Create! Magazine Call for Women Artists

Create! Magazine Call for Women Artists

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, January 27, 2019

Create! Magazine is pleased to announce an international open call for women artists.
They are passionate about highlighting work by contemporary women (identifying as women) creatives and are dedicating the entire march edition to this group.

Let’s celebrate and provide opportunities for women in the arts!

Submit your work for a chance to be published and pass this opportunity along to a woman artist in your life.

Our community is full of incredible inspiring women artists that Create! Magazine is thrilled to feature in their March 2019 print edition.

JURY PANEL: CREATE! MAGAZINE TEAM

Ekaterina Popova: Artist, Curator, Podcaster, Editor and Founder of Create! Magazine

Alicia Puig: Curator, Art Historian and Director of Business Operations at Create! Magazine

Shelby McFadden: Artist, Designer and Editor of Pikchur Magazine

Christina Nafziger: Arts Writer, Journalist and Gallery Assistant

WHERE TO FIND: Copies will be available in their online shop and at several global retail locations in London, New York, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Philadelphia, Wilmington (DE), and more.

SUBMISSION FEE: $30 (non-refundable)

ELIGIBILITY: All international artists 18 and older who are women or identify as a woman are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation and more.

SELECTED ARTISTS: Artists selected by the guest juror will receive a 2-page spread including a brief bio, website, and 2 images in print and digital formats. Published artists will receive a complimentary digital issue and will be listed with images, details and information on their website/social media for life. All featured artists will automatically be considered for any upcoming curatorial projects and exhibitions organized by Create!’s team.

Deadline: January 27, 2019

Submit at: createmagazine.com/callforart

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they realize the sculptured material is simply thread.
Carla J Fisher
Carla J Fisher

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life.…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they…

Eric Toscano's work is the result of an instinctual reaction to materials through using appropriated images, found objects, and nontraditional media juxtaposed in a way that resonate an ongoing inner dialogue.
Eric Toscano
Eric Toscano

Eric Toscano's work is the result of an instinctual reaction to materials through using appropriated images, found objects,…

Eric Toscano's work is the result of an instinctual reaction to materials through using appropriated images, found objects, and nontraditional media juxtaposed in a way that resonate an ongoing inner…

Eric Toscano's work is the result of an instinctual reaction to materials through using appropriated images, found objects, and nontraditional media juxtaposed in a way that resonate an ongoing inner dialogue.…

Leslie Atik
Leslie Atik
Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using a variety of mediums, including ceramic sculpture, installations, and printmaking. As a curator, her clients are colleges, universities, museums and not profit spaces. Her curatorial projects incorporate international, national, and regional artists in creative and original presentations.
Cheryl B. Harper
Cheryl B. Harper

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using…

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using a variety of mediums, including ceramic sculpture, installations, and printmaking.…

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using a variety of mediums, including ceramic sculpture, installations, and printmaking. As a curator,…

Colorful, minimalist  still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture.  Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light and shadow are key elements in these abstracted scenes of everyday life.  Working over multiple sessions result in traces of previous versions and iterations which allow the viewer to engage in the work on multiple levels.
Melissa Husted-Sherman
Melissa Husted-Sherman

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light…

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