We thank you, for your generosity with a donation of your artwork!
PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR OUR "CALL TO ARTISTS", LOG IN OR CREATE YOUR ARTIST ACCOUNT PAGE BY CLICKING ON THE LOG IN LINK DIRECTLY BELOW.
(ARTIST REQUIREMENTS AND CHECKLIST WILL BE LOCATED ON YOUR MEMBER PAGE. SIMPLY CLICK ON THE DROP DOWN MENU NEXT TO YOUR LOGIN HANDLE.)
HOW OUR EXHIBITIONS WORK...
NO JURY, NO THEME (OPEN EXHIBITION)
Any professional or amateur artist in reach of our voice is invited! Although there is no jury and no theme set, please send your best work and comply with our requirements for scale, media and subject matter.
WHEN WE RECEIVE YOUR CARD, WE WILL...
1) Copy the image and send out a Twitter shout-out using the hashtag #TAE20 (check your Twitter account for your mention).
2) Post it to an album on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/TwitterArtExhibit (visit us to see if your card has arrived).
3) Post it on our Instagram page as part of a compilation at
AFTER THE EXHIBITION
All work received will be considered a donation and will not be returned to the sender, even if it remains unsold. Any unsold art will be donated to the charity to use for further fundraising efforts or as a memory of the support received. (i.e. some charities create a mural with remaining pieces to commemorate the event).
Online sales will take place after the opening. More information regarding our online sales will be available on our website soon.
FUNDING LEGITIMATE CHARITIES
90% of the funds raised, by the sale of postcards at a Twitter Art Exhibit, go to the chosen charity with 10% going to the TAE organization to cover running and maintenance costs. Benefiting organizations are vetted by Twitter Art Exhibit’s curators, as well as by our organizing board. One of our biggest concerns is doing our due diligence, and we take every precaution to make sure our initiative does not exploit anybody.
Entrants grant Twitter Art Exhibit, a non-exclusive license to use images of their work, in print and online, Internationally, in perpetuity.
Copyright for submitted works remains the property of the entrant. When an image is used, the artist and title of the work will be acknowledged. The Organisers reserve the right to apply a watermark to digital images. Images may be used for commercial purposes by Twitter Art Exhibit.
Artists will be credited both online and alongside their physical artworks, when on display.
All personal information collected by the Organisers will be used solely for the organization of the Twitter Art Exhibition.
By participating in the Twitter Art Exhibit (in any city), you agree to our terms. This means any art submitted to this exhibition can be sold to raise money for our chosen charities, with 90% of proceeds from art sales going directly to the charity and 10% going to TAE organization to cover running and maintenance costs. In addition, your art could be featured commercially in a publication or printed materials, which may be sold to help raise funds to help cover the organization’s operating costs.
If you do not agree to these terms, kindly refrain from participating.