Video interview in Amadeus magazine.
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Just received today–
Peripheral ARTeries is looking for artists to be featured in the new special Biennial Edition of their art publication, that comes to its 8th edition. This opportunity is great for both established and early career artists who need a boost to their artist portfolio. Accordingly, worldwide artists at any career-stage can submit their works. Peripheral ARTeries is an artists led project aiming to facilitate artists connecting with each other as well to general and specialized public.
The 8th edition will once again explore and show current trends and tendencies in Contemporary Art: Peripheral ARTeries cultivates a spirit of openness through a unique collaborative and participatory approach.
There are no entry fees: and each artist may submit a maximum of three works or projects made in any technique:
Video Art & Short Film
Fine Art Photography
This opportunity to all proposed forms of art and media and it will focus on works which cause people to reflect on the larger community and a kind of art capable of challenging the viewers’ traditional perspective on art itself.
application form: https://form.jotform.com/artcall/arteries2017
more information http://peripheralarteries.yolasite.com/
Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe you’re feeling a bit rusty after taking time off during the holiday season and now you’re eager to reset and restarted in the new year with new ideas and new plans for your art. Many people have mixed feelings right now–during the first week or two of a new year–and you may too. Some may feel eager and optimistic, even wistfully hopeful for the months ahead, while others tend to be more earth-bound in their expectations.
Right now could be a good time for a reality check and a little tough love, especially when it comes to where and how best to place your efforts when it comes to promoting your art.
Here are some thoughts on getting off to a good start in 2017!
So you want more visibility for your work in 2017! Great goal! How do you spend your time wisely to reach your goals?
While, yes, there are plenty of art magazines and blogs that will feature your work at no cost, do you really know how and where to find all the best opportunities for your work? And, by the way, what is the best way to show your art to magazine editors? How many art galleries accepting submissions could you find on your own and how long would it take you and at what cost? What valuable opportunities are you missing out on in the meantime?
Plan to use your money and time wisely and effectively in 2017
The internet has powerful search tools that cost you little more than your time, the cost of a computer, and the price of an internet connection. But, is spending hours and hours of your time searching online wearing you down and discouraging you? It can get pretty dull day after day, and confusing–just how do you organize what you’ve found?
The True Costs
Have you really calculated how much an hour of your time is worth and then multiplied your hourly worth and expenses by the total number of hours spent searching? Wouldn’t you rather be spending your time making more art and getting it out to the best opportunities as quickly as possible? Also the time you spend searching online may be time better spent developing your pitch and actually getting your CV, Artist Statement and artwork images out to be viewed and reviewed.
And how about your jpeg images — are they professionally labeled for submissions? That alone can take hours of your time.
We’ve understood all of these things for a very long time! Artist Marketing Resources recently celebrated its 8 year anniversary providing artists with information resources and opportunities. That’s right, we’ve spent the past eight years compiling valuable resources for artists, working with artists, and helping artists understand how best to present their work.
Now here’s where the reality check and tough love come in.
Why do what others have already done and are making available to you?
If you really think that you can go online and find hundreds and even thousands of opportunities for your art in an afternoon or two of online searching then you are just not being realistic. You couldn’t get that accomplished in weeks or months even. You may not be spending your time productively. You may be caught up in what is known as busy work. You work hard every day but you are just not sure that you are engaged in the right efforts to reach your goals. By not calculating your true cost in time and total long-term expenses you may be spending your time, energy, and resources where they are least effective. How many valuable opportunities are you missing out on while placing your efforts in the wrong place at the wrong time?
Don’t re-do thousands of hours!
We’ve already spent thousands of hours doing the research for you and we want to share that information, to help you. We want you to put your valuable time and other resources toward your creative work. We’ve already spent thousands of hours organizing resources to help you cut back on your expenses. Don’t repeat our efforts!
Calculate Your True Costs
Realistically, why not calculate what an hour of your time is worth–give yourself an hourly salary amount of $25-35, and add your hourly internet connection cost + the cost of computer use + overhead + utilities. That’s how any business calculates their expenses.
( If you are not familiar with the term overhead–it’s just that–how much does it cost for you to use the space, or to have the roof over your head, while you use your computer and do your research? That includes calculating the square footage of your office space, and the corresponding percentage amount of your rent or mortgage payment, insurance, property taxes, utilities, furniture, equipment and any other expense involved for you to use that space.)
If you can immediately cut those expenses and research time down to a fraction, wouldn’t you do that?
That’s what we are offering you.
