Final Call for Artists + Designers | Art Takes Miami closes Friday | ITSLIQUID

Final Call for Artists + Designers | Art Takes Miami closes Friday

Calls | October 10, 2011 |

Artists + Designers, these are your last days to join Art Takes Miami, an international call for art awarding over $25,000 in prizes, including a $10,000 grant and an exclusive feature presentation at SCOPE Art Show, the premier showcase for emerging international art. The deadline has been extended just for you, until This Friday October 14th.

Click Here to Register
Your Final Submission Deadline is This Friday October 14th 11:59pm EST
As a valued artist, your late entry fee has been waived. Please use promocode ArtistsWanted10 upon checkout.

This December, position yourself alongside an impressive line-up of A-list galleries and artists, blue chip institutional groups and widely respected international patrons and art collectors at SCOPE Miami 2011. SCOPE art sales have reached a total of nearly $150 million with more than 350,000 attendees, and Art Takes Miami is your chance to have a piece of it.

This is your chance to get your work seen by an esteemed panel of jurors.

To learn about this year’s panel, go to:

http://www.arttakesmiami.com/?f=liq3

Join Art Takes Miami and easily submit your completed works, works-in-progress and/or proposals online to be eligible for a feature in one of the most important art events of the year. Miami is calling you. Learn More >>


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