call for entry: ATIM Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art


You will be notified within 48 hours if you have been selected for participation.
The registration process for selected artists has started.  Submission deadline is July 10th.  Upon selection, you will notified via email and we will send you information on how to proceed with registration. Submitting your works is free. We will review your works on your website, facebook page, instagram or blog.  Artists selected based on artwork, not resume or CV.  We encourage artists of all career levels to send their submissions. 

Our award program for 2018 will include, the ATIM’s Top 60 Masters publications, the ATIM Masters Award ceremony and Digital Exhibition held at the Museum of Art & Design in New York, a Gala Night held at a private venue in the city and an in-studio award presentation as a special segment of the ArtTour International TV Show.

The “ATIM’s Masters Awards,” is an award presentation event held by ArtTour International Magazine once a year and only 60 artists are chosen for participation each year. Below is all the information you need to know about this award-winning publication:

The“ATIM’s Top 60 Masters Of Contemporary Art” is a prestigious printed and digital book accompany by a state-of-the-art video and a collective exhibition held at the Auditorium Al Duomo in Florence featuring painting, photography, sculpture & digital art

Sculpture Award “Flying High”
A magnificent angel created for our awarded artists in porcelain and 24K Italian Gold

Collective Digital Exhibition Of Published Artwork
Museum of Art & Design New York
Columbus Circle, New York – April 27th 2018

TV Presentation
You will be present for a special in-studio award ceremony which will be celebrated as a special presentation of the ArtTour International TV Show  broadcast at MNNHD-Spectrum 1993 and Livestream at MNNHD-Channel 5. Our Special presentation will be broadcast to all of our social media followers 2.1 Million after air date

Print Catalog article
at the ATIM’s Top 60 Masters Of Contemporary Art Distributed at all Barnes & Noble Stores and over 1200 Newsstands Worldwide.  

Digital Publication
iTunes, Magzter & Kindle Exhibition Catalog will be published in all our digital platforms Individual BLOG with your Catalog Page.

A feature article will be posted on our blog
on the ATIM website at our featured artist section The blog will feature your artist page at the catalog. Digital Exhibition

In addition to the printed, digital and video publication, ArtTour International Magazine is planning an exclusive VIP Gala Night and Launch party.   

For your convenience, we have created a secure online registration system.  When you are ready, just click HERE, and the system will take you to the online registration page to start your registration process. If you prefer to register manually, feel free to email me and I will help you with a manual registration. 

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get involved – National Clay Week Open Studios

Join us for a national ceramic outreach project!

NCW Open Studios is inspired by a similar event started by the Australian Ceramics Association. It has been very successful across the continent, continuing to grow each year. The ACOS (Australian Ceramics Open Studios) provides the umbrella of a national event for studios, reaching out to local and national politicians to make them aware of who their ceramic artists are, and inviting their politicians, their neighbors, and their communities, into their studios to learn more, view demonstrations, and perhaps take home a handmade item. ACOS provides letter and press release templates and a logo each year, a central website and most powerfully a common date, creating unity among the ceramic community.

National Clay Week Open Studios seeks to echo this model. You can sign up here on the NCW website, and we will send you a packet containing sample press releases, letters to send to local politicians, local schools, chambers of commerce. You can personalize these letters to your own open studio event and get your community involved. NCW encourages you to host any clay-related event you’d like on the second weekend in October to get people excited about clay. Let’s make this accessible, a national event to open our studios, whether in your home or in an art center, and invite those in who may not otherwise realize the intrinsic value of ceramics. 

For more on NCW Open Studios, check out the most recent episode of Ben Carter’s Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast #181 with Vicki Grima of ACOS and Stephen Creech of NCW

Join the NCW Open Studio Event here!

via: What is Open Studios