We’re sharing thousands of hours of research at a fraction of the cost of to you and at a fraction of what others would charge if they had our resources. Yes, we’ve been told that an e-list sold by others for $150 only contains listings for art galleries in one country–Italy.
Our e-list of art galleries is a fraction of the price and contains extensive galleries listings within all 50 states in the US and extensive listings of art galleries in countries Internationally. Plus our e-list resource contains gallery submission guidelines and policies–highlighted in red so they are easy to find. Our art gallery e-list consists of over 560 pages and approximately 10, 000 art gallery listings.
We also offer an extensive resource e-list of art licensing companies and their submission guidelines, a resource e-list of art magazines and publishers, other of our resource e-lists feature print sales opportunities, photography agents and sales venues, and another on art consultants. And if you need help with your submissions we have an ebook guide, and offer one-on-one services.
Again the question we asked at the outset–How many art galleries accepting submissions could you find on your own and how long would it take you and at what cost? What valuable opportunities are you missing out on in the meantime? Plan to use your money and time wisely and effectively in 2017 by letting us help you.
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A neighbor, who runs every morning, mentioned seeing wild turkeys in a certain area. So I took notice while driving one morning and saw seven wild turkeys in a farmer’s field near some woods. Since then I see wild turkeys everywhere–I’ve even had them in my yard. It’s kind of interesting how we notice things the more we start looking for them and are more open to seeing what others point out to us. Many photographers know that the more they look the more they see to photograph.
All artists who start looking for opportunities for their art–whether it’s for features in art magazines and art blogs, or for the best print sales venues– find many more great opportunities using our resources. Or if you are an artist wishing to connect with art dealers, art consultants and gallerists–our extensive e-lists will save you time narrowing down the best venues for your fine art and photography.
I shop at a local grocery store that offers Buy-One-Get-One-Free items, and I appreciate that! So I’m making the same offer to artists.
Artist Marketing Resources continues to compile and update our extensive e-lists of information for artists– such as, our e-list of art consultants available here and e-list of art magazines (as well as other resource for artists): photography e-list, and places to sell your art here–all newly updated!
One listing in our Art Magazines resources e-list is a cross-over listing, since it is both an art magazine and a San Francisco based art gallery that accepts artist submissions. Not only that, but they are currently seeking film photography submissions of images–crossing over, yet again, into our Photography resources e-list.
It’s a big job, but we are at work continually researching and updating our resource e-lists for artists and photographers–when you purchase via our Webs store you have access to the iCloud share file version which is continually updated. I you purchase via our GUMROAD shop you will receive updated versions of the PDF and Word files every few months.
Right now, if you make a purchase an e-list or e-book in either of our online stores, you can get a free e-book or e-list of your choice–BUY ONE GET ONE FREE
Just let us know what you want and where to send it–using this Contact Form:
Artists–When you see a really great artist feature online do you wonder how to get your art featured?
I’ve had many years experience submitting my own writing and art to magazines (and getting published), as well as working on behalf of artists to get their art submitted and published. Sometimes, I assume that all artists know how to make a submission. Well, maybe not completely–after all I did write an ebook guide for artists on how to make submissions— available here.
What I found out recently, especially for very young artists with lesser experience, is that many artists just don’t know how to get their art into magazines–online or in print!
I’m Not Passing Judgement But I Want to Help
To help artists find publications that will feature their work, I’ve spent years compiling a sharable e-list of art magazines. Each art magazine in this e-list has a link to the publication’s website. What I’ve recently discovered, especially for those very young artists again and also artists who love the seclusion of private time in their studios, is that many artists just don’t know how to use my e-list! (They have less difficulty with my e-list of art galleries, art consultants, and other resources for artists).
Some artists don’t seem to understanding that when they find an art magazine that they’d like to see their work in, that they need to read that magazine’s submission guidelines. What I’m finding out is that some artists don’t know where or how to look for the submission guidelines and how to make submissions to magazines. (There are art magazines that make it super simple with a big SUBMIT button on their site, but many do not.)
So what should artists do?
If you are new to submitting your work to art magazines and blogs, my advice is to start out with the easy ones that features artists selected from submissions of a few low resolution images. Submit to a few of those and once you begin to learn the process of making submissions your understanding will expand and grow.
