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BE DISCOVERED AS A PROFESSIONAL ARTIST! Have your work seen by our readers and subscribers.

In addition to exposure in the magazine, works could be discovered by curators, collectors, galleries, art fairs, art consultants, and more on our Instagram account @dividemag

Don't miss this chance to turn your part-time hobby into a full-time career.

We've included a tonne of REWARDS AND PRIZES.

Featured by

California Arts Council 

Artists in Canada 

Quinte Arts Council 

Windsor Arts Council 

Hamilton Arts Council

and more...


Artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation, crafts, fashion, illustration, and more.

There is no specific theme for this issue. 

Must be 18 and over.


Apply online via the Zealous platform. 

You may submit multiple entries for different projects/works, there is no limit.

Submission fees are non-refundable.


Artists may submit up to 3 artworks per project submission

You can enter multiple times and in each submission you will have the opportunity to upload 3 items

Artists must ensure high quality of images, at least 300 dpi jpeg recommended.

Artwork images and bio must be uploaded directly  ( we will not be accepting any works via email)

Bio and statement must be under 300 words each. 

Selected artists must be available April 5th-10th 2021 for their interview. Questions will be emailed out on March 25th.

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All featured artists will receive a custom Divide Magazine Enamel Pin

All submitters will receive a FREE digital copy of the magazine.

Exposure to our magazine readers and exposure at Canzine 2021

* NEW* Get added to our Artist Hall of Fame/Directory

Opportunity to be interviewed by Divide Magazine

Art that does not make it in the magazine will get recognition on Zealous with the possibility of being discovered by --- users, curators, art galleries, and more.

Exposure on our Instagram account


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Open Call to Station One Artists-in-Residence 2021





Victoria Square Project (VSP) in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative (SNFPHI) at Columbia University, launches the first call of Station One AIR, a year-long residency program for emerging artists to reimagine Greek identity. The selected artists, four from Greece and four from countries with significant migrant and refugee communities in Victoria Square, will work in teams of four, for three months, under the mentorship of Columbia University faculty, collaborating artists and curators, and VSP’s team to engage in a series of “contextualizations” of Johannes Pfuhl’s sculpture in Victoria Square, Athens.


Station One 2021 Residency for emerging artists focuses on Johannes Pfuhl’s neoclassical sculpture of Hippodamia in Victoria Square. The European and nationalist ideals represented by the sculpture stand in stark contrast to the everyday realities of the neighborhood’s Greek, immigrant, and refugee inhabitants, making it a timely object through which to engage current debates about Greek history and identity. Through the residency four artists from Greece and four artists from countries with communities in the neighborhood will work in teams to engage in a series of visual, auditory, and discursive “contextualizations” of Hippodamia. These artistic interventions will foster collaboration among emerging artists, create a locus for intercultural exchange and community building, and develop a broadly applicable methodology for using contentious monuments and public art to facilitate consideration and conversation across diverse communities about history, identity, and belonging. 


Once an upper-middle-class neighborhood, Victoria Square is now one of the most diverse areas of Athens, home to long-time residents as well as immigrants and refugees from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Nigeria. In 1937 a neoclassical sculpture by Johaness Pfuhl depicting the centaur Eurytion abducting Hippodamia was installed in the square. Today the scene depicted by the sculpture and the 19th century Bavarian Philhellenism behind its creation stand in stark contrast to the everyday realities of the square’s inhabitants. For many Greeks living in the area, Hippodamia (as the sculpture is known) is a painful reminder of the nation’s failure to become adequately “European” in the eyes of the West. For many immigrants and refugees, the sculpture is yet another sign of the Greek state’s and society’s reluctance to expand their understandings of national identity and to accommodate those who do not easily fit existing images of “Greekness.” Hippodamia confronts those who live around it with contentious narratives of national history and identity in much the same way that statues of historical figures in the U.S., the U.K., and South Africa have recently become charged topics of debate. How might these broader conversations about the politics of public art and commemoration be harnessed to consider Hippodamia in Victoria Square and what it means to be Greek today


