Collage A Day Artist Projects, Resources and a Call for Artist Submissions

Keep the Wolves From the Door, A Daily Paper Collage is a Tumblr blog where abstract collage artist Tom Moglu posts new work daily (http://dailymoglu.tumblr.com/).

The creator of another Collage a Day project and the Collage a Day Google group, Randel Plowman, posts and sells daily small collages for $25.00 – $75.00 each on his Collage a Day blog. He is also the author of the book, The Collage Workbook: How to Get Started and Stay Inspired, which is available on Amazon.com here

Kolaj magazine is a quarterly, printed magazine about contemporary collage. Kolaj is published in Montreal, Quebec by Maison KasiniYou can submit an article on how your collage is made, how your collage is exhibited, and how collages are collected to Kolaj magazine. Kolaj brings together critical reviews and essays with artist profiles. Collage artists seeking to have their work considered for Kolaj Magazine are  encouraged to register with the Artist Directory.  ($20 for 12 months)

Call for Artists

Collagerie at Stew Gallery, Norwich, UK

Submission deadline: October 1st 2012

Stew Gallery is looking for collage artists for an upcoming exhibition. Collagerie is described as a celebration of collage art and the individual styles of contemporary artists using traditional cut and paste techniques. The exhibition will be presented from November 10th to 16th 2012.

The deadline for submitting images to the gallery is October 1st 2012 and the selected artists will be contacted by October 5th. All submission information and guidelines can be found on Collagerie‘s facebook page

Stew is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run organisation based in Norfolk, UK. It was founded over three years ago by a group of graduates, students and lecturers from the Norfolk School of Art and Design. Apart from the gallery, Stew is also home to studio spaces and publicly accessible screen printing rooms.

http://stewgallery.tumblr.com/

 
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