Print & Art ECKO Magazine’ Projects
International Deadline: June 28, July 4, July 10, 2017 – Ecko is an up and coming magazine dedicated to promoting current and emerging artists, creating a platform to share and discuss current art practice. we aim to keep you up to date with the latest exhibitions, emerging artists, and things to see! Following a critical and immersive approach to contemporary art practice.
Ecko is based in London & Guernsey.
Check out our range of artist opportunities and projects to get involved in for the the second Issue of Ecko Magazine, which will be available to purchase for download on our website in August 2017.
20 DAYS OF ART – £20 Entry Fee
Deadline June 28, 2017
20 days of art is a project that will run from the 1st of July until the 20th, over this time artists will select one particular object of interest that they will appropriate and transform.
This could be anything from a chair, toy, umbrella or plant etc. This object will be used throughout the 20 days as the basis of the artists work, each day using the object to create work, and changing the object in some way.
Each day artists must document the transformation of the object. The hope is by the end the original object may not be visually recognisable.
all artists who enter the project will be featured in the Second edition of Ecko Magazine
POLITICS TODAY – £13 Entry Fee
Deadline July 4, 2017
We are encouraging Artists to respond to the global political climate of 2017. This could respond to Brexit, Trump, Climate change, etc. Artists are free to use which ever medium they deem appropriate.
All work will be featured online, including our website and Instagram.
6 artists will be selected and featured in the Second edition of Ecko Magazine.
EVERYDAY DETRITUS – No Entry Fee
Deadline July 10, 2017
Everyday detritus looking at things left on the street. We are asking artists to photograph or document waste found in the streets and public places.
We will then select 10 artists work in the following weeks, these artists will then be featured in the second edition of Ecko Magazine.