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    I would like to add the text below to the artists resources/call for artists..


    Call for Submissions

    Seeking submissions for our inaugural issue that will be published in April, 2014. This first issue of SEAJ will focus on socially engaged artists and projects in Baltimore.
    SEAJ will highlight:

    Art made in community (however you may define it)
    Art work made in collaboration
    Art work that initiates a dialog
    Art work that has an element of social justice at its core
    Art projects that engage the public
    Art projects that are outside the confines of an institution
    Art projects whose goal is transformation (social and otherwise)

    SEAJ is searching for submissions from artists, activists, writers, curators, reviewers and everyone in between.


    Submissions must be by or about Baltimore based artists, curators, or projects. Submissions may represent one of a variety of approaches, including but not limited to:

    A scholarly or pseudo-scholarly investigation or review of a socially engaged art work or process
    Photos or other documentation of socially engaged artwork made in the last two years that includes a short (100 max) description (please provide the date).
    Video and audio work made in the last two years.
    A fiction or nonfiction written submission related to socially engaged art work.

    As a socially engaged artist:

    How do you define your practice?
    How would you compare community art to socially engaged art? (Or is there a need to make comparisons?)
    What does your art practice mean in the context of “the contemporary art world?”

    Examinations of the questions above are a few of the many subjects we seek to explore.
    Please limit written submissions to 5,000 words.

    Please send your submissions by midnight EST on March 30, 2014 to

  2. Hello,

    My name is Jessica Shade and I direct the annual EcoArt Festival. It’s an ecologically themed annual art show (more info below), and we’re looking for submissions. There are no submission fees, etc. and we welcome submissions from all types of artists of all experience levels. Would you mind posting this call for art on


    Request for Art Submissions: ESA SS EcoArt Festival in Baltimore

    It’s that time of year again! We are now accepting art submissions for this year’s ESA SS EcoArt Festival! The EcoArt festival is an annual display of ecologically themed art (or art by ecologically minded individuals) that takes place at the ESA conference.

    As with previous years, we will be combining the art festival with music at the ESA Special Session called “An Evening of Art and Music”, which will take place Tuesday, August 11, 2015 from 8:00 -10:00pm in room 308, BCC of the Baltimore Convention Center. Because transporting art to the ESA meeting may be difficult for most conference attendees, pictures of the art will be projected as musicians perform at an open-mic.

    If you have artwork of any sort (such as paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos, etc.) with an ecological focus please send in electronic photos of your work for the show. The pictures will be projected at the ESA Special Session and displayed before the event on the ESA SS Facebook page ( The ESA Student Section will also be awarding prizes for the images with the most FB likes.

    Send all images to Jessica Shade at, along with your name, the name of the artwork, the media used, and whether you will be able to attend the event (not being able to attend does not preclude your art from being shown, but you must be present to win prizes). Submissions are due on July 1st, 2015. For information about last year’s show you can see our website at We will be accepting submissions until the end of June.

    For those of you who don’t submit anything, but are appreciators of art, we welcome you to look at the submissions on our Facebook page and to come to the Special Session:
    “An Evening of Art and Music”
    Tuesday, August 11, 2015
    8:00 -10:00pm
    Room 308, BCC of the Baltimore Convention Center

    Thank you!

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