Art Competitions: Enhance Your Chance of Success | Artists Network Online Event

Learn the strategy behind entering an art competition! Join Maureen Bloomfield, editor of The Artist’s Magazine and frequent juror, as she shares secrets from behind the scenes of art competitions. Learn the best practices for entering competitions and increase your chance of winning!

In this free, one-hour online event, Maureen shares the following:

-The benefits and reasons for entering competitions
-Types of Competitions
-Making informed choices of what competitions you should enter
-Maximizing your chances of success
-Preparing your entry
-Making the most of success when you win a prize

This PowerPoint slide show from Maureen gives you an inside view of the competitions world and wraps up with a Q&A session.

Click here to learn about The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art Competition and our other art contests now.

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About Maureen Bloomfield: Maureen Bloomfield’s art criticism has appeared in artforum, ARTnews, Dialogue, New Art Examiner and Sculpture. For the last seven years she has been the editor in chief of The Artist’s Magazine, published by F+W Media; before that, she was editor in chief of Pastel Journal and senior editor for Watercolor Artist. She has juried shows for the National Watercolor Society, The Pastel Society of America, Birds In Art, Women’s Caucus for Art, The Artisans Enterprise Center, The Carnegie Arts Center and others.

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2 thoughts on “Art Competitions: Enhance Your Chance of Success | Artists Network Online Event

  1. gwetin

    I was wondering if a person could get a copy of the slide show, with copyright permission to use in a classroom? I’m a Native Arts & Culture Instructor who teaches adult learners culture and arts. Would
    so love to be able to use Maureen Bloomfields information. Let me know what you think?

    1. Cherie Haas, Associate Editor

      Hello!
      I believe this will be made available online, and would welcome you to share it (from the website) with your students.

      Best regards,
      Cherie

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