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The international Master Artist Educator (iMAE) from ArtEZ University of Arts in the Netherlands is an innovative and ambitious master program that started in 2016. iMAE represents a new and innovative concept in arts education.
“We believe in the power of the arts to enable change. iMAE enables and inspires its students to dedicate their thoughts and artistic practice to defend human rights, to challenge injustice and to resolve conflict.”
See All This is a Netherlands-based art magazine established in 2016. All renowned art museums in the Netherlands as well as well-known galleries are partners in See All This. The print magazine is published four times a year. The tagline of See All This is ‘For The Love Of Art’.
See All This and a group of iMAE students and tutors have teamed up to invite all female creative souls in any visual arts medium to submit work addressing our current patriarchal society, one ruled by men with regards to power structures and individual relationships.
• 20 selected artists will be featured on the blog of See All This
• 10 selected artists will be published in See All This magazine, Issue No. 10
• these 10 selected artists will receive a written review by the curatorial team from iMAE
Learn more and submit.
This piece is called Golden Spring, borrowed from the “Arab Spring.” It focuses on the current issues of modern day equality. But in a time where great change is needed, we should stop, take a deep breath and reflect on how far we have come.
I’m Carmen Torner, a Valencian filmmaker and photographer interested in powerful woman and feminism.
It can be hard to be a woman. The people in my life have encouraged me to grow and speak out against inequality. I have grown up to be a strong woman but there are times I do not feel as powerful as I know I am.
The patriarch clew. The Ariadne's thread guides us to the world of better emancipation, but everything tides up in a clew, flowers, a child's face, a faceless naked female body, a vegetation.... and an eminent bear's muzzle, the face of the patriarchy.
I am an analog collage artist based in Rhode Island using vintage women's fashion magazines, rubber cement and my trusty X-Acto to create my work. The pieces I create blend the perspective of women in media and how that shaped me with my childhood memories and dreams.
"Tired Girls" is a series of prints inspired by amazing women tired of all this bullshit.
“Reserve your right to think, for even to think wrongly is better than not to think at all” ❤
BLOSSOM COLLECTION is a celebration of women, something I like to call strong fragility.
I want to sit around and do nothing with you
w/ Grace and Tabi.
"M A N I F E S T" - illustration for women's right to vote anniversary / 2018
My name is Tajana Dedić-Starović (Artist At Camera) and I am a young photographer and visual artist from Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Shot over the Summer, Nadia from Kult
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