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In conversation - Artist Interviews

Insights of an Eco Artist is excited to announce a special opportunity tailored to artists who are deeply passionate about the environment and committed to driving change through their artistic expression. We present "In Conversation," a series of interviews that will showcase your journey, artistry, and commitment to ecological causes.

Selected artists will be interviewed by Joana Alarcão, the founder of Insights of an Eco Artist, who is not only an artist but also a curator with a deep commitment to promoting art as a means of effecting positive change. These interviews aim to shine a light on your artistic career and delve into how your creative interventions play a vital role in raising ecological awareness and promoting change.We eagerly anticipate your submissions and look forward to unveiling your remarkable journey and work in our "In Conversation" series.

Submission Details:

  • Eligibility: This open call is open to artists of all backgrounds, working in various mediums and styles, as long as their work engages with ecological themes. Your art should reflect your dedication to ecological justice and sustainability.

  • Global Participation: We invite artists from every corner of the world to submit their work.

  • Returning Artists: If you have previously been featured or interviewed by us, you are welcome to submit new works.

Submission Process:

  • Submission Fee: FREE Submission for applicants.

  • Selection Fee: A SELECTION FEE OF  €35 IS APPLIED TO SELECTED ARTISTS ONLY. This fee supports our efforts in creating your interview.

  • Personalized Interview: Upon selection, you will receive a personal interview consisting of 10 thought-provoking questions.

  • Featured Artworks: Your selected artworks will be prominently featured alongside the interview.

  • Permanent Publication: Your interview and artwork will be permanently published on our digital platform. Please note that these interviews will not appear in our print magazine.

How to apply:

  • Artists can submit one or many works. Email us your bio, portfolio and artists statement.

  • Please email your material to with the Subject: “INTERVIEW SUBMISSION” at any time.

  • All applications need to be in English.

  • Contact details and supporting information must be provided through the same application. Only one application is permitted.


Only selected artists will be notified of results via email.

Good Luck!

Insights of an Eco Artist Team 


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