Creating purpose in isolationPhotography by Jamie LukeReadThis is our time to prove that arts organisations are there for them even in the most adverse of times. Here's how running a competition can help support our communities now in isolation, give our team a shared purpose and ensure, that when our doors open once again, our audiences return to us and our funders are inspired to continue supporting us. Building inclusivity into your call outArt by Juliana Bernal JaramilloReadInclusion is often mentioned, but difficult to get right across all of your processes. Here is a brief guide on what to watch out for when running a call out. Writing Engaging GuidelinesImage by Llew MejiaReadWriting clear guidelines can make or break your competition. A lack of information could lead to the wrong content being submitted, too much, and candidates may skip it. Here are a few lessons we’ve learnt from hosting open calls. The Art of Engaging & PlacemakingArt by Brianna McCarthyReadThis short guide highlights steps to better engage with your communities (team, stakeholders, clients, residents) through creative commissions. The best sites to list your art competition onArt by Susan BoyleReadGetting 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. Imagery to get your competition attentionArt by Tzu-Chun ChangReadIn 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.