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Apply to be a Studio Visit Artist! Each studio visit artist has their work shared on our social media, and on our website.
To apply, submit 3-5 images to with your bio, artist statement, website & Instagram link. There is a $5 application fee, please pay through the button below.
SUMMER 2021 APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
Our Spring Exhibition is closed, artists will hear back early May, and the exhibition
goes live mid-May. You can order a catalog of the exhibition here
I Like Your Work is excited to announce our Summer 2021 Juried Open Call! All artists are invited to submit their work for consideration to our Online Exhibition & Print Catalog juried by the artist and podcast host Jamaal Barber.
All submissions will be considered for our social media, podcast interviews, and future opportunities. One artist will be selected to be interviewed.
Selected artists will have their work included in the online exhibition, social media, and printed catalog. Accepted artists will receive a copy of the catalog.
All media and international artists are invited to apply.
Artists who