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Al-Tiba9 Magazine ISSUE #4 | Call for Artists

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Al-Tiba9 Art Magazine is an independent artist-run international publication which showcases experimental and progressive contemporary art, reflecting modern society and its environment, provoking conversation and action; fostering innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing. Al-Tiba9 Mag covers photography, paintings, visual art, music, film and performance. Al-Tiba9 Mag Issue #4 covers Artists with a primary focus on contemporary visual art reflecting modern society and its environment.
The magazine includes features on art for up to 20 selected artists from around the globe, it aims to give spotlight and to provide a unique art space for artists. Unlike gallery spaces, it aims also to create a space where individual artists can freely express themselves and become media themselves and engage the selected artists with our readers and followers everyday through our social media, website and print and digital issues. 
We also publish Biographies, interviews and studio visits with artists and curators who inspire us and our audience.

ELIGIBILITY: 
- Artists are welcome to submit their works. All techniques are welcome.
- Artists from all countries are welcome to submit their works.
- Artists featured in the past Issues can submit new works.

Prizes Details: 

Up to 8 pages article in the issue #4 of Al-Tiba9 Art Magazine.
All published artists will be promoted on our website/social media and on our newsletters.
Al-Tiba9 Magazine Issue#4 is distributed worldwide via online shops

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12/31/2019

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Who Are You? Open Call: Interview Participants for Artist Jenn Cacciola's Audio Tapestry

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NY-based mixed-media artist, Jenn Cacciola is currently working on a large-scale, multi-layered tapestry piece that employs audio interviews and other recordings as a "soundtrack," to be projected from the piece during exhibitions. She is now in residency at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in Manhattan, conducting personal one-on-one interviews with and simultaneously creating portraits of volunteers, that will be an essential part of research for the piece. The project seeks to question how growth occurs while a person is affected by environments, decisions, circumstances, and the intersection between the self and others, using ecological/botanical metaphor for human growth in various social environments. Further information and sign-up steps available at the Eventbrite page.

Participants receive a print of the portrait created during their interview session. Prints will be mailed at a later date, once they are crafted from the original drawings.
 

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