Station One AIR is part of “Who is the contemporary Athenian?”, Victoria Square Project’s three-year curatorial program that seeks to identify the elements that define an inclusive Athenian society today beyond labels like “first or second generation immigrant,” “refugee,” “asylum seeker,” “Greek” etc. It draws on VSP’s long presence and activity in one of the capital city’s most diverse neighborhoods, which has been experiencing rapid change for several decades. This curatorial program explores the common ground that emerges when identities come to be viewed as ever-evolving and dynamic and seeks to strengthen community through cross-cultural exchange and artistic production. In investigating emerging local identities and creating new platforms for dialogue in a diverse Athenian neighborhood, this program inevitably poses questions about belonging, crisis, and democracy. These questions seem particularly timely as the country prepares to celebrate the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution and reflects on what it means to be Greek in 2021.


The residency program consists of two cycles. Four artists will be selected to work together for three months (two months on the ground and one month digitally), under the mentorship of artists, curators, academics, and community members. Each cycle will bring together two artists from Athens and two artists from countries with communities in the neighborhood. The artists are expected to work together on a common project and  engage the local community. 


Send us your cv and portfolio (max 10 MB) along with a motivation letter (max 500 words)  and a project proposal to implement during your stay (max 500 words), at until March 5th. The residents will be selected by a multidisciplinary committee to be announced in April. 


All residents will have access to Victoria Square Project’s infrastructure and receive support from its team throughout their project’s realization as well as an honorary fee of 1400 euros. Additionally,  residents not living in Athens will have their travel covered by the program and will be provided with independent housing. Each team will be given a budget of 1000 euros for the implementation of their project.


Each residency cycle will last three months and feature a group of four artists. At the end of each cycle, the artists-in-residence will present their contextualization of the Hippodamia sculpture as an installation in Victoria Square or as an exhibition in the premises of VSP or online as a virtual exhibition. 

Open Call Launch: February 5, 2021

Application deadline: March 5, 2021

Notification: April 16, 2021

First Cycle: end of May -  July 2021

Second Cycle: September - December 2021 

(The exact travel dates will be confirmed soon)



Station One Residency 2021 is implemented in collaboration with Columbia University Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative, Counterpoints Arts in the frame of the European Program Across Borders.


The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative (SNFPHI) at Columbia University. SNFPHI supports projects that bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for the Greek public and collaborates with other Columbia programs that aim to connect the field of Hellenic Studies with a broad public audience. Mark Mazower (Director) and Dimitris Antoniou (Associate Director) are responsible for the Initiative’s overall direction and planning. Since its inception, SNFPHI has emerged as a locus for the exchange of novel ideas across academic disciplines, between non-academic and academic communities, and between Greek and American publics. Through SNFPHI activities, educators, artists, human rights activists, museum curators, and music composers in Greece are collaborating with Columbia faculty and students in a broad array of community-level projects. In addition to supporting public humanities projects in Greece, SNFPHI is organizing a rich program of public events, collaborating with other Columbia programs and initiatives to design syllabi and toolkits for public humanities, and offering grants to Columbia students and recent graduates to promote the diachronic study of Hellenism.


Counterpoints Arts is a leading British organisation in the field of arts, migration and cultural change. Its mission is to support and produce the arts by and about migrants and refugees, seeking to ensure that their contributions are recognized and welcomed within British arts, history and culture. Central to the organization’s mission is the belief that arts can inspire social change and enhance inclusion and cultural integration of refugees and migrants. Counterpoints Arts work across all art forms and collaborate with a range of people and partners, including artists, arts/cultural and educational organizations and civil society activists. VSP has been collaborating with Counterpoints Arts in the context of a three year project titled “Across Borders,” which takes place in Athens (Greece), Berlin (Germany), and Kent (UK). The project consists of a series of arts and pop culture projects that challenge representations of refugees in mainstream media and complicates their depiction in arts and popular culture.


