5 Websites To Find Your Next Big Opportunity

Looking for the next big opportunity? We’ve got you!

There are so many websites available nowadays which will allow you to have all the necessary knowledge about the art world, along with new opportunities and resources for artists & creatives.

So, with this new article, we have made a compilation of 5 websites that every artist should know about for all art opportunities & resources.

1.Arts To Hearts Project

Arts To Hearts Project Is Dedicated To Create A Safe & Inclusive Space For Artists. Creating Community, Providing Support, Opportunities & Resources. Our mission is to help artists navigate their careers & life as creative. Helping fellow artists is our passion. Our goal is to create a welcoming community through our initiatives.

2. The Art Guide

TheArtGuide.com is designed to support, promote and encourage the growth of art and the spirit of creativity through viewer-shared comments, images, and posts of the current art information. We combine many of the country’s most successful art organizations, museums, local galleries, and artists into one comprehensive internet resource of up-to-date listings for Exhibitions, Events, and Calls for Entry. At no cost, our members are welcome to post a variety of art activities regionally, nationally, and now internationally.

3. ArtDeadline.Com

Since 1994 ArtDeadine.Com and the Access Arts® Network have been dedicated to the worldwide distribution of information for artists and contemporary art institutions. Our publications span subscription-based local, national, and international newsletters and magazines; internet-based art and artist publications for the professional community; art news networks, and other artist advocacy and promotion services. Access Arts® believes that the arts are an important and innate part of the human experience, it enriches our personal life and the life of our communities. Without “art”, without an avenue to express our most basic needs and share in its community, we cannot fully develop as a person or as a culture. Insofar that barriers and exclusion from such experiences exist as a result of prejudice, economic factors, environmental and/or behavioral conditions, we feel a special responsibility as a member of the art community to provide support for initiatives that “makes the arts accessible for all”.

4. ArtRabbit

ArtRabbit is an independent digital art platform for promoting, discovering, and appreciating contemporary art and visual culture. Born out of a love for contemporary art and a lack of resources for finding art events, our hope was and still is, to get people everywhere to experience more art. We want to make art as accessible as possible. For those who love art, this means making art easier to find. For those who have yet to fall in love with art, this means making it less daunting to step into an art space. And for those who work with art, this means having access to powerful tools to help you share, promote, and educate about art and your programs, enabling you to do even more with your art.

5. Artjobs

Artjobs.com is the largest “Open Calls” and job listing site for the arts & creative industries. Our mission is to help companies and organizations grow with our services and help our candidates secure their future in the Arts & Creative Industries. We are also greatly dedicated to helping independent artists by offering them a chance to promote their work on our platform and secure more opportunities.

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Charuka Arora

Charuka Arora is a creator at heart. An Artists, designer, podcaster & founder of Arts To Hearts Project. She is Internationally recognised artist
 known for her hand crafted Indian embellished collages & paintings.
Her work has been featured in several international worldwide blogs and publications, including create magazine, candy floss magazine, Fad magazine, The Jealous Curator, visionary art collective, art mums united, Indian artists book of colour to name a few.

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