Getting your art competition seen by as many people as possible is always key to bringing in more submissions. Taking a little time to list it on external sites is always a great way to increase exposure. To save you time here are the top sites you can market your call on.
Artist and Illustrator Lewis Darley is the winner of the Cass Art Award and the Batsford Prize 2019. His winning project "Dirt" is a graphic novel which explores the whimsical tale of Percy and Sue as they navigate a series of unusual predicaments.
In 2014, Zealous Stories: Drawing winner, Lee John Phillips realised the potential of his late grandfather’s shed as a creative resource. Ensnared by the miscellaneous trinkets that he uncovered, Lee has dedicated his time to meticulously cataloguing the jam jars, screws, nuts and bolts that were left behind.
Navigating the world of social media is not a simple feat. With an abundance of tips and tricks at our fingertips, it’s no wonder it has become a growing concern for emerging creatives. For those grappling with the ever-evolving trends, this article aims to help you find the perfect balance between online promotion and creative preservation.
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In an increasingly fast-paced world, getting attention to your competition is difficult. Using the right imagery plays a huge part in making users notice you and eventually submit to your opportunity. This guide will take you through 6 tips that will help you get you the most exposure you can from the imagery you use.
From classical music ensembles to London Craft Week panels, there’s plenty of creativity in the air this month. If you’re looking to soak up some culture, the search ends here. We’ve compiled our top-picks to elevate your calendar, so go ahead and pencil in these must-sees for May.
Zealous Stories: Digital winners, Andrej Boleslavský and Mária Júdová have been investigating the creative potential of technology for over a decade. Their work combines the exploration of technologically informed dance practices with participatory performances, body movement, time and space.