Stavros Niarchos Foundation


Outset Contemporary Art Fund,  Kulturstiftung Allianz


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In the last hundred years, humankind has seen unprecedented innovations and changes- from skyscrapers to moon landing to social media to human rights to Art...

In this very moment in our society everything moves really fast, time doesn’t seem sufficient anymore, artists seem to find their path much harder, the ongoing changes create a need for a continuous state of Transcendence

The aim of this publication is to find out what’s the trend in contemporary art and to create a dialogue between the artists and the viewers. 

There are no subject or medium restrictions, everyone is welcomed to apply. 

Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.

To apply for “THE NEW ARTIST” simply email us, one image with you and your artworks or with you in your studio, 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 200 words, your Instagram username, your home address (so we can send you a printed copy) at 

Magazine Cover

For the cover we have chosen Pablo Picasso as he will always represent the new and he has inspired artists for generations to create “NEW”

Please make sure you submit high quality images

Eligible media but not limited




-digital art 






To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £79 fee for each accepted submission. 

Where will be published? 

Google books

Apple Itunes Books




Our Website 

We will also have a printed edition available in our gallery. 

The printed edition will be on display for 3 months in our gallery in Central London. 

Important dates: 

the open call will run until 15 March. 

the publication will be made on 22 March and it will be up for 3 months. 

On top of the printed copy that will be posted to your address, each participant will get the links to all the platforms where the magazine will be available. 


As we run multiple open calls, please make sure you include in the email line the open call you apply for. 

Good luck to you all!


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Upon acceptance
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Open Call for Artists--Art Auction 2021--Crocker Art Museum




The Crocker Art Museum’s 43rd annual Art Auction season is upon us! Building on the success of last year’s virtual auction, the upcoming 2021 Art Auction season will feature the same lively events – Art Auction and Big Names, Small Art (BNSA) – in a new hybrid virtual and in-person format.

Silent Art Auction and BNSA will be held virtually on the Bidsquare platform, with bidding scheduled to open in mid-May and auctions set to close the weekend of June 5–6. In addition, a small selection of artworks will also be featured in a socially distanced Live Art Auction event in the Museum’s courtyard on the evening of Saturday, June 5.

All Silent and Live Art Auction works will be included in a special exhibition at the Crocker, on view from May 23 – June 6, 2021.

Last year’s virtual auctions drew an incredible audience of more than 3 million viewers and 1,000 bidders from around the world. The success of these events can be attributed to the high-quality art contributed by regionally and nationally recognized artists and the Museum’s increased efforts to promote artists and artworks across all platforms in new and innovative ways. We hope you will consider submitting artworks to the Art Auction and BNSA for consideration.

Art Auction Submissions

To ensure a dynamic and well-rounded auction, we are asking you to please submit images of three pieces for consideration. We accept submissions of various sizes and price points, but due to space limitations works must be no more than 40 inches in width and 80 inches in height. A minimum bid of 35 percent, based on the fair-market value you set, will be required to open bidding.

Selected artists’ work will be prominently featured in the Art Auction catalogue, which will be distributed to over 10,000 households, and bidding will be open to a national and international audience on Bidsquare.

As always, the Museum offers selected artists the opportunity to keep 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their work. If, however, you choose to donate 100 percent of the sale proceeds to the Museum, you will receive recognition in the Art Auction catalogue and a complimentary Crocker Art Museum Family-level membership.

Submission Requirements

  • Please complete the Art Auction online submission no later than February 28, 2021.
  • Submit images of three finished works for consideration.
  • We encourage submissions in different sizes and price points. Due to space limitations, objects submitted for consideration must be no more than 40 inches in width. Height of work may not exceed 80 inches.
  • All artwork must be display ready. 2-D work must be framed with hanging hardware installed.
  • Work may not weigh more than 200 pounds.
  • Based on the fair-market value that you set, a minimum bid of 35 percent will be required to open bidding.
  • Submissions that do not meet the requirements may be disqualified.
  • Selected works must be delivered or received by Tuesday, May 4, 2021. If artwork is shipped, it will be at the artist's expense. 
  • Artist payments are in USD. 

