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The Big List: the visual arts in 2023

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In 2021 we had a pandemic. In 2022 we were back. And in 2023, perhaps we forgot.

The level of burnout this year has been intense, as arts programming has been delivered at double time, and with a feverish push to get the last of the backlogs cleared.

In terms of the themes that percolated to the top of visual arts programming, expanded textiles (note Julia Gutman won the 2023 Archibald Prize with a textile portrait), Pacific arts, AI and performance in the gallery space repeatedly popped up. The art market felt a little leaner, costs were on the rise, and generally there was not a lot of money around. And while that has not, as yet, tipped over into a dull hysteria, there is a sense that the sector is feeling a little cautious heading into 2024.

Read more: https://www.artshub.com.au/news/news/the-big-list-the-visual-arts-in-2023-2689271/

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Shades of Green 2024 | 7th annual Juried Virtual Art Exhibition

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The artwork must have shades of GREEN as the prominent color or focal point. All subject matter including abstracts may be submitted.

Open call to artists worldwide,18 years and older, for entry into Camelback Gallery’s 7th annual Art Competition.  We are looking for all all subject matter including abstract art. The artwork must have shades of GREEN as the prominent color or focal point. Many types of art styles may be submitted. Mediums to be considered: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, graphic, and mixed media. No AI. The jurors will be selecting the work for the virtual exhibition based on theme, quality of work and technical skill.

Read more: https://www.artshub.co.uk/opportunity/shades-of-green-2024-7th-annual-juried-virtual-art-exhibition-2616064/

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Visual Arts Therapy Market Emerging Trends, Growth Factors, Business Opportunities and Forecast to 2031

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Visual arts therapy involves the use of creative processes such drawing, painting, sculpture, and other art forms to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being

Latest Report, titled “Visual Arts Therapy Market” Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2024-2031, by Coherent Market Insights offers a comprehensive analysis of the industry, which comprises insights on the market analysis. The report also includes competitor and regional analysis, and contemporary advancements in the global market.

The Visual Arts Therapy market has been growing significantly in recent years, driven by a number of key factors, such as increasing demand for its products, expanding customer base, and technological advancements. This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the market, including market size, trends, drivers and constraints, Competitive Aspects, and prospects for future growth.

The purpose of this report is to provide valuable insights into market dynamics, enabling users, investors, and business owners to make informed investment decisions. The report offers accurate information on different market segments and highlights the top companies operating in each segment.

Read more: https://www.whatech.com/og/markets-research/industrial/795830-visual-arts-therapy-market-emerging-trends-growth-factors-business-opportunities-and-forecast-to-2031

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Why we need to advocate for visual arts careers at high school

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Fulfilling and financially sustainable careers absolutely do exist for high school students who excel in the visual arts, says Sarah Eve, an award-winning teacher and visual artist with special expertise in gifted and talented education. But – and here’s the “big but”, according to Eve – students and, most importantly, their parents, don’t know these careers exist, or which study pathways may lead to them.

‘Students and parents often perceive an art career solely through the archetype of a struggling artist, instead of seeing a thriving industry and a rewarding career that contributes to society,’ Eve tells ArtsHub. ‘More arts educators need to take an active role in advocating for visual arts careers to students, parents and the wider community – and there are so many opportunities to do so.’

Read more: https://www.artshub.co.uk/news/features/why-we-need-to-advocate-for-visual-arts-careers-at-high-school-2614207/

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