There is a market for Social and Political work - join in
Deadline: 15/11/2020 | Published: 21/09/2020 | SEAS - socially engaged art salon
Is your work is social/political? Do you have a website / online shop from which you sell it? If yes, we would like to promote your work at our Xmas exhibition. Free admission, no commission but places are limited. Apply now.
One of Socially Engaged Art Salon's main objectives is to promote social and political art. Therefore, for the festive season, we invite artists who produce social/political work - who sale their work online (via Facebook, website, online shop, on-demand shop etc) to exhibit with us.
Any media and topics are welcome but we are particularly interested in graphic design, photography, agitprops and works by carftivists on issues such as racial justice, social justice, human rights, the environment, LGBT rights, feminist work and intersectionality.
We will host up to 20 artists and offer PR support as well as hosting an online exhibition, directing visitors to your online artist shop.
SEAS will not charge any fees for applications or for the exhibition and won't take a commission and all financial transaction will be from your own existing on-line shop.
BIPOC, LGBTQ, disabled artists are encouraged to submit work.
We are afraid that as we are a team of 2 and the last exhibition we received 150 applications so we may not be able to respond to all entries.
Please see our previous exhibition on https://www.seasbrighton.org
a 150-word artist statement and a 100-word bio
all your social media site and @
a link to your online shop
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