A short guide on how long you should keep submissions open for, how long you should give judges and when you should be making your selection.
Leading London contemporary art gallery, Curious Duke (CDG), have chosen Zealous to power their annual Secret Art Prize. Founded by Eleni Duke, the gallery has cemented its position in the UK art scene with artists showcased at leading art fairs, taken to the airwaves on BBC radio and featured in London’s press as well as top art publications such as After Nyne.
Essence of Essex was a free public competition launched during ‘Martin Parr: Work and Leisure’, the first major photography exhibition to be held at Firstsite Gallery, Colchester, UK. The competition brief asked Photographers to capture the essence of Essex. Submissions were accepted on Zealous for three months, with multiple rounds of judging including the Firstsite team, a public vote opened to Essex residents and Martin Parr.
From making sure your imagery and logos look great when sharing on social media to inviting judges to review your submissions, we compiled our 7 top tips to help boost the amount of submissions you get for your next opportunity.
This guide was compiled to give you a quick overview of GDPR, keeping it as simple and relevant to you as possible, with links to further information should you wish to delve deeper into the world of General Data Protection Regulation.
Running an open call? We've put together a guide of the best tools you have at your disposal, and how to use them to ensure quality submissions.
Zealous is jam-packed with loads of features and functions to help you maximise your submissions. Here’s how to make the most of your open call.