Series 7 Call for Art & Music: URBAN POP

Series 7 Call for Art & Music: URBAN POP
Sights and sounds of street culture

Label Release date: October 22, 2016
Deadline for submissions: Friday, September 2, Midnight
Jurors TBA

About URBAN POP:
Coinciding with Collective Arts beer coming to the eastern USA and west to Vancouver we invite street artists, paste-up artists, print makers,  illustrators, photographers and musicians to submit their work to this open call for a limited edition beer label and can series centered on the theme of URBAN POP. Submissions should chronicle or reflect the ideas of “the urban environment as a communication and visual medium” We encourage experimentation with different genres and formats of art, music, photography and animation.

How to apply:
To submit art or music online, find out who is eligible, as well as the music and image requirements, and get details on ALL the artist benefits and payment, click here.
You may make up to three separate submissions.

About Collective Arts:
Collective Arts was founded on the principle of creating respected craft beer and supporting artists. We work with emerging artists, musicians, film makers, photographers and graphic designers to showcase their work on our labels.
Since our launch in September 2013, we have published the work of over 525 artists representing 38 different countries on our interactive beer bottle and can labels. We’ve had a chance to work with the likes of Arkells, Surfer Blood, of Montreal, BØRNS, PUP, Wintersleep, Said The Whale, July Talk, Tyler Armstrong, Fred Caron, Peru123, Donk London, TRIK to name just a few. You can check out the artists who have been featured on our labels here.

Juried selection:
Submitted art will be chosen by a jury of experts in all related fields: art/design/beer/music/culture. If your work is selected, you will receive a notification via email.

In addition to gaining mass exposure, your work will be a part of an overall publicity campaign around Collective Arts Brewing, and further promoting your work.

 

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