"YESTERDAY, TODAY, EVERY DAY" IS A REMINDER OF THE THINGS WE ACCOMPLISH AS WE GO ABOUT OUR DAILY LIFE. IT IS ABOUT THINGS THAT MAKE US HAPPY AND CONTENT. IT IS ABOUT BEING ENOUGH AND APPRECIATING THE MOST ORDINARY MOMENTS.
SO, WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY?
THIS ONLINE EXHIBIT IS A CELEBRATION OF LIFE AND CREATIVITY.
ABOUT THE GUEST CURATOR
MARISSA HUBER is an artist, surface pattern designer, connector, and writer who started taking her art more seriously after her son was born in 2013. Frustrated with being told she'd never have time for herself after children, surprisingly she found herself more confident and focused in her art. This fueled a passion to connect with and help others prioritize their own creative pursuits.
In 2015 she co-founded an internet community called “Carve Out Time for Art” with Heather Kirtland. In April 2020 they published
“The Motherhood of Art” featuring interviews with 30+ creative women who make time for art and family in their own unique ways.
Marissa’s art has been exhibited at John Waldron Art Center, Brooklyn Art Library, The Sketchbook Project Summer Tour 2018, and Bakehouse Complex. Her work has been featured in HGTV Magazine, Minted, Create! Magazine, Makers Movement, Voyage MIA, and Motherly.
Submissions are open to ALL WOMEN ARTISTS (regardless of their age, location, education, sexual orientation, race).
For this particular exhibit, we are looking for visual artists - photographers, painters, sculptors, fiber artists, installation artists etc. from all around the world.
No art education necessary.
Website and/or social media handles.
Artist bio, artist statement and explanation of your work in Word format (under 500 words each).
Up to 7 pieces of art (min 72 DPI, no older than 2019).
Annotated image list including information about submitted images (number, title, dimensions, media, year of completion).
EARLY BIRD (SUBMIT BY 31 MAY) EUR 20
REGULAR (AFTER 31 MAY) EUR 25
All images of artwork and rights relating to them, including copyright and ownership rights remain the property of the artist.
All open call entries require a non-refundable submission fee. This non-refundable submission fee goes towards supporting our community of artists, creating opportunities and enhancing visibility online. Each open call is carefully curated, therefore, submission itself does not guarantee the artist being selected. Please allow up to 4 weeks to hear from us back.
Should you experience any issues with uploading your files, submit the required work and information in an email to . We will send you a PayPal invoice.