To make it easier for artists to use my art magazine e-list I’ve made it super simple by adding submission details to each magazine listing. So, if a magazine has a specific submission procedure–such as– submit 3 image of your art to email@submit(dot) co– I’ve included that all spelled-out for that magazine in the alphabetical listings of my e-list. If the submission guidelines aren’t too long I’ve include them and/or a direct link to where you can read those guidelines. For more advanced submissions the art publication listing will contain the editor’s contact information and other details or a link to where you can find them. (Some art magazines have a huge long list of editor’s names and email addresses).
If you feel you need some help that’s fine–it never hurts to ask–just let me know! Right now, I’m offering a free email consultation to any artist who purchases my E-list of Art Magazines and Art Blogs. Get it here and here and then let me know your questions and how I can help. Review the e-list, select a few art magazines that you’d like to see your work in — then we can talk about how to make your submissions to those magazines. Email Marie: MarieKazalia@gmail.com
Buy Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources E-list on @Gumroad here for a Word file or PDF version of the e-list.
Buy it here for an iCloud Share file of the Art Magazines, Art Publications Resources e-list.
Why get your art into magazines?
Some artists are puzzled and think having a website is enough. Really? I’m not passing judgement, but I am trying to understand why some artists just don’t get it. Then I’m offering to help in any way I can.
A magazine feature gives you credibility with art collectors, art galleries, art consultants, interior designers and other arts professionals. There are art gallerists who will expect to see your print magazine and online art features–that is, they expect you to have some publication credits in your CV (Curriculum Vitae or résumé )! Simply put, if you have publication credits then that shows that others (editors and publishers) are interested in your work, consider you a professional artist who is doing interesting and newsworthy work and want to work with you.
Think about these things, submit your art, get some features and then you will understand. An artist feature also brings visitors to your website, gives you some news to share in your newsletter and on social media.
So again, If you feel you need some help, that’s fine–it never hurts to ask–just let me know! Right now, I’m offering a free email consultation to any artist who purchases my E-list of Art Magazines and Blogs. Buy it here and here then let me know your questions and what you need help with. Review the e-list, select a few art magazines that you’d like to see you work in — then we can talk about how to make your submissions to those magazines. Email Marie: MarieKazalia@gmail.com
I’ve been telling artists for years to submit their work! So I felt validated by a great master when I read this quote–
“Think up ideas for stories, go out and shoot them, and then send them in to the magazines. I was lucky; I figured that out when I was young.” Stanley Kubrick
This great, important and successful filmmaker started out as a photographer and unknown. He got his start by submitting his work and getting it into magazine.
This applies to all artists working in all materials and styles — you should be submitting your work to appropriate art magazines, art consultants, art galleries, interior designers, and art licensing companies.
I wrote and published an e-book guide to help artists make submissions (available here) and e-lists of resources to help artists quickly and easily find the best places submit their work. I continue to compile my extensive and growing e-list of art and design magazines where you can submit your work for a feature (available here), and an e-list of links to over 5,000 USA and international art galleries (here), an e-list of art consultants (here) and art licensing companies (here). Plus specialized e-lists of print sales sites (here) and photography agents and resources (here).
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SUPER MASSIVE BLACK HOLE IS EXPANDING IN 2016– SEEKING NEW WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS TO JOIN THEM IN SOURCING AND CREATING ORIGINAL AND UNIQUE CONTENT FOR THEIR WEBSITE, BLOG AND SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS.
They are seeking people passionate about contemporary photography and have something different to say about modern image culture.
So if you are a critic, historian, curator, educator or artist with ideas for a regular or short-run feature that you think will suit the style of Super Massive Black Hole magazine then get in touch here. Regardless of form, they will entertain the wild, weird and wonderful.
SINCE IT WAS FOUNDED IN 2009, THE SUPER MASSIVE BLACK HOLE FREE DIGITAL MAGAZINE, BLOG AND WEBSITE HAVE SHOWCASED THE WORK OF MANY LEADING AND EMERGING TALENTS WORKING WITH PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY. WHETHER IT IS FINE ART OR DOCUMENTARY, DIGITAL OR ANALOGUE, PORTRAIT, LANDSCAPE OR STILL LIFE, FOCUSING ON THE BEST FROM THE OVERLOOKED, UNRECOGNISED AND THE UP-AND-COMING INTRODUCING THE UNIQUE WORK OF HUNDREDS OF ARTISTS TO NEW AUDIENCES.
There is no fee to apply for this $1,000. photography grant and all photographers may apply internationally here.
Platform or Platvorm is a print magazine which has its headquarters in the Netherlands. Platform describes itself as “an open call art magazine where artists are in control.” Artists create their own magazine spreads about their own work, resulting (hopefully) in diverse and original content. Participation is free!
