Call for Submissions Maake Magazine Open Call for Issue 11
International Deadline: July 31, 2020 – We are excited to announce our OPEN CALL for Issue 11 of Maake Magazine, curated by Tanya Gayer.
Maake Magazine is an independent, artist-run organization that was created to support contemporary artists and other artist-run projects. It is our mission to provide exhibition opportunities as well as both online and print publishing opportunities for emerging and mid-career artists. Through collaborations with artists, curators, artist-run groups, galleries and more, we facilitate projects that support dialogue and community and increase the visibility of the arts while defying geographic boundaries.
Artists making work in all media are encouraged to apply. Applicants can be based anywhere in the world. Artists must be 18 years old or older to apply.
Published Artists receive the following:
- Work featured in printed Issue (two full pages)
- One complimentary copy of Maake Magazine printed issue (US Only)
- Feature posted on Maake’s social media outlets, website and blog
- Interview and accompanying gallery of work posted on our website
- Future consideration for upcoming exhibitions and projects
Tanya Gayer is a curator and writer based in Oakland, CA. Her curatorial projects and research examine history-making processes embedded in archives, databases, governmental assimilation efforts, and algorithmic categorizations. She studies the records and stories involved with these institutions to realize the impact they have in forming identity and culture. Gayer received her dual masters degree in Curatorial Practice and Visual + Critical Studies from California College of the Arts and her BFA from University of Nevada, Reno.
She is currently an Exhibition Coordinator at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
She has been in residence at Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY; Picture Berlin, Berlin, Germany; and Signal Culture, Owego, NY. Her writing has been published in Daily Serving, in exhibition catalogs associated with CULT Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA; Holland Project, Reno, NV; Pro Arts, Oakland, CA; Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA; and co-produced a one-off audio podcast for a Living Room Light Exchange publication. Gayer has lectured at UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego, California College of the Arts, and at the CODAME Art + Tech Festival… see more
APPLY ONLINE – $20 Application
- 6 images of work (or video or other media)
- Short statement
- Short bio
- Social Media info