Create! Magazine Winter 2020 Print Issue Call for Art

Create! Magazine Winter 2020 Print Issue Call for Art

This Deadline Expired: Monday, December 2, 2019

International Winter Edition 2020

CREATE! MAGAZINE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AN OPEN CALL FOR THE WINTER 2020 EDITION.

Artists are welcome to submit work in any medium, style, or theme to issue #19, which will launch by February 2020 and will be available in international shop locations.

GUEST CURATORS FOR ISSUE 19

ALEXIS YUEN
Art Advisor and Founder of The Art Diplomat

MARIE-ODILE FALAIS
Art Historian, Influencer, & Gallery Manager

Create! Magazine is an independent contemporary arts magazine focused on highlighting the work of talented emerging and mid-career creatives from across the globe. We are pleased to announce our next call for artists for a custom designed two-page spread in our publication (both print & digital) that will feature your artist biography, website, and two images of your artwork.

SELECTED ARTISTS: If your work is selected, you will receive a custom designed two-page spread in both the print and digital versions of the magazine that will include your artist biography, website, and two images. Published artists will be sent a complimentary digital issue and will be listed as a participating artist in your issue on both our website and social media. We also promote artists individually via blog and social media posts that reach over 125,000 total followers worldwide.

To learn more on how to submit your work to this open call, please visit:

https://createmagazine.com/callforart

Kimberly Camp
rod jones ii
Jazmyn Crosby
Howard Silberthau

Howard Silberthau, an abstract artist who strives to capture both the universal nature of things and the pedestrian, oftentimes…

Howard Silberthau, an abstract artist who strives to capture both the universal nature of things and the pedestrian, oftentimes by utilizing the grid, the repetitive nature of letters, and the stripe.…

Howard Silberthau, an abstract artist who strives to capture both the universal nature of things and the pedestrian, oftentimes by utilizing the grid, the repetitive nature of letters, and the stripe.…

Roberta Massuch
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