Create! Magazine Print Issue #33 | Call For Art

Create! Magazine Print Issue #33 | Call For Art

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Artists are invited to submit their work to a new juried call for entries for the Create! Magazine Print Issue #33. They are proud to present their incredible guest curator for this issue, Dina Brodsky.

Guest Curator: Dina Brodsky

Dina Brodsky is a contemporary realist miniaturist, painter, educator, and curator. She lives and works in New York City. She has taught privately and in several institutions, including the Castle Hill Center for the Arts, the Long Island Academy of Fine Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Dina is also the host of Art Grind Podcast and curator for Thinking with Paper and has over 600,000 followers on Instagram, as of May 2022.

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Morgan Thomas Shankweiler
Morgan Thomas Shankweiler
A native of Philadelphia, PA, Constance McBride relocated to the Southwest in 2002 and for 16 years, observations of the desert made a transformative impact on her professional practice as a research-based visual artist. Her work addresses the human condition in relation to nature while putting an emphasis on the issues most experienced by women.
Constance McBride
Constance McBride

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Constance McBride relocated to the Southwest in 2002 and for 16 years, observations of the…

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Constance McBride relocated to the Southwest in 2002 and for 16 years, observations of the desert made a transformative impact on her professional practice as a research-based…

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Constance McBride relocated to the Southwest in 2002 and for 16 years, observations of the desert made a transformative impact on her professional practice as a research-based visual artist.…

Injoo Whang
Injoo Whang
Colleen Brand
Colleen Brand
My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature twist. As I refer to my most sacred toys, I try to evoke universal images. There is a compelling irony as I create symbolic toys, which ask to be touched and manipulated, from glass, an extremely fragile material. I manipulate glass, recycle and integrate it with well-worn artifacts from the past, which are often perceived as useless in today's culture. This gives discarded items renewed purpose. As we interact tentatively with these objects they take us back to our most early memories while connecting us to other societies and eras.
Paula Mandel
Paula Mandel

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature…

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature twist. As I refer to my most sacred toys, I try to evoke universal images.…

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature twist. As I refer to my most sacred toys, I try to evoke universal images. There is a compelling…

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