CALL for ENTRIES: Storybook Fragments
Children are picky eaters. No matter how many green beans you feed them as toddlers, the chances are good that they will go through a chicken fingers & fries stage. We all assume it is because their taste buds haven’t evolved. But research indicates that a child’s taste buds are MORE sensitive than adults. My kid will eat brussel sprouts now. The war has been won, or the taste buds have dulled. Who knows? This next call is all about the child’s perspective. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries for Storybook Fragments from Naming Ceremony online showcase. This is a really inexpensive ($20 for 6 images), and the links back to your website could be valuable. Don’t miss the possible art publication opportunity either…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
For this exhibition, Naming Ceremony is looking for art for children that seems to be part of a larger narrative. They want art the invites a young child’s imagination to expand the narrative beyond what they see in the picture, to get them thinking about what the meanings are “between the lines” and allow them to grow from the experience. Send in your best interpretation of this initiative while making sure it is child-friendly.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: All two-dimensional media will be considered
DEADLINE: November 30, 2012
AWARDS: Your piece will be permanently represented in their online gallery (with a chance to sell it).
Your piece will appear in their periodic Magazine issue which will be published both online and in print. The print version will be available for ordering online, world-wide so you can direct followers, fans, friends and family to your published works.
You will be eligible for the publication of an art book that will be available worldwide online for ordering.
*Not all artists will be accepted for the online gallery and magazine. Not all of those accepted artists will be in the published, physical art book.
For complete details, Read the Full Call!