CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Feature Your Prairie-based Art in an Online Exhibition!

Do Sask is a regional lifestyle brand featuring the best of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan. This post announces a special online exhibition for local prairie female artists to showcase their work to our audience.

WHO SHOULD SUBMIT

Do you design empowering/uplifting/inspiring creative pieces? Do you call the prairies home? I would love to showcase your work in an online exhibition.

This opportunity is open to emerging and established prairie-based female artists.

WHAT TO SUBMIT

Illustrations, graphics, typography, fibre, photography, calligraphy, etc. These works have a strong message or theme to be featured in a blog post, along with the artist’s bio.

Subject matter encompass relationships, love, community involvement, food and drinks, entertainment, fashion, environmental responsibility, loneliness, resilience, confidence, and social justice.

WHY YOU SHOULD DO IT

The Do Sask blog sees upwards of 20,000 page views per month and this number is climbing. It’s also home to an active social community offline which encourages people to step outside of their comfort zones for new experiences.

At worst, it’s a chance to get thousands of eyeballs on your projects. At best, you’ll have more local fans coming your way.

If interested, please send me a message with a few of your samples.

WHEN TO SUBMIT

How about now?! But seriously…

Entry Cost: FREE.99
Maximum Items: 5 -files should be saved in .jpg or .png format
Accepting Submissions until: August 31 2018 11:59 pm

Not an artist yourself, but know someone I should know? Tag them in the comments below.

I want to use Do Sask as a medium to lift up other creative women in Saskatchewan and the prairies.

Let’s stand together.

SCHEDULE

June 3, 2018 Submissions open.
August 31, 2018 Deadline for submissions.
September 3, 2018 Applicants informed of publication date.
Sept 22, 2018 Exhibition begins at www.dosask.com.
December 31, 2018 Last day of exhibition.

SUBMITTING INFORMATION

Do Sask reserves the right to reject submissions that are in direct violation of copyright law. The artist retains copyright of their work and grants Do Sask permission to use their images on the website and social media platforms. Poor quality images will be declined. Please crop your image appropriately before submitting. Please include a 1-2 sentence description along with each image.