A call for artists worldwide to enter online exhibition

nature-art-wallpaper-1If you are an artist and you are looking for places to submit you creative work, The National Association of Women Artists and The Cube Art Project, are looking for you and your art, for consideration as well as exhibitions. Please apply before deadline. You can submit your work, or share this post with someone you know, who is an artist, and she or he is looking for audience to their art work.

 The National Association of Women Artists’ has announced a worldwide online exhibition for innovative crafts. Deadline is May 14, 2017. The show will run from June 1, 2017 through to August 1, 2017.

People eligible for this art exhibition

It is open to all The National Association of Women Artist members. Non-members women can also submit their work so long as they are 18 years and above. All applied arts will be considered. These will include: book arts, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, tapestry, mosaics needle-point, metal work, quilting, wood work, origami, basket weaving and papier-mâché.

Awards and benefits

They only want one winner, who will be featured on www.nawaonlinegallery.org, and her own page. The page will include biography of artist’s statement. There will be several images of her works, plus links to her own website. www.thenawa.org. Links to exhibition on the home page will be shown.

Pay entry fee

Members of the National Associations of Women Artists’ will have to pay $35 entry fee. And non-members will have pay $45 for two entries. For every additional entry up to 5 entries, you will to pay $10.

How to apply

Application is only done online. Every participating artist is allowed to submit up to five artworks. It must be artist original work. All communication will be handled The National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA).

The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) is the oldest women’s fine art organization in USA, founded in 1889. It is a exciting community of professional women artists. It strives to support its members and women artists in general, through exhibitions and educational programs.  NAWA members represent all areas of the visual arts. It includes photography, painting, print-making, video art, installations, en-caustic, mixed media and sculpture.

The Cube Art Project

They are seeking, animations, video art, motion graphics, video-mapping and sound visualization projects for screening on their large three dimensional monitor the Cube. This screen is seen by a larger audience, hundreds of people in day. It could reach tens of thousands people in weeks. This submission is open to amateur and as well as professional artists worldwide. It is a curated competition of artwork.  It good for a public art audience, extensive latitude in genre and in style will be considered.  Consideration is given to artworks that are of a formal, and visual appeal.

Awards to presented to winners
1st prize = $500
2nd prize = $250
3rd prize = $10

participants submitting special project are given a stipend up to $1600 to cover expenses.

How to apply

You apply online only. Just type of Google search “The Cube Art Project” and click on apply online link. $5 entry fee is payable.

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Sometimes back someone describe stealing a gun from a police station was easier than getting published in Kenya. I don’t think is true for now, because of charging technology, where even traditional publishers are trying to copy up with new publish trends and technology. To me the problem is where to send your scripts for publishing consideration. I have made this post for specifically for short story authors and poets.

There are publishers outside there who want to publish a well written story, entertaining story, informing story, and educating story. As an author for short stories, visit website of the publisher, read the stories they have published before, compare the stories with what you write, or write to the standard they publish, and then submit your story for publishing consideration.  I do not publish link of magazine website here; just type name of the magazine on Google search, it leads you to the magazine link for details.

The Threepenny Review

It is quarterly arts publication. It focuses on literature, memoir, arts, society, and essay. They publish Short stories not exceeding 4000 words. They have what they term as “table talk” items. Here they accept a piece of 1000 words or below.  This can be a piece one humorous musings on culture, art, society, politics or lifestyle.  The Threepenny Review is paying $400 per short story, and the same amount for an article.  For a poem or Table Talk piece, they pay $200. The payment buys first serial rights in print and digital editions, and the copyright is then reverts to the author immediately upon publication as per The ThreePenny Review website.

OneStory

One Story publishes literary fiction. They only accept stories of about 3000 words minimum and 8000 words maximum. These stories can be any style and on any theme, but they have to be good and readable stories. What they are looking for is stories that leave readers feeling satisfied. That means must leaves the  reader feeling strong and benefited a lot from reading it. One story pays $500 and 25 Contributors Copies, for First Serial North American Rights. According to one story website all rights will revert to the author upon publication. They only accept online submission and you have to sign up an account with OneStory. From that account check your submission status. When it appears “Received” then it has been accepted.

Boulevard Magazine

Boulevard Magazine accepts prose pieces from new and unpublished writers with exceptional promise in their work. They receive fiction and nonfiction up to 8000 words. It is important to note that they don’t receive science fiction, horror, erotica, romance or children’s stories. They charge submission fee of $3. They do conduct contest and they pay $1500 for a winning story. They accept only online submission. It is open for submission from 1st of October to 1st of May. Their pay rate range from $100 to $300 for every story they published, but still receive $1500 if your story wins in the contest.

Camera Obscura

It is a biannual independent literary journal. They publish contemporary literary fiction and photography. They seek pieces of 250 words to 8000 words, their editors s have recently allowed exceptional novella of about  12000  words  to 30000 words. You can also earn from reviewing a photo currently on the gallery. For submission Deadline, be checked the guidelines page to find out when the next deadline is announced. Payment: $1000 for one featured writer published in each issue, and all other contributors receive two copies of the issue in which they are published. The best Bridge the Gap piece, photo review receives $50. So be ready to compete.

The Sun Magazine

Submission is open and The Sun Magazine offers the biggest payments compared to other magazine.  They are open to anything but emphasize specifically on personal writing, interviews, poetry, provocative political and cultural pieces. They are seeking for work that runs no more 7000 words. Submit something you think their editors would love, and you could get a nice payday.

Payment: A one-year subscription plus $300 to $2000 nonfiction, or $300 to $1500 fiction.  For poetry $100 to $200 and submission is online only.

 Virginia Quarterly (VQR)

A wide-ranging publication that features both established and upcoming writers and VQR accepts short story fiction 2000 to 8000 words, but they do not receive pieces of genre like romance and science fiction.  For nonfiction they accept from 3500 to 9000 words. This includes travel essays that talk the world around us. Deadline: Submission periods are normally from June 15 to July 31, and October 1 to November 15. VQR accepts nonfiction pitches from June 15 to December 1.

Payment: They pay $1000 and above for short fiction and prose approximately 25 cents per word and higher rates for investigative reports $100 to $200 content published online.

 

 

 

 

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