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From the Depths Ars Memoria x Dark Art and Craft Call for Submissions

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

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We are excited to announce we will be partnering with our friends over at Ars Memoria Gallery for our first-ever art show! "From the Depths: Scenes from Below" invites artists to interpret one of our favorite subjects - hell - however they see fit. We wanted to include a variety of artists with varying experience in a gallery setting, which is why a portion of our show will be submission based.

We are asking interested artists to post their submissions on Instagram, including the hashtag #arsfromthedepthsdarkart in their caption. We recommend creating new work for submissions but are also accepting older work. All media are considered and we ask that submissions are under 3 feet by 3 feet. There is no limit in submissions, so go wild! 

We are so excited to see what you come up with! For any questions, direct your inquiries to Stephanie at: darkartmarketing@gmail.com 

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Stephanie Crumley


Digital Marketing Advisor to Creatives. Art Curator. Lover of Dark Art, Slow Fashion, and the Unknown.

https://www.sigilmarketing.com

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