Political art

POLITICS and ART

Show Theme:      Politics, Political Art and Expression

​Deadline:                 April 30, 2025

Notification:          Ongoing (within 10 days of submission)

Show Dates:          July 1st, 2024 - April 30, 2025​

Entry: $35 for 1-3 images            Commission: 65% Artist, 35% Gallery

​Las Laguna Art Gallery is featuring this 9 month long, online exhibition, to explore the role of Art in today's political landscape. This exhibition is looking for any work that the artist considers to be 'political' or politically themed, in nature.

This is an online exhibition that will run from July 1st, 2024 through the end of April 2025.

Call for Art- STAND 2024

Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, STAND 2024.

THEME
As we enter election season, our most pressing issues come to the forefront. We find ourselves in a time like no other where the need for change is more urgent than ever and our actions today will pave the way for our future. This call for art aims to explore the issues that shape our culture, society, nation, and world. Bring what you stand for to life through the power of art. Show us STAND from your perspective.

CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, September 20, 2024 at midnight MST.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening by Friday, October 18, 2024.
 

8x5 Houston: Artists Respond to the Mass Incarceration Crisis

OPEN CALL - HOUSTON/TEXAS ARTISTS

SaveArtSpace and Art at a Time Like This (ATLT) have partnered to present the Houston, Tx edition of 8X5, a nationwide public art campaign named for the size of an average prison cell. This timely public intervention presents the work of artists responding to mass incarceration and inequalities in the justice system. Originally launched in Miami in June 2022, 8x5 Houston will go live at the end of October 2023.

ATLT is looking for YOU to create designs and artworks that reflect and respond to the impact of the incarceral system in YOUR community.

Voices of Dissent-Art and Politics - Artist Interview

Insights of an Eco Artist is seeking artists who create work with political themes for our upcoming interview series, "Voices of Dissent - Art and Politics." We are interested in featuring artists who use their work as a platform for social and political commentary and who are committed to promoting change through art

Insights of an Eco Artist is an international art publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social and ecological justice.

Artist Interview

We are excited to announce an open call for interviews with social, eco and political artists! Our magazine is an international art publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social, political and ecological justice.
Insights of an Eco Artist Interviews are a way for artists to articulate their vision and promote their work through a web-published art dialogue.
The artists are interviewed by the founder & artist Joana Alarcão to highlight their artistic careers and explore how artistic interventions play a crucial role in bringing conversation forward about social and political atmospheres and climate issues.

Artist Interview

Insights of an Eco Artist is an international art  publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social and ecological justice.

Insights of an Eco Artist Interviews is a way for artists to articulate their vision and promote their work  through a web published art dialogue.

The artists are interviewed by the founder & artist Joana Alarcão to highlight their artistic career and explore how artistic interventions play a crucial role in bringing conversation forward about social political atmospheres and climate issues.

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