Artist Promotions Scholarship Fund–let’s give artists what they need–time, funding, visibility– The first phase of the new scholarship program is … Continue reading →
Artists have asked about our e-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs and Publication Resources. We know how much artists love to … Continue reading →
Over the past two weeks, several gallerists have responded positively to the artist e-postcards we sent. More of the participating artists … Continue reading →
|After showing several of my paintings in a gallery in New Jersey, I received an invitation and news from another New Jersey Gallery named Gallery Aferro in Newark. They are working on a giant expansion that will literally quadruple the size of their gallery spaces, residency, recording studio, and printmaking shop. Gallery Aferro also has an Art Shop holiday sales event.
NOISE Collective: CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Noise electronic magazine and collective has an open call for photographers interested in taking part in a collective project.
Noise is accepting up to 3 new members for 2015.
Applicants must be:
– an active photographer (professional or amateur), producing work to share
– willing to be part of a no-profit collective
– Photographers with a sense of commitment
– Be an enthusiastic artist committed to sending a selection of your work (mini-projects or a set of single shots) 4 times per year for Noise electronic magazine
– Participate in private group
– Participate in social media promotion such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
– Agree to be administrator with the other members of the Noise official page on Facebook
– Absolute creative freedom
– no restrictions or imposition on publishing your visual proposal
– Full control and freedom when you want to post on the collective facebook page
– Being part of a real collective where decisions are taken all together
– Being part of a collective project-focused, producing something real
If interested please send your submission (a presentation letter explaining the reasons why you want to join Noise and links to your online portfolio to review your work). Please don’t send attached files or images. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
What first may read as a list of sexually suggestive activities–EXHIBITION-ISM, Art Licks, a.m. and Felt Acts–are simply a few art magazine titles selected from our extensive e-list of art magazines and art blogs.
Fewer than 50 artists are making use of the approximately 1,500 listings on our e-list of Art Magazines and art blogs.
And some fantastic stuff on this e-list too! So much so that it’s hard to categorize all the opportunities since there is much overlap and each magazine listed holds a wealth of opportunities on their websites and within their publications.
For instance, here are a few of our e-list listings explored further–
The Contemporary art magazine EXHIBITION-ISM invites you to submit your high quality art photos for feature on their tumblr blog (Photos must be 1024×768 or larger).
Art Licks is a print magazine that also has a website where they share opportunities, such as the a.m. Open Call for Artists. a.m. is a non-commercial space, looking to schedule programming for the first half of next year, to host artists who work with dematerialized processes, for example: artists working with performance, video, or through writing. a.m. is seeking proposals which emerge from conceptual art traditions; there is an appreciation for minimalism, and a preference for subtlety rather than highly stylized artistic practices.
a.m. is flexible with the forms that the artist proposals take, and there are no obligations on the outcome of the artists time. a.m. open to the many forms in which work may be presented, both formally or informally. It is an opportunity to realize ideas that might require more time, investment or dialogue with other artists.
FeltActs is an online platform for performance which features performance and exhibition reviews, critical writing, performance writing, and artist interviews. FeltActs offers an online space through which to explore different disciplinary and critical approaches to performance: from within performance studies, literary studies, the visual arts, art history and curatorial practices. FeltActs aims to take an expanded approach to the understanding of ‘performance’.
FeltActs is currently looking for submissions for its upcoming issue ‘Felt Acts: Approaching Documentation’. Whether you are an artist, writer, critic, performer, practitioner or curator. Please don’t hesitate to submit a proposal for a review, essay or interview which is not in-line with the current theme, but which you feel could contribute to the aims and themes that FeltActs is currently exploring.
Fifty-three artists have pinned images of their artwork with retail prices. Shop for original fine art gifts direct from the artists who created each piece.
Here are some highlights of our Pinterest group board:
Brilliant photo-realistic paintings of vintage packaging and items by K. Henderson–
Fabulous kinetic sculptures by Tom Harold–
Individually, many artists work alone to build connections, buyers and collectors. Some artists work with us and use our artist submission services to get news of their available work out to collectors, galleries, and art consultants. Other artists create or join artist collectives for professional reasons, such as to share costs of publicity, exhibition spaces, and to develop a higher group profile.
There is an amazing creative variety in the ways members of various collectives come together to host projects, exhibitions, workshops and events.
