Culturally Arts Collective

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

Modern Renaissance Magazine Open Call

Submit your work to be featured in the next issue of our magazine, Modern Renaissance, where you’ll find crowdsourced art and writing, editorials, articles, interviews, features, event coverage, and more in THE LATEST TOPICS AND TRENDS IN GLOBAL ARTS WORLD! Be featured alongside editorials under partnerships with some of the world's leading art institutions and leading artists and writers, regardless of your skill level or age!! With interviews and articles covering the hottest arts topics/trends and the people you’ll want to know, gain ample international exposure with 10,000+ monthly downloads! 

The magazine will be digitally on our website at or with physical printed copies with a new issue on the 15th of each month.

ANTI-ART: The absence of Definition

Anti-art is a loose term that is applied to artistic forms that question the existing accepted definition of art or questions art in general. Anti-artwork may criticize certain aspects of art or artistic standards overall. As the 2020s continue to challenge our values, change our ideals, and force us to think outside of the box. The Milostka Exhibition Center is curating an exhibit that showcases the absence of established artistic practices and historically celebrated aesthetics.


This is an open call for art and artists who challenge traditional or popular art forms. Artists who have been inspired by dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, lettrism, neodadism, and more. We are blurring the artistic modern boundaries with diverse forms of expression.

On the Rise: Art, Action and Climate Justice

After decades of activism and multiple scientific studies that confirm the effects of climate change, we face now a global undeniable challenge to deal with the consequences of decades of environmental destruction.  Product of the impact of human actions on earth, climate change is a result of the increasing greenhouse gas emissions, the destruction of natural habitats, deforestation, pollution, animal agriculture, and contamination of soil and water. Drastically affecting life on earth, climate change will result in common floods, desertification,  the extinction of animal species, and also exacerbating the inequalities that already exist with the poverty of marginalized groups (such as indigenous communities around the world).

"2022 Culturally Arts Collective Gala"

Culturally Arts Collective cordially invites you to our second annual Gala, this September 3rd, 2022. The virtual event will include a gallery viewing of Polysemy: Dual Meanings In Contemporary Art, the keynote speaker, an art raffle, a musical performance, and a discussion panel between artists, curators, and the public.

"Identity in Culture"

Our identities are enlightened and influenced by a surfeit of factors. Social media, politics, technology, and social reform, among so many other attributes, make up various elements of each of our idiosyncratic and multifaceted selves. How have such factors influenced your selfhood? Why did this affect you in the way it did? What is something that had a more profound effect on yourself looking back on your journey than you realized? How have the arts affected, influenced, or encouraged your developing self-identity?  


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