Visions of Venus: Open Call for #Artist Submissions for Group Exhibition

 

Didi Mendez of Poet’s and Artists has just sent over her latest call for artist submissions! Click on the gorgeous painting by Margaret Bowland (above) for details, or you can click here for submission guidelines.

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Mixed Media 2017 International Call for Artists: No Entry Fee

 

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Peripheral ARTeries is now accepting submissions for Mixed Media 2017. They are inviting submissions from visual artists worldwide who are working in a variety of media and disciplines.
Full details here.

Peripheral ARTeries is particularly interested in highlighting work in all media that is experimental and risk-taking– pushing boundaries in form, content–using unconventional materials.

  • There are no entry fees: submitting projects to Mixed Media 2017 is absolutely free of charge.
  • The deadline for proposals is December 29th, 2016
  • Shortlisted applicants will receive a communication directly from our board by the end January 2017

Artists will find the full Call details here.

Find more opportunities for artists here.

Art Premium Magazine: Contemporary AFRICAN ART Issue

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I snapped a shot of Art Premium magazine when my complimentary copy arrived in the mail from France yesterday. Inside their Contemporary African Art Issue is an artist I featured last year!

Just goes to show you that getting featured in a blog article can be a stepping stone! If you are an artist and willing to make a donation I’ll feature your work in an article that will drive lots of visitors to your website.

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Art Chowder Magazine Print Edition + Digital! #Artists Submit!

 

Flootie online gallery owner Dean Cameron has purchased Art Chowder magazine and published the first edition since taking on the publication.

The May-June issue of Art Chowder is out now at www.artchowder.com and print copies can be purchased locally in all major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Hastings, as well as many local retailers. The Art Chowder website is up and running and people can subscribe to receive print copies of the magazine in the mail or download a PDF version to their Nook or Kindles. Cover price is $5.95 and digital is $1.99. People can also read for free on the Art Chowder website here.

Artists Submit to Art Chowder

Art Chowder publishes 6 issues of the magazine per year with each issue featuring at least one national and one international artist per release.

The Art Chowder website has all the tools from advertising rates and submission details for artists. 

Art Chowder has several expert columnists that will feature articles every issue as well. The “Chowder” in the name implies they will have a savory mix of a wide spectrum of the “Arts” in each issue begging the reader to ask “What’s next”?

 You can reach Dean Cameron via email at:  dean@artchowder.com

Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources E-list

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To get a printable Word file version or a PDF version, buy the e-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources in our Gumroad shop here https://gum.co/WEdk and for an iCloud share file version get it in our Webs store here.

Online Magazine THE HUMAN FIGURE COMPETITION – Submit By Jan 31st

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Art Exhibeo online art magazine  has a current call for artists to submit art based on the human figure. Submit your 2D paintings, drawings, pastels, photography, sculpture, and mixed medium artwork that emphasizes humans as an integral part of the composition. They’ve EXTENDED Deadline to January 31st 2016. There is an online submissions form and a fee to submit–details here.

 

Only a very small percentage of the art magazines on our e-list require fees to submit. But we thought this online magazine would be of interest to some of our artist-readers so we’ve added it to our e-list of Art Magazines, art blogs, art publication resources available here.

 

London-based Art Magazine Accepting Submissions

Curieux Magazine is a London-based magazine accepting contributions and submissions. Read the submission guidelines here. The magazine encompass all aspects of visual art including photography, painting and design. Curieux always looking for new and regular contributors, including photographers, stylists, writers, illustrators and graphic designers.

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If you haven’t heard about it by now–we have a long list of art magazines and art blogs here.

Submit Your Art to Jung Katz Art Blog for #Artist Feature

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I’ve posted about Jung Katz before. I like them because they actively promote the artists they feature, and you’ll find drawing, paintings, photographic art, collage and other media on the Jung Katz blog. Recently, I encountered Jung Katz art tweets–follow them on Twitter here–that took me to their site.

From the Jung Katz art blog:

We’re looking for original artists, designers, and photographers to feature on our site.

Jung Katz contemporary art blog is accepting artist submissions for feature artist interviews.

Read the Jung Katz submission guidelines here.

