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“THE UNCOOK BOOK” – CAN YOU HELP UNCOOK THE PLANET?

OPEN CALL WITH A CLIMATE MISSION FOR ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD

-        COMBAT CLIMATE NEGATIVITY BY INSPIRING & SPREADING HOPE ABOUT THE EXISTING SOLUTIONS TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS USING YOUR ART

-        A CHANCE TO BE PUBLISHED IN A UNIQUE BOOK WHICH FUSES SCIENCE & ART – MAKING CLIMATE SOLUTIONS INSPIRING FOR EVERYDAY PEOPLE

-        BE PART OF A CHANGE-MAKING CREATIVE COMMUNITY

-  SUBMIT YOUR ART AT UNCOOK-BOOK.COM

“Science has a communication problem that art can solve.”

Thale Fastvold, Norwegian artist

To mark the exceptionally important COP26, Given, the agency for purpose-driven brands, is inviting artists working in all disciplines and from around the world, to be part of a unique project designed to combat the rhetoric of doom and gloom surrounding climate change. “The Uncook Book: How to Unbake the Planet” will use the artwork of selected artists to decode and communicate science’s most powerful solutions to the climate emergency. – making these scientific concepts accessible, mainstream and inspiring. Artists whose work is selected will not only have the chance to see their work published and be part of a unique change-making community, they will also be using their creativity to bring uplifting and hopeful climate solutions to the wider world in an impactful way. Profits from the sale of “The Uncook Book” will go to a climate positive charity.

“The Uncook Book” is not the answer to the climate crisis, but it is a call to hope for both head and heart. It is a stretched out hand to anyone who is feeling overwhelmed by the scale of the issue, those who want to make a change but don’t know where to start, or for people who simply want to believe that change is possible. That isn’t just optimism, it’s science. Genuine, science-based solutions to fixing the climate crisis do exist but don’t usually make the headlines. Given’s “The Uncook Book” will tap-into those within the scientific community who are championing climate solutions - solutions that are not about tinkering around the edges, but are reimagining our future. A future that means we can all thrive - us, our neighbours and our natural world.

But where science and theory haven’t been able to reach, creativity can. Using artists, “The Uncook Book” will fuse science and storytelling, logic and creative expression to spread real hope and inspiration that change is possible. Artists can use any creative medium they choose and will be tasked to capture 3 key concepts in a simple and inspirational way: unbake how we consume, unbake how we live and unbake what we value. Each concept will describe the problem, the scientific solution and artists will be invited to submit their take on real life examples which put the solution into practice.

Prize summary: 
Get published in a unique book which fuses science and art, be part of a change-making creative community and help combat climate negativity with your art.
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Artists whose work is selected will not only have the chance to see their work published and be part of a unique change-making community, they will also be using their creativity to bring uplifting and hopeful climate solutions to the wider world in an impactful way. Profits from the sale of “The Uncook Book” will go to a climate positive charity.

Deadline: 
31/December/2021

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Call for Artists for Art & Beyond Annual Special Nude and Figurative Art Issue

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Art & Beyond Publications holds annual Cover and Content Competition for Art & Beyond Special Issue dedicated to Nude and Figurative Art.

Multiple winners will be chosen to be published in the Special issue. A total of 4 artworks will be chosen for the Front, Back, Inside Front and Inside Back Covers and number of artists will be published in the Online Magazine.

Dealine August 23, 2017

To apply go to http://www.artandbeyondpublications.com/art-beyond-magazine-content-competition/nude-competition/

Deadline: 
12/August/2017
Fee Detail: 
$45.00
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