Online Submission Instructions

  • All Art Auction entries must be submitted online via this link:
  • All fields in the submission form must be completed (unless stated as “optional”).
  • An image of each work must be uploaded via the online submission form.
  • The accepted digital format is a JPEG of at least 300 dpi and less than 5 MB.

If you have questions or need assistance with your submission, please contact Melissa Foote, Art Auction Coordinator, at (916) 808-1860 or

Submission deadline is February 28, 2021 


Prize summary: 
50% of auction sale
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The Museum offers selected artists the opportunity to keep 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their work. If, however, you choose to donate 100 percent of the sale proceeds to the Museum, you will receive recognition in the Art Auction catalogue and a complimentary Crocker Art Museum Family-level membership.


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Publication Opportunity in Volume 13 for Emerging Artists




Apply to have your work considered to be published in Volume 13. FOA is a platform dedicated to elevating the work of emerging artists. Our books include the work of artists who work in a variety of mediums selected by jurors from around the art world focusing on emerging art. FOA is the only art book dedicated to emerging artists of all mediums, and we help bridge the gap between artists and the art world.

Volume 13 will be distributed to over 50 galleries, curators, and institutions. It will also be available in retain online through Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Accepted artists will have a four-page spread of their work, information, and a short essay written by an art historian. Volume 13 will be juried by Marco Galvan, Alice Bonnot, Camilla Moresi, and FOA staff.


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It’s been 3 years since we started to do pop up exhibitions in London and almost a year since we’ve opened the doors of our permanent gallery space in Aldgate. 

With support from artists and audience from all around the globe we have decided to make the next logical step into our ongoing ascendence in the international art scene, “SOLO SHOWS”.

Who can apply?

Artists of any age, from any country working in any medium. 

Is there a submission fee?

Yes there is a £9 non- refundable submission fee. 

How many solo shows will be? 

There will be 4 solo shows, a week each. 

In what period of the year will the shows be hosted? 

29 January to 05 February 2021 with an opening event on Friday 29 January 6 to 9 pm. 

05- 12 February 2021 with an opening event on Friday 05 February 6 to 9 pm. 

12- 19 February 2021 with an opening event on 12 February 6 to 9 pm. 

19- 26 February with an opening event on 19 February 6 to 9 pm. 

Who will cover the shipments costs? 

Each of the 4 winners will get a £350  budget from us to help with their shipping expenses. 

Who will cover the events cost? 

The events costs will be covered integrally by our gallery.  

Is there a commission for the artworks sold on the events? 

Yes! We take a 15% commission on each sale. 

What happens if another lockdown is coming? 

If that happens we will simply change the dates in accordance with the government guidelines. 

Who will select the 4 winning artists? 

A jury composed of 3 London based contemporary art professionals. 

Cosmin Constantin | London based artist and director of Boomer Gallery. 

Tabish Khan | Art critic specialised in London's art scene. 

Carolina Pastore | Independent curator. 

What is the selection process? 

1. All the submissions will be reviewed and from the total number of submissions the jury will preselect approximately 30 artists that will also be shortlisted on our website. 

2. After the preselection the 30 preselected artists will be contacted individually by our gallery and will be asked to send additional work (another 2 or 3 works that will help the jury in making the final decision). 

3. Finally- the jury will select the 4 winners. 

Important dates! 

the open call will run from 05 October until 16 November. 

the jury will preselect the 30 artists on 23 November when we will also add them on our website. 

On 30 November the jury will meet and select the 4 winners of the competition. 

the final results will be available on our website on 01 December. 


We don’t contact each artist individually in regards with the open call results so please make sure you check our insta and web pages on 01 December 2020. 

If you need any help please don’t hesitate to contact us at

Good luck to you all!

Prize summary: 
4 solo shows in our London based gallery.

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