Find out more here.
Platform published their second issue December 2015, so now is the time to contact them to get your work into their forthcoming spring issue.
Find our huge E-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Artist Directories for $29.95 on here.
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.
Artists, ArtSquare helps you get high-resolution, print-ready image files of your artwork and store them in a convenient image portfolio storage platform. It’s free to store your portfolio images on the ArtSquare site. Then, when you need to get one or more images digitized into high-resolution files for Giclee printing, art licensing products, or for art prints on canvas, paper, or metal, the ArtSquare site connects you with an affordable source.
ArtSquare offers 100% Artist Protection guarantee while sourcing local services near you.
This resources allows you to get high-resolution images of your art made from your existing photos, for as low as $15, and without having to physically take your art in to be scanned (which often costs $100 or more).
This is such a valuable resource for artists that Artist Marketing Resources is sharing the link with you today.
ArtSquare offers artists a portfolio and secure storage vault for art images.
Once you have your high-resolution images of your art, you will find many platforms for print sales on paper, canvas, on fashion clothing items and home products on our Artist Print Sales Sites and Resources here: http://selz.co/1AbFGM9
Many art magazines and publications require high-resolution images as well–find Art Magazines, art blogs, art publication resources e-list here: http://selz.co/1AbjqlA
Image above courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Drips of cyan, magenta, yellow, black printers ink below courtesy of Idea go at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Generosity pays, according some who have adopted a pay what you wish model for their e-books, even calling this the future model for e-commerce e-books, and said to that holds such virtues as increased income and a new method for determining one’s full target market.
THIS IS A BOLD EXPERIMENT!
Keep in mind that I’ve put a lot of work into these resources for artists and continually work to update them!
That’s right, I’m giving everyone reading this the opportunity to obtain the Artist Marketing Resources e-book guide for artists and all e-list resources–art galleries, art consultants, art magazines, art prints, art licensing, Photography Resources, art sales sites, and the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook — for whatever amount you wish to pay!
This is supposed to make everyone happy, result in more money overall and other rewards. We’ll see what happens! I’ll report back next month.
Apollo TV which is based in Berlin, Germany and has dynamic art videos from art fairs, exhibitions and visual artists in their studios, is actively inviting international artists to become contributors! Submit to Apollo TV!
Apollo TV is actively seeking collaborators to feature. Just submit your work – whether it’s photos, raw video footage or ready-made content, their creative post-production team will package it up to make into artful television.
Apollo TV has millions of viewers and works Artists, Designers, Curators, Architects, Innovators, Gallerists, Museums and more.
Here are three recent additions to our resource e-list of art magazines which you can find here.
We continually add new art magazines to the expanding categories of our e-list, which provides opportunities for artists at all career levels–
ArtAscent, a journal of fine art and literature, has ongoing theme-based Calls for Artist Submissions with the current theme of Hauntings. Submissions may be in the form of various media, including paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, poems, stories, and more. ArtAscent promotes their magazine as a place to discover international emerging and indie artists. Submit now to the international call for artists and call for writers. Selected artists and writers will feature in the ArtAscent international art magazine and the online exhibition artists directory.
Savant Garde is a new online publication based in New York City that documents the developments in Outsider art in the USA and beyond. They are dedicated to curating, electronically publishing, and developing an online archive of outsider art. Since they are new, some of their options to be featured or sell in their online store are still under development. On the Savant Garde site, scroll to the very bottom to click on menu options and read the current offerings or to contact someone about your art.
Get the Artist Marketing Resources 100+ page e-list of Art Magazines, art blogs, art publications here: http://selz.co/1AbjqlA
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Here is a list of some resources for artists:
NEOPRIME Fine Arts museum quality fine art photography prints–an international fine art label of online sales based in Germany.
Photographer Resources here.
Creative Scoops — scroll down on this site until you see *Suggest Something* far left. Click to submit.
Art Magazines here.
bohemianizm features artists and accepts artist submissions via their site form.
Art Print Sales here.
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Part of the research we do for our Artist Marketing Resources articles includes trying out various sales platforms for ourselves. Generally we are interested in online galleries, artist print sales sites, art licensing platforms, art magazines and art apps.
We’ve known about Fiverr for a few years now, and after hearing of creative people making as much as $47,000 per year on the Fiverr site from sales of their creative services, we decided to give it a try for ourselves. So we’re taking it for a test drive–perhaps rather skeptically at first!