CALL FOR ART
ALL SHE MAKES x ARTS TO HEARTS
Women are often subjected to a gaze which shapes their identity. This gaze is from men, other women, and society at large which makes a woman feel conscious about herself. It signifies a woman to be The Other as she is excluded from the community. The theme for the exhibition is this ‘gaze’, of being a woman, a woman of colour, a person identifying as a woman, an outsider, and any other way of depicting hierarchy.
Our goal is to document multiple varied voices leading to a strong single female voice by showcasing various perspectives/experiences of defining this “Gaze”. This exhibit with international womxn artists is an attempt to construct a visual and vocal message with the support of art & women artists. Documentation of ‘the gaze’ that has stopped them, broken them, hurt them, and also set the fire in them to come forward.
About All SHE Makes:
All SHE Makes is a global organization working towards increasing visibility for women artists. Launched in January 2020 as a global artist directory now with over 600 artists, All SHE Makes collaborated on numerous art exhibits and created a Scholarship Fund to extend monetary help to artists in need. All SHE Makes offers support through community events, career advice, and provides publishing opportunities via their new international art magazine.
About the Curator:
Svitlana was born and raised in the beautiful western capital region of Rivne, Ukraine. She is an artist, founder, and CEO of all SHE makes – an online directory increasing visibility for women artists worldwide. Svitlana moved to the United States where she completed her education in Fine Art, Psychology, and Strategic Management. Inspired by the human mind and with a fascination for nature, Svitlana is a traveler at heart and appreciates experience through interaction and exploring the complexities of diversity in people. Currently works and resides in Michigan, USA. To know more, check her website www.svitlanas.com.
About Arts To Hearts Project:
Our passion is to help fellow women artists with a goal to create a welcoming community through our initiatives. Our projects include The ATH Club, ATH Newsletter, Heart Talks (interviews with artists), Heart Notes (Guest writers for blog), and now, The Arts To Hearts Podcast. We promote artists on our website, social media and connect them to multiple opportunities and gallery exhibitions. The Newsletter is released monthly in a digital format. Each beautifully crafted edition features inspiring interviews, perspectives, and advice from the top creative professionals.
We dedicate the publication to a variety of artists selected by guest curators through our calls for art and artists. We regularly feature submissions and strive to promote the work from all communities, geographies, and artistic styles. Arts to Hearts Project has been featured by Create! Magazine, The Art Queens, Art Mums united, and guests in our project include Ekaterina Popova, Brandi Hofer, Halie Torris, and many more!
REQUIREMENTS & ELIGIBILITY
We welcome womxn artists, or artists who identify as women, and/or non-binary from all countries and nationality to apply with works in any medium including painting, sculptures, printmaking, and more. Artists who are willing to engage in candid and transparent conversations. We want to bring women artists who are ready to share their journey, their learnings, talk about their brightest moments and vulnerable sides to be a part of this project.
If your work is selected by our guest curator, you will be a part of an Online Exhibition and few selected artists will be a part of All SHE Makes’ #3 Print Issue in the Fall of 2021. The Online Exhibit will include your artist biography, artist statement, website, social media handles, and two images. Published artists will be sent a complimentary digital issue and will be listed as a participating artist in your issue on Arts To Hearts Project and All SHE Makes’ Website, Newsletter and Social Media. We also promote artists individually via the blog and social media posts. All featured artists will automatically be considered for any upcoming curatorial projects, not limited to art fairs, exhibitions, and gallery projects organized by our team.
All artists will be notified of the final decision by Mid-August, 2021. If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time.
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER
Entry Deadline: July 21st, 2021, 11:59 pm EST.
All artists will be notified of the decision by the mid of August, 2021. If your application is selected, you will receive further information at that time.
SUBMISSION INFORMATION TO REMEMBER
• Submission fee is $35 for the Exhibition (non-refundable)*
• Artist Bio word limit is 300
• Artist Statement word limit is 300
• Number of Artworks that can be added is 3
*What is my fee used for?
Arts To Hearts Project is an organization run by independent artists and artists who are motivated to build a community. The application fee will fund in the organization of podcasts, running the platform, backend expenses, and bringing in curators for the show.
Once an artist is selected, they will not be required to pay any additional fees.
By applying for Call for Art, you enable us to provide opportunities and support artists, curators, writers, designers, and creators on their journey.
If you cannot afford the fee due to financial reasons, we will be happy to try to accommodate you. Kindly email us at email@example.com. Additionally, you are welcome to submit to our free blog as an Artist Feature. Your efforts are highly valued.
Arts To Hearts Project and All She Makes reserve the right to use images of the artwork, and all the required documents on their website and social media. By submitting artwork via this call, the artist agrees to the terms outlined above. Artist retains full copyright of the work. Images will not be used by Arts To Hearts Project and All She Makes aside from the Exhibit, Website, Social Media accounts, and Newsletters.
Submitting artwork to the artist Interview branch of our website requires a nonrefundable fee of $35. A submission fee does not guarantee that your work will be selected.