A Call for Creative Works to visual artists, image makers, writers, poets, musicians, performers, humorists & dreamers. Welcome to the Art HOPE Gallery, a community venue for sharing a variety of expressions that speak to creativity and well being. Become an artistic contributor to our on-line Gallery and share your creative works of visual art, narrative, and music.
Our Gallery theme is “creative wellness”. Consider sharing an original artistic work that speaks to what inspires your unique creative expression. How does creativity look, sound, feel, taste, and smell? How does creative experience open your senses? That moment when you are in-the-moment of creative process, feeling well in mind, body and spirit. Your work may reflect the beauty of nature, life’s celebrations, innovative ideas, or unfurling emotions. This a community Gallery space for expressing creative wellness using various artistic mediums. We invite a very broad and expressive interpretation of the theme. If you’re interested in becoming an artistic contributor, please follow our submissions guidelines below for each media. The Gallery will launch in early 2016. All submissions can be sent to ….info “at” arthope.org. (Please replace at with @ symbol)
- Visual Art – All visual art submissions must be original works. Submit a high quality jpeg, at least 300dpi, along with the title of the work, the medium used or information describing the work, and a brief statement about how it reflects your creative wellness
- Narrative Works – Original narrative works of poetry, short stories, personal essays or written meditations can be submitted as a .doc or pdf file. Include the title, information describing the work, and a brief statement about how it reflects your creative wellness.
- Music and Performance Video – In the case of music and any performance, such as dance or poetry reading, all content must be original or copyright permission must be obtained for the performed works of other artists. Submit a youtube link to your video, along with the title, information describing the work, name of the original author/s and performer/s, and a brief statement about how it reflects your creative wellness.