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CALL for ENTRIES: Project No. 2

2017 September 18

Learn more about Project No 2 from Creatives in Action!HERBAL analogy

There are reasons, philosophical to medical, both against & in favor of the consumption of some things.  But more often that not, it just comes down to personal taste.  I hear people complain about the flavor of cilantro on a seemingly non-stop basis, but I can’t imagine a cilantro-less world.  Some people are never going to eat cilantro; I am not going to stop eating it.  This next Call is like cilantro, you’re going to love it or hate it, but it is still going to be your choice –no one’s forcing you.  So, take a look, or not…

Check out this Call for Entries from Creatives in Action (online/National) for Project No. 2.   This is a publication opportunity for liberal protest art. This opportunity does NOT pay artists & DOES offer your work as a FREE download for use at actions & rallies, and for sharing on social media. This kind of opportunity will speak to some of you, and some of you will roast me endlessly out of anger. That’s fine; I get it. Only you can decide if this one is for you…

Learn more about Project No 2 from Creatives in Action!CALL for ENTRIES:
Project No. 2 from
Creatives in Action

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA: Open to all media (that can be represented in print)

THEME: “Artists need not be political artists per se — but their work should have a message relevant to our current political climate. We are seeking art that is image and/or language based, and that covers a broad range of issues including but not limited to immigrants’ rights, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, worker justice, healthcare, racial justice, climate justice, campaign finance reform, political corruption, digital privacy, and the state of our democracy — as well as work that depicts subversive images of Donald Trump and celebrates cultural diversity.” –from creativesinaction.net

DEADLINE:  Ongoing

NOTIFICATION:  Within 30 days of your submission

ENTRY FEE: None

AWARDS:  Artwork submitted by the Artist and the rights relating to them, including copyright and ownership rights in the Artwork, remain the sole and exclusive property of the Artist.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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