Saturday, May 30, 2020

The Black Lives Matter Archive - A Call for art from Artists/Photographers/Creatives




Every one of us sees the events taking place and the atrocities being committed against the black community in a different way. As creatives we have an obligation to paint the truth of these events as each of us sees it. We must ask ourselved, how do we handle this crisis and make the world a better place? 

Its up to the artists to show the world what is taking place now and to make sure future generations see these events through the eyes of those who have lived through it. 

We will be archiving all creative work sent to us in order to preserve it for future generations to see. We will also be using our social media platforms to show the work of these amazing creatives who are speaking out. 

immortalartist.com welcomes all creatives who want to show their Black Lives Matter related work. We would like to give a forum to those who would like to talk about the crisis through their creativity. 

We will accept art, photography, written word art including short stories, poetry, music or any other creative medium you wish to express yourself in. 

To submit, we need the following:


  • A good quality image of your work
  • A short one paragraph bio about the creator
  • Any links related to the creator that you would like to include (website/twitter/facebook)
PLEASE NOTE! We will accept submissions from persons who wish to remain anonymous but you must let us know at the time you submit your art. 

We also welcome any commentary you would like to make regarding your work or personal stories of your trip through the pandemic. 

Its that simple. Lets show the world that creativity has a voice in this crisis! 

To submit your work or questions, email it to: gcsartno@aol.com 

Feel free to email also if you have any questions. 

immortalartist.com takes no profit from your work. It is a free site for all creatives to have a louder voice to express themselves! You may request your work be removed from the site at any time from the archive and are at no risk to your work being used in any other way except that which is stated above.

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