Format Magazine: Community
Artist Grant and Digital Publication
2018-01-17 08:00:00.000000Z - 2018-02-13 06:59:00.000000Z
Submit work to be featured in Format Magazine and receive a $100 artist grant and a free Format subscription for one year.
Format is a website builder designed for artists of all kinds to showcase and sell their work online. Made by creatives, for creatives, they offer a selection of professional and easily customizable themes that make building your artist website fast and simple.
The Format team also produces an online publication, Format Magazine. It’s a space to explore and talk about creativity and, most importantly, to highlight the incredible art being made by people using Format.
"We have teamed up with Ello to give five artists the opportunity to be featured on Format Magazine and have their work seen by thousands of people across the globe. Visual artists working in any medium are welcome to apply. Inspired by Ello, we’re looking for work that explores the concept of community. What does community mean to you? Where do you find it? Feel free to interpret this theme any way you choose."
In addition to being featured in the magazine, each selected artist will be awarded a $100 artist grant. And they’ll be invited to join the Format community with a free one year website subscription.
How to Enter:
Click the SUBMIT button above.
Make sure to include:
(1) A single post with a maximum of three images relating to the theme of community
(2) A brief bio
(3) A statement about the work
(4) A link to your website or online portfolio
(5) Tag us @useformat
Please note that if you are selected, we will contact you to get high-res images for publication.
• 5 selected artists will receive a $100 artist grant
• The selected artists will receive a free Format membership for one year
• Work will be featured on Format Magazine
Submissions will be reviewed by the Format and Ello curatorial teams and announced on the Artist Invite. We're excited to see your work and get you more exposure and opportunities.
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