An artist must work to create the kind of world we all envision in trying times. Each artist has something to say and must accept the work it takes to get that message to the world. There are multiple avenues for artists to lend their voices to the global conversation, and part of your job is to find them. Each week, we offer a selection to get you started as you make opportunities a regular part of your professional practice.
invites artists to submit work for publication. They are interested in a variety of digital art, internet art, design and critical essays questioning, analyzing and/or hacking the tools of digital culture. They suggest taking time to peruse the most recent issues to see whether your work is a good fit. For more information and to submit, visit the website
. Rolling submissions
Begehungen Festival 2022
invites artists to apply for residency of up to four weeks. The theme this year – at the new location of the festival at a disused water park – is PLANSCH
. Selected artists receive an allowance and materials cost, free accommodation and reimbursed travel expenses. For more information, and to submit your work, visit the website
. Deadline is March 20
believes that artists are a critical part of global conversation. We understand that it can feel intimidating to reach out for those first opportunities, which is why we have assembled experts who are here to help you understand how to navigate the many facets of the art world. Whether you want help managing your time, your finances, contacting galleries or working on the documents you need to present alongside your work, we have you covered. Give Praxis a try and see how far we can take you.
Brainard Carey is an author, artist and educator. He is the director of Praxis Center for Aesthetics. He has written six books for artists and the most recent (2021) is Making it in the Art World.
Photo credit: Johannes Richter, c/o Begehungen Festival