This ten day artist opportunity will provide a platform and outlet for artists to create and share the process of their work with the audience of Murze arts magazine. Over the course of ten days we are asking artists who enter this online residency to create a portfolio of work, documenting the progress and process of creation over the ten day period, we will be providing a chance for both emerging and current artists to gain exposure and have the confidence to explore and discuss their work with our viewers.
Artists involved will see their work dominate the homepage of Murze throughout the Ten day period, as well as having their work shared across our social media platforms and of course, gaining exposure in Issue Five coming out at the end of March. Each day artists will need to email updated work to us (video or photography), this will form the basis of the work to be shared, at the end of the ten days artists should have complete a portfolio or set of works to be featured on our website. Whether you construct a single piece, or ten we and our viewers love to take a look into the window of your practice.
We must stress this is a online artist residency, meaning work will submitted digitally and be exhibited virtually on our online platforms. Artists will create work in their current working environment and document the development through digital resources that will be shared us and or viewers throughout the process. Not unlike our ‘Art for Advent’ project, this is an opportunity for artists to experiment across practice and disciplines, artists involved will be challenged with creating a portfolio of work over the ten day period, We are interested in seeing artwork from a variety of disciplines, painting, photography, sculpture, collage, digital etc.
Entries to ten days of art closes on the 28th February Non-refundable submission fee of £18
The project will run form the 1st March till the 10th March, artists will be required to submit daily updates
Everyone who enters will be featured
Artists involved will be featured on our online platforms, and in Issue Five of our arts magazine
Artworks must be submitted on a daily basis via email to email@example.com. Artists taking part will need to be competent in writing short pieces about the progress of their work daily, as well as having the ability to document their work through images or video on a daily basis. We are very excited to be launching this project, it is another exciting opportunity for artists of all backgrounds and genres to explore their work whilst being represented through Murze.
Enter Ten days of Art here https://www.murze.org/ten-days-of-art