Artists #Submit to SuperSonic: New Contemporary Art Blog

Screen Shot 2015-05-14 at 5.42.04 PMSUPERSONIC is a new contemporary art blog curated by Zach Tutor, running on Tumblr with over 445,000 followers. SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK. For consideration, submit the link to your website only.

Submission Guidelines:

Please submit links to your website/portfolio only.

Please include your email address in the “DESCRIPTION” section.

Please do not link to single images, they will not be considered.

You can also submit via email by emailing supersonicart.com@gmail.com

Submitting your work does not guarantee being posted on Supersonic.

 

Find more Art magazines and art blogs here and here.

 

 

Art Magazines + Art Blogs E-list for Artists Now 85 Pages + New Categories

Last week, the Artist Marketing Resources blog featured this popular post–New Art Magazine accepting submissions–read it here. Often new publications have available pages to fill and it’s a good idea to submit early to publications just starting out.

A few years ago, we began compiling a resources e-list of links to fine art magazines and art blogs for artists to use so they could easily find the best publications to submit their work to for a feature.

That e-list has grown to 85 pages of links, with the first 25 pages alone consisting of Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories.

With daily research and gathering of these artist resources, soon more categories needed to organize these resources, so we added a New Media, an  Art Apps, and a  Design category for the publication links on our e-list, as well as separate listings of art publications focused on geographic regions.

As the e-list grew, we  had to further refine the broad category of Design by dividing it into two categories– one for Interior Design Magazines /Architecture Magazine and a second for Art Design & Illustration. Many artists create artwork that could be featured in these types of publications and well as fine art magazines and art blogs.

We recently added these New Categories to our e-list of Fine Art magazines:

African, Black, African-American magazines and media resources

Subculture: Art Toys / Vinyl Art Toys

Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art magazines

Here is a complete list of category contents for the E-list of Art Magazines and Art blogs.

  • Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories
  • Art Apps–for iPhone, iPad, and other devices
  • Digital Art, New Media, Media & Technology
  • ART RADIO & Art TV & Audio Art PODCASTS & VIDEO Art MAGAZINES/VLOGS
  • Art BOOKS/Art Bookstores/Art Book Distributors/Ebook Resources etc
  • Photography
  • Themed–art submissions accepted on a monthly theme or quarterly theme
  • Subculture:  Art Toys/Vinyl Art Toys, etc
  • Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art Magazine
  • INTERIOR DESIGN Magazines / Architecture Magazines
  • DESIGN & Illustration
  • Black Art Magazines, African Art, African-American Art Publications
  • Literary Journals – that publish art submissions + writing
  • Fiber & Fabric art, Ceramics, Craft
  • Tumblr blogs that accept art submissions
  • Social Media Art sites
  • University & College Art Magazines
  • US States–Art publications specific to each state in the USA
  • International by country–Art publications specific to each country
  • Industry Specific /Specialty– accept art submissions-Outdoors, Nature, Fantasy, etc

Many of these magazines have calls for submissions, or open submission policies and editorial calendars you can find in their submission guidelines.

This April we are offering our e-list discounted at $5.00 Off —  E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists — get it here and here.  Check both of our web store here and here for more artist resources.

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InspireFirst open platform where artists can publish feature articles on their own creative works

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InspireFirst (the site) Inspirefirst.com  is a free open platform where everyone can publish articles featuring his or her own creative works including, but not limited to, photographs, illustrations, 3D works, digital art pieces, interior designs, hand-made items, etc.

If you’d like to find out more, then read their Publishing Rules here.

  • Your article should contain textual material and images (there is no limitation as to the length of the text or to the amount of images published), but InspireFirst requires at least 4 images per post. If you add a post with less than 4 images it will be erased by their admin.

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Call for Contributions of Articles w/ Art Images For ArtWorld Community Magazine

 

by Keith McFarlane, Editor, Artworld Community Magazine!

Artworld is pleased to announce the birth of our Community Magazine. The magazine is open to artists, art-marketeers, art-lovers, gallerists, critics, academics, and public institutions. Articles are invited on any topic related to contemporary art. Artworld is very much a broad church, and, besides fine art, we welcome sculpture, illustration, photography, artisanal crafts, wood carving, metal-working, textiles, mixed and digital media–anything in short that can be represented by an image and that exhibits exceptional quality and skill.

