The Storytellers Alliance presents:
WHAT’S YOUR STORY
A creative anthology of YOUR stories.
Real people. Real life.
Everyone has a story … what’s yours?
What’s Your Story is now accepting original visual art submissions for: BODY OF WORK
What is it to live the human experience?
We form our worlds, inside and out, through sensorial amalgamation and interpretation, where the human body is capable of feeling physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental stimuli, while each individual experience of those sensations is unique from another. In terms of wellness, some view the human experience as having seven dimensions: physical, emotional, intellectual, social, spiritual, environmental, and occupational. Coincidentally, within each of us also exist the seven chakras, which when blocked, can disrupt your qi (or chi)—your energy life force—along with the balance and harmony between the physical mind, body, and spirit.
So, we invite you to share that which is your human experience and BODY OF WORK …
Send us your best visual portrayal of the human experience. Some ideas could be the experience of living with a disability, mental health, emotional trauma, the joys and anguish of being a parent, falling in love, losing a loved one, sex and sexuality, or anything else that relates to the overall human experience.
The Storytellers Alliance wants to encourage you to keep creating and using expressive arts as a pathway to healing. What’s Your Story was designed to be a platform to provide you the opportunity to share your own voice and unique perspective through visual storytelling.
These are YOUR stories, YOUR perspective, YOUR visions, and YOUR experiences.
Factors considered for publication will be adherence to guidelines, artistic originality, craftsmanship, and excellence. Submissions can be visual works by emerging or established artists.
2 thoughts on “Call for Visual Arts: BODY OF WORK”
I do not understand how to actually submit work to Body of Work, The Human Experience. I would like to submit work. There is no link that I can find. Please provide me with the link, or if I am to use an email address, please provide it.
It would be greatly appreciated if you would put a direct link to submit into your future calls for art.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. There seems to have been a tech issue with the submit button, but the issue has been resolved.
If you scroll to the bottom of this call page, you should see the blue [Submission Details] button. This will take you to the platform where the virtual gallery lives and additional submission details, instructions, and FAQs can be found. At the bottom of that page, there should be a large green button that says [Submit Your Art].
We look forward to seeing your work!
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