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Open Call for Season Three: Podcast

We are excited to announce the open call for Season Three of our podcast, where we delve into the intersection of art, ecology, and social/ political issues. We invite artists and writers from around the world to submit their work and be part of this impactful journey.


About Us:

Over the past two years, we've hosted artists from diverse corners of the globe, each with their unique artistic practices. Our podcast offers a unique opportunity to discuss your art in-depth through a captivating 35 to 40-minute conversation.Hosted by Joana Alarcão, an artist and curator, this podcast serves as a dynamic space for artists and curators to engage in enriching dialogues about their work.


Podcast Highlights:

  • Global Reach: Our podcast is available on all major streaming platforms, ensuring that your voice resonates with audiences worldwide.

  • Diverse Perspectives: Our past guests encompass a rich tapestry of artistic backgrounds, ensuring a stimulating exchange of ideas and experiences.

  • In-Depth Discussions: Immerse yourself in a meaningful conversation, delving into your artistic journey, techniques, inspirations, and the stories behind your creations.



How to Participate:

  • Submission: Please share examples of your work, along with the artist statement and relevant experience to be considered for our podcast.

  • Selection: Our team will review submissions and select artists whose work aligns with our podcast's themes.


Eligibility:

  • Location: Open to artists worldwide.

  • Other: We are seeking works that address eco, social and political issues. All artistic techniques are welcome – from traditional to contemporary mediums. Artists and writers of all backgrounds are encouraged to submit their creations.


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

  • Please email your material to insightsofayoungecoartist@gmail.com with the Subject: “PODCAST” 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.


Don't miss the chance to be part of Season Three and contribute to meaningful dialogues through your art. 


Only selected artists will be notified of results via email.

Good Luck!

Insights of an Eco Artist Team 

Echoes of Liberation: The Practice of Ghinwa Yassine

Step into the multidimensional world of Ghinwa Yassine, a Lebanese anti-disciplinary artist based on the ancestral lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, known as Vancouver. Through a diverse array of mediums, from film to installation, performance to text, Yassine challenges entrenched ideologies and patriarchal systems while delving into collective consciousness and the complexities of identity.

Embracing 'Otherness' in Art: An Interview with Luminara Florescu

In this illuminating interview, we sit down with Luminara Florescu, a multidisciplinary artist whose work transcends conventional boundaries. From her early days in London's vibrant art scene to her current role as a curator, producer, and advocate for sustainable, inclusive art, Florescu's journey is one marked by resilience and a commitment to embracing the often-overlooked aspects of our shared existence. Join us as we delve into her artistic background, her unique approach to gentle protest and creative activism, and the transformative power of her Rest As Protest movement.

Disruptive Narratives: An Unconventional Odyssey with Dolly Sen

Welcome to an engaging conversation with Dolly Sen a working-class brown queer artist based in Norwich, UK. With a brain she humorously describes as having an "ill-repute," Dolly disrupts societal systems not through conventional means, but with a unique blend of My Little Ponies on acid and a touch of sadness. Boasting over 10 published books and a global presence in films, performances, and art, Dolly's work is subversive, humorous, and radical. From 'sectioning' government departments to confronting misogyny in a clitoris hat, Dolly Sen's artistic journey is a testament to her unconventional approach to challenging norms and sparking debates on madness, sanity, and acceptable behaviours.

Brushing Against Shadows: Exploring Racial Identity with Jeff Musser

In this interview, journey into the intricate artistic realm of Jeff Musser. From a blend of painting, drawing, and collage to engaging in social practices, he shares the evolution of his creative process. Explore his unique approach to problem-solving, especially when delving into historical contexts, creating a dynamic interplay between planning and improvisation.

Championing Environmental Advocacy Through Art: An Interview with Phil Barton

In the realm of Eco Art, Phil Barton stands as a dedicated practitioner, weaving a profound commitment to the natural and built environment into his creative endeavors. With a lifelong dedication to fostering collaboration across diverse communities and organizations, Phil Barton employs a hands-on approach to environmental issues, urging practical actions to address the pressing challenges faced by our planet.
This interview delves into Barton's unique approach, examining the intersection of art, science, and activism, and the pivotal role it plays in raising awareness and inspiring positive change.

Working-Class Activism: An Interview with Helen Carr


Meet an artist whose work transcends boundaries and defies convention. Hailing from Lambeth, South London, and with roots in the North of England, she weaves a captivating narrative of social class, history, and activism into her art. Drawing inspiration from her family's strong tradition of political engagement, she explores themes as diverse as folk art, industry, and trade unions. Her unique creations feature a blend of materials and symbols, breathing new life into everyday objects. Join us as we delve into the world of this working-class artist whose work is a testament to the enduring power of art in addressing societal issues.

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