We aim to showcase the range and quality of contemporary art, whatever the medium, style, or school. It’s an extraordinary success story that we aim to celebrate! Contrast this with the so often negative image of the auction house and “the shock of the new”. The magazine represents, we believe, a chance for emerging and talented artists to gain a sympathetic audience and, in time perhaps, a wider recognition.

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blogArtWorldimageA high standard is expected: curation and an editorial voice being essential to any serious magazine. The following criteria, interpreted broadly, will apply to everything that is published.

1. The articles should interest a wide audience, be well founded, critically aware and well written, written that is in English and polished to a literary standard.

2. The articles should be supportive in tone, supportive, that is, of the arts and artists–particularly those deserving of wider recognition.

3. Critical articles are acceptable, indeed they are welcome as a vehicle for encouraging correspondence and debate. Critical work should expect to justify itself with evidence, not with rhetoric, and should address individuals,

movements or institutions well able to mount a defence. Such essays should never be vitriolic, never argue ad hominem. Neither should they shout, nor whisper, to undermine or to attack.

4. The subject of articles is open, and the literary forms various, including but not limited to letters, announcements, essays, philosophical or genre pieces, and, not least, the literary appreciation. By appreciation, is intended a short

essay illustrating, interpreting and yes praising the best work from emerging and undervalued artists.

5. Articles should be succinct, perhaps 500 to 1,000 words. Illustrations should be limited to one, two or three. Much can be included via hyperlinks, the artist’s web-site, social media, perhaps a video. Longer articles will be

accepted (or not) weighing their length against their merit.

6. Articles should be thoughtful and thought-provoking. The magazine is not a conveyor belt of images to be liked, or not: ephemera, mere fodder, for the social media. Artworld aims to build a serious community, seriously

committed to contemporary artists and to their art. We are, moreover, strongly supportive of good writing, and the maintenance of a critical discipline almost as important to art and to literature as the artists themselves.

 

The magazine will launch with two editors, one a poet, the other an artist. These are Keith McFarlane, the originator of Artworld and maker of the Artworld app, and Marie

Kazalia, well-known as an artist and proprietor of the respected web resource, Artists Marketing Resources. Contact Marie Kazalia via email: MarieKazalia@gmail.com  and send Keith McFarlane a message via his ArtWorld app Facebook page.

Artists Submit to Sight Unseen Magazine and Online Shop

We’ve added these to our extensive list of art magazines and blogs, and our list of online sales sites

Sight Unseen wants to publish professional designer’s, photographer’s, or artist’s work created to keep rather than sell, including homemade objects or gifts for loved ones for the magazine’s ARTISTS’ PROOF section. If you have an interesting home interior with lots of personality, decorated with your possessions, collections, or artworks, submit photos for the Sight Unseen At Home With section or the INVENTORY section for your interesting collections or other group of objects that says something about your creative process, and you’d like to visually catalog it.  If you have a book, magazine, or exhibition you’d like Sight Unseen to excerpt, or If you own or are working with a factory on a project, and have professional or near-professional photos submit them to Sight Unseen. If you’d like to invite Sight Unseen to visit your factory or studio–if your studio is visually intriguing, full of special details, and can communicate something about your creative process in photographs. For STUDIO VISIT: TECHNIQUE, let Sight Unseen know about a unique physical or conceptual technique in your work that you can trace throughout several of your projects. If you’ve created something with a riveting enough backstory or production process to hold a few hundred words for the Sight Unseen to THE MAKING OF section.  If you can look out the window of your studio and see something that’s spectacular, inspiring, or just pointedly mundane Sight Unseen may be interested in photos for their THE VIEW FROM HERE section.

Sight Unseen is also interested in working with artists who would like to put together a custom creative project that can be presented digitally for sole publication on Sight Unseen and artists’  sketchbooks — or h series of sketches for a specific project — that go beyond the obvious. For the WHERE THEY’VE BEEN section, Sight Unseen is looking for images and projects creatively inspired by a trip or a location and documented it by way of photographs, drawings, etc.

How to Submit
Sight Unseen is always on the lookout for interesting people and subjects to feature. We are open to anyone working in a creative field. To submit your work, please send low-res jpegs or a link to your website or portfolio to submissions [at] sightunseen [dot] com. We cannot respond to every submission we receive. If we are interested in creating a feature around your work, we will be in touch! All product and paper submissions can be sent to 611 Warren St., Suite 3, Brooklyn, NY 11217, but please note: Sight Unseen does not accept products or compensation in exchange for editorial coverage. All coverage is at our sole discretion, and all sponsored posts are clearly marked as such on the site. Please consider submitting story ideas with categories outlined above, and be sure to submit low-res images.

