channels spontaneity into this looseness as Andrew finds himself having to respond and react to what is going on around him. He describes himself as an artist who paints the day over the subject, prioritising mood over detail, something that he would find impossible to do as a studio-based painter.

Like Andrew, Ben likes to paint outdoors: ‘Painting from life is my modus operandi – I love the immediacy, the time pressure and the liveliness of the result’. He will sometimes wander around for a long time until he feels ‘that tug’ - perhaps prompted by an interesting bit of light or a juxtaposition of vertical lines - which tells him that a particular moment within a particular scene is ready to become a painting.

Though his paintings have a realist sensibility, Ben is increasingly interested in making the viewer’s eye more involved in reading the work through dynamic and reactive marks. He can embrace detail in bustling street scenes, and then reject it in a pared down view of the Thames. With some of these more sparse compositions, there are hints of abstraction and it is here that Ben and Andrew find their common ground.

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