Deadline for entry: 10 May.
Social art referring to the work of artists that use their skills to help promote and improve communities or affect social change. This is precisely what we are looking for, not genre or medium specific but artists who use their practice to better and strengthen community ties. (Any medium will be accepted, artwork that represents a community, or engages the community.)
In an age where community seems at the back of public agenda, and where the introduction of the smartphone and social media have toar apart conventional social norms, belittling physical conversation and creating a life lived through a screen we want to focus our attention on artwork that strengthens constructive public discourse.
Please note: Non-refundable admission fee of £8. There is no fee paid to selected artists.
To sum up Murze is seeking community focused art and artists to be featured in issue six, coming out in May/ June. Selected artists will have their work featured in the magazine, along with texts about them and their work, all in aid of promoting social art and the important work these artists do in affecting change and bettering cultural diversity for society.
For more information and to enter see: murze.org/social-art