The Sight Unseen shop is dedicated to the sale of handmade and one-of-a-kind wearables and housewares by artists and designers, who approach those objects as a platform for experimenting with materials and techniques.

 

A New Art Magazine Artspert Has Feature Options for Artists and a Cover Design Competition

Competition – Design The Front Cover Of The Magazine

Would you like your art to be the cover of Artspert’s first magazine? If so you have the chance by designing the cover yourself. The cover must look classy and arty and feature the Artspert logo, which can be obtained by emailing info@artspert.co.uk with the subject “competition”.

Closing Date for the competition shall be January the 1st 2014. The managing director of the magazine shall shortlist 3 favorites. The final 3 shall be put to vote via Twitter on January 2nd 2014 for a whole 24 hours. The prizes are below.

Prizes

1st : Being The Front Cover, Free feature in the magazine and interview to be in the magazine

2nd & 3rd: Free Feature in the magazine as well as an interview to be in the magazine

I wish you all the best of luck and hope to see you featured in the Artspert Magazine.

Artspert Magazine plan to print 18,000-20,00 copies of this first issue and make the copies free to the public. Distribution of the Magazine at these Proposed Locations: Estate Agents, Coffee Shops, Dentists, Libraries, Trade Shows, Galleries, Solicitors, Museums and more (suggestions welcome or if you would like to be a stockist please email info@artspert.co.uk)

Type of art features:  Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Prints, Drawing and Jewelry

Funding: Mainly Advertising, subsidised fee to featured artists

The featured artists must have art work on www.artspert.co.uk. The artist is allowed to pay for one image in the magazine in which is anticipated to cost to around £30. This will be for a quarter page feature which will include the image of art work, artist name and details about you and your art.

If a customer likes your piece of art featured in the magazine they can purchase it off the Artspert website. Where they will also be able to see any other pieces of art you have uploaded in to your personal portfolio.

Submit early, submit now: The artist that submit their work first to be featured in the magazine shall take priority and have their article closer to the front of their relevant section.

Collection of images and details for the magazine articles will begin on January the 10th 2014 once we have our online template of what the magazine shall look like. The magazine shall also be published online to increase further exposure to you and the website. In the meantime please feel free to add art to the website and check out the competition below.

VIA Publications Accepting Submissions for Issue 02

Call for Submissions

VIA Publications is a quarterly print publication and online platform which documents contemporary visual art and other aspects of contemporary life within Los Angeles California.
VIA Publications is now accepting submissions for Issue 02 and are open to many forms of content: essays, photography and text, interviews, reviews, and bodies of work.
All written submissions should relate to contemporary art, music, and food culture in or around Los Angeles.

Please submit a 500 word proposal, supporting images and a writing sample to info@viapublication.com

Deadline for submissions: September 3, 2013

Publication date: Fall/Winter 2013

Artist Resource: Gratis PDF of Art Magazines and Blogs


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Gratis resource list of Art Magazines, art blogs, and arts publications, photography magazines, and design magazines for artists to submit to increase visibility: https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=ilew9IA0R9UUIcXjF8ocRw

What’s different about Get Inspired Magazine?

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What’s different about Get Inspired Magazine? You upload an image of your art and it is published immediately!

Size your jpeg to their specifications–that is Please resize your image to 1024 pixels wide before uploading! Complete the form, upload your sized jpeg and your art is published immediately along with your website link. Or, you can upload your art video. How cool is that?!

Wanna do it? Share your work here. 

View Get Inspired Magazine — http://getinspiredmagazine.com/e-mag/ 

Find more art magazines and blogs to submit your art to here, on our extensive resource list of art magazines provided free courtesy of Artist Marketing Resources.

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Artwall Issue No47 w/Artist Marketing Resources Ad On Back Cover

A new issue of ArtWall Magazine is out with my ad placed on the back cover. Thanks to Mona Moon, Editor and all the magazine staff. View the entire issue online here: http://www.artwallzine.com/gianfranco-chiarini-culinary-art-n47