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PARIS COLLAGE COLLECTIVE

March 2022


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR OUR YEARBOOK 2021

PCC has always been about inclusivity and diversity. our aim is to encourage creativity in all its many forms - as we like to say: [almost] anything goes [as long as it's not blatantly offensive] - and to give as many people as possible a platform to share their work. but it's unfortunately impossible to include all the many fantastic artists that have contributed over the year in our 2021 yearbook. there are simply too many of you but also the logistics of choosing and contacting artists one by one is starting to overstretch our capacity [remember: sleep!].

we are therefore turning the process around and asking for submission. for a chance to be part of our 2021 yearbook - and we will try as always to feature as many artists as possible - please send one (1) creative challenge collage [ jpeg, 300dpi, RGB ] and a filled out media release form to submissions@pariscollagecollective.com by April 24th, 2022.

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THE LATEST COLLAGE NEWS AND INSPIRATION. ENJOY!

Galerie Baudoin Lebon: Nicolas Guibert: The Time Workshop - via The Eye of Photography

Brooklyn multimedia artist, Melissa Sutherland Moss, talks about her "First Lady" collage series and the importance of the preservation of Black culture. - via Hello Beautiful

The Dada Movement’s Political Turn - via Jacobin

Collages by Carolyn Beehler of the best small town in America during the pandemic - via Creative Boom

Alyssa Bardge and the Jazz of Poetry – Black Girl Nerds - via Black Girl Nerds

Divergence - Fred Simon dual exhibit illustrates complementary styles of collage art - via The Reader

Helina Metaferia Honors the Activist Legacies of Black Women across Collage and Performance - via Artsy

This Interview Was Made In The Future with DAKARAI AKIL - via Bleu Mag

Expanded Photography: Collage and Cut Outs - via Aesthetica

Joiri Minaya unravels social fabrics and draws attention to patterns. - via art21



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