virtual exhibition

Open Call for Virtual Solo Exhibition Proposals for December

The Aerogramme Center for Arts and Culture is an online exhibition platform, fine art and literary magazine, artist interviews, and podcast founded in March 2020 at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. We continue to provide opportunities for furthering artistic creativity among emerging and mid-career artists and writers around the world, defying adversity and the challenges of making art in the 21st century.
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Habitat 3000 is a virtual reality exhibition of interactive ecosystems launched by Las Maleantes. 

Solo Virtual Exhibition

                                                                         READY TO ELEVATE YOUR ARTISTIC CAREER? 


Exhibit artwork in a virtual space

  • Our team of MFA and PhD curators will organize your works in a 360-degree virtual gallery space
  • Differentiate yourself from your competitors with how you present your work 
  • Gain valuable exhibition credits to increase industry recognition


Reach a global audience

Open Call for The Flat Files

The Flat Files is a growing virtual archive of artist conversations highlighting the diverse mediums and subject matter often over looked in the art world. In addition to these conversations, interviewee’s will have a platform to share their studio space, where ideas and creativity happen regardless if it's your bedroom or a professional space.

  • Deadline April 22, 2022
  • Pay what you wish $5-20 one time entry fee (Please note this fee assists the running of our platform, events, and programming)
  • Artists 18 years and older are eligible to apply
  • National and international artists are eligible to apply
  • Artists of all genders and races are welcome to apply

Stories I Tell Myself: Virtual Exhibition

Stories I Tell Myself: Virtual Exhibition

Visionary Art Collective© is a Brooklyn-based art & education platform. Our mission is to connect contemporary art with education through virtual exhibitions, weekly interviews, educational resources, workshops, and more.

Stories I Tell Myself is a virtual exhibition centered around visual storytelling. How does the work we create reflect deeper, underlying narratives? For centuries, art has been used as a means of visual storytelling, and through these stories we can better understand ourselves and the world around us. In this exhibition, we are seeking work that draws upon memory and storytelling to visually communicate the personal experiences of each artist.

Call for Art: Global Virtual Exhibition: Coming of Age

Artists aged 40 years and over are invited to submit to the next virtual exhibition at The Curator’s Salon.

The transition from childhood to adulthood is what we commonly think of when we hear the phrase 'coming of age.' But what about the sense of freedom and exploration those of us often feel in our later years? A second 'coming of age' presents itself where we embrace change and learn to re-fuel our creative energy.

Whether you find yourself picking up art again after a period of time away, or it's been a lifelong practice, embodying a transitional time in life gives us the confidence to create and share the art that's always been within.


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