Voices of Dissent-Art and Politics - Artist Interview
Insights of an Eco Artist is seeking artists who create work with political themes for the second round of interview, "Voices of Dissent - Art and Politics." We are interested in featuring artists who use their work as a platform for social and political commentary and who are committed to promoting change through art.
The artists are interviewed by the founder, artist and curator Joana Alarcão to highlight their artistic career and explore how artistic interventions play a crucial role in shaping public opinion and advancing political causes.If you are an artist who creates work that addresses political issues, we would love to hear from you.Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis and interviews will be published on our website and promoted through our social media channels.We look forward to hearing from you and featuring your important work in our upcoming series.
Submissions are open to artists working in all mediums and styles, as long as their work engages with political themes.
We welcome submissions from emerging and established artists of all backgrounds.
Artists from all countries are welcome to submit.
Artists interviewed previously can submit new works.
FREE Submission for applicants.
A SELECTION FEE OF €30 IS APPLIED TO SELECTED ARTISTS ONLY.
A personal interview will be sent to the artist, including 10 questions.
Selected artworks will be featured alongside the interview.
Interviews will be published permanently on our platform.
The interviews are digital, they are not published in the 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 email@example.com with the Subject: “Voices of Dissent” 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.
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