Art Competition TRANSFORMATION: SOCIAL
“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change.”― Heraclitus
Change and transformation is the only thing we cannot avoid. We live in a world that is transforming even faster than ever in many different ways, either positive or negative. Therefore, our society is and has been transformed in many ways as a result of:
- wave of immigration, both voluntary and involuntary
- environmental transformation
- human rights transformation (including racial inequality, feminist movement, and LGBT social movements)
Artists of all career levels are welcome to show all kinds of social and political transformations you’re witnessing or taking part in.
Selected artists (from each category) will be invited to participate in the visual art exhibition “Transformation” to take place in Winter 2017-2018, Gallery MC, New York. The project features selected artworks in three categories: Social Transformation, Personal Transformation, Beauty Transformation.
The art competition is evaluated by Maureen Burns-Bowie and Jayanthi Moorthy. Please find out more about the jurors.
The competition is open to everyone, 18 years and older, professional and amateur artists alike.
Entries* must be in JPEG format, no larger than 1400 x 1800 pixels, and under 2MB.
The following media are accepted:
- Photography (including documentary)
- Digital Art
- 3D-Art including Ceramic Works
Deadline for submissions: March 31, 2017
The winners will be announced on the RE:ARTISTE website by 08/30/2017. The winner and the finalists will be personally notified via email.
Entry Fee: the entry fee is $35 for the first five images and $10 for every additional image.
*The submitting artist owns the copyright to his/her competition entry as its author. By submitting an entry to the art competition “Transformation: Social” the artist gives RE:ARTISTE permission for the entry to be used on the RE:ARTISTE website and its social media channels. The artist gives RE:ARTISTE the right to use his/her name and city of residence for the sole purpose of identifying the artist as the author of the entry. The entry fee is not refundable.