The New York based Kolektiv1 art group sells tickets to one night wine, jazz, art, and dancing events to raise awareness and support for kolektiv1’s artists and their spring art shows.
Kollektiv Gallery not only curates and exhibits art, but instructs artists in the world of Crowdfunding and selling art. Collective Gallery uses Kickstarter to teach new artists how to fund a project. Their Fast Art workshop instructs artists in using empty spaces and making a project happen on any budget.
The Animamus Art Salon, created by the artist Ventiko, puts on such amazing group artist performances that their shows garnered them a feature in Interview Magazine, which you can read here. Both the Animamus Art Salon and VERB Projects are about art in action and the act of making and participating. The VERB Projects artist led exhibitions and events offer an alternative approach within the contemporary art scene. Artists spend time in a space creating new art specifically for Verb Projects. Value is placed upon the artist’s engagement through working with a range of art and non-art sites, the dialogue between art object, the site and the role of the audience in it. Photos on their 12HRS tumblr blog and Up on the 5th floor and C-PAGES blog document activities in their free pop-up event spaces where artists showcase their work.
The Vox Populi artist run space in Philadelphia, which was founded in 1988, is an artist collective that seeks to support challenging and experimental work of under-represented artists. Vox Populi’s monthly exhibition schedule includes solo shows of members and guest artists, a curated video lounge, annual guest-curated shows and group shows that provide exposure for emerging artists.
(*‿*✿) Find more resources in the Artist Marketing Resources web store.
Take a moment to view the fascinating artworks of Metrov. Visit his website here, where you can buy his book, available prints in his shop, and support his Goddess film project.
Many recent Win-Win artists now participate in Artworld, among them Xavier Yarto (Mexico City, Mexico), Esra Kizir Gökçen (Istanbul, Turkey), Maša Gala (Ljubljana, Slovenia), and Marta Brysha (Tasmania, Australia). It has been my pleasure to meet all of these artists and to see and to study their work!
For artists seeking a first international exposure, an opportunity to travel and spend a few days in The Netherlands, this is a very personable, or as the Dutch would say gezellig, and intimate experience. The costs for the artist are shipping, own travel and accommodation. Arps & Co provide the gallery, local publicity, insurance, framing, hanging, and advice about the Dutch market. It truly is a Win-Win!
I think this is an excellent opportunity for international exchange, one, moreover that has a personality all of its own: quite unlike the aggression and competitiveness of a large exhibition. It brings a rounded sense of the personality of Amsterdam and of the individuals that take part.
I would like very much to see this idea extended to other small galleries with an education and charitable interest internationally. And I wonder whether funding could be found to bring talented and emerging artists from countries and circumstances where international travel and shipping would otherwise be beyond their reach? This might be done independently, for example in South Africa, India or East Asia, but it might also bring such new talents to Amsterdam. If you’re interested, then you might contact Arps & Co directly. Alternatively you might contact the Keith McFarlane, email@example.com. I will do what I can to connect people who are interested.
And if you’re an artist wishing to take part in the Win-Win programme and to visit Amsterdam, then contact Ella Arps at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each Saturday we feature the work of one artist member of our Artist Marketing Resources LinkedIN group.
Today we’re featuring the pastel paintings of Hong Kong artist Esther Lau. View more of Esther Lau’s art in her Etsy Shop.
Here’s a recently discovered fun site. Connect with fine artists and illustrators at dada.nyc New York.
DADA is a creative community for professional visual artists. Draw, Connect and Create. You can start a digital drawing on DADA and email it to friends inviting them to add to and continue the drawing. Creating an exquisite corpse like the Surrealists of the 1920’s, only digitally and online so that artists continents apart can collaborate.
Or you can stop in and draw your Visual Status every day with a new sketch or drawing, or reply to another artist with a drawing.
We’ve sent out artist e-postcards to top art galleries currently reviewing work. The e-postcards are e-mailed individually along with the link to the artist’s website. There are two e-postcard marketing option for artists. Click here for details on E-Postcard Marketing Plan A. Click here for E-Postcard Marketing Plan B.
DesignByHumans art sales site pays artists royalties on their art and designs printed as art prints and on apparel.
Artists get their own easy to manage storefront within the Design By Humans site, that comes with options for place their artwork on a selection of quality products. The site helps artists reach millions of people who love and appreciate art. Design By Humans will then produce and fulfill all the custom products that buyers purchase and ship them directly. Artists do this all while keeping the rights to their artwork.
Apply to sell on the DesignByHumans site.
Get our Art Sales Sites resource e-list here.
Welldone Publishers, based in London UK, and publishers of Art prints & greeting cards worldwide, are currently recruiting new, unique, creative and avant-garde artists to join their portfolio!
So if you would like to promote your art by selling copies of your creations worldwide please email Weldon Publishers and request their Media Kit with the terms and conditions of working with them:
Welldone Publishers strive to find new artists from classic to modern concepts, who will embrace a new way of communicating with a global audience.
It usually takes between 1 to 3 weeks for designs to be reviewed by the Welldone submissions team. They will always reply with a response regardless of whether the submission is successful or not.
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Jade Gorman of the London-based non-profit arts organization Sweet ‘Art asked us to share their Call For Artists. Sweet ‘Art are currently seeking artists who are interested in selling their work via an exciting new online shop due to launch in 2015!
The new Sweet ‘Art shop will have many exciting features and be curated much like an online gallery, with an interesting rotation of artist works, monthly features and artist focus, special offers and much more.
Sweet ‘Art are dedicated to promoting upcoming and established artists through exciting pop up art events with a difference. They are curating their new online shop to complement their live arts events.
Submission to the shop and being featured on an ongoing basis will be free of charge with Sweet ‘Art taking 30% commission on sales through the shop on individual works. Additional terms and conditions may apply but to show interest in submitting work please contact them via email for a submission form.
For enquiries or a submission form please email email@example.com
For further information about Sweet ‘Art visit www.wearesweetart.com
Deadline for submissions: 13th December 2014 at 5pm
Looking for more art sales opportunities in your area? CLICK HERE to get the Artist Marketing Resources e-list of 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art.
The artist Patricia Johanson sent us this Eco Art Space video interview. In it, the artist discusses drawing and her outdoor designs including her Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility project in Petaluma, California. This video was created for the exhibition Remediate/Re-vision at Wave Hill Arts Org in New York in 2010. Curated by Jennifer McGregor.
I’m spoiled–only all-natural Z for me!
Last month, we published an article on the creative entrepreneurial success story of Z Cosmetics founder Ryan Zamo. Read our article here.
We told you about two Z Cosmetics all-natural hand clearers that I’m sure artist-painters would love to use when cleaning up at the end of a long day in their studios– Z Skin Cosmetic’s high-quality Coffee Almond Hand Scrub or Z’s soothing Sesame Ginger hand scrub.
Since then, I’ve been using the very fine quality Z Skin Miracle Facelift Wash every day. With this product– made with 100% pure ingredients– a little goes a long way. It deep cleans, softens, and has a toning and tightening sensation. ( I had other bottled facial cleansers around for comparison–those store shelf mass-manufactured products felt crude, stayed on the surface of my skin while leaving an artificial feeling residue–one that smelled chemically, soapy, and left a cheap perfumed after-scent. All I could think was that cheap perfume would ruin my Chanel! Ok, all I have now are a couple of Chanel perfume samples–but I have had full bottles of real DKNY and Chanel in the past and I am quite familiar with their high quality.)
Z Skin Care products are that high quality! All the Z products have a natural scent that comes from the all-natural ingredients that goes into them–no fillers, no added perfumes– all created by hand and all priced around $15 and under!
You can order these and other amazing organic products directly from their maker and Z Skin CEO Ryan Zamo. Ryan Zamo also spends hours a day speaking with his customers to help them pick the exact products to use, and follows up with them as much as possible to give them suggestions and answer any questions they have.
If you appreciate honest products, buy, use, and support Z Skin Cosmetics. They also have skin care kits with free shipping that will make great holiday gifts for vegans and lovers of all-natural products.
Like I said, I’m spoiled. Only Z skin care products for me!
Our regular Saturday feature presents the work of one artist, with all artworks available for purchase. Today, we are featuring the paintings and prints of British artist Clare Haxby, a long time resident of Singapore. Contact the artist via her website Clare Haxby Artist. Several of these artworks will be on display in the exhibition Singapore Landmarks at The American Club of Singapore from January 5th 2015 for 8 weeks.