To submit a work to be considered for exhibition, please read the following. Below is a list of information and items you will need to have ready in order to submit.
- Title of the work
- The Youtube URL of the work
- Coordinates: latitude and longitude information (instructions tp get these are given on the submission form)
- A brief description of the work
- Any clues about where the viewer should stand, sit, or look to experience the work.
- An explanation of how the work is related to the site and how the site enhances the work
While Popwalk wants to promote artists at all stages in their career, we do hold rigorous artistic standards. These standards should not discourage you from submitting. Rather, the standards indicate the level of work we want to promote. Because the amount of art we can exhibit at once is potentially limitless, we want to show as much art as possible. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Before submitting your work, please review the Call for Art page. There is an ongoing call for general considerations of site-specific art. There are also competitive exhibitions for artists to participate in.
To submit art, please review and accept these guidelines
- Submission does not guarantee exhibition. Artwork may be reviewed or returned for editing for time, etc.
- If your work is accepted, you will be required to agree to the Legal Agreement. Please review this now so you are aware of exhibition standards.
- Works may be produced by individuals or collaboratively. If collaboratively, the submitting artist has the responsibility to ensure that each contributing artist approves submission.
- Works can be no longer than 5 minutes, which includes credits.
- Works must be specific to a site. This means the content must be about the site in some way. You will need to explain in your submission the connection between the site and your work and how the work is enriched by the site.
- Works must adhere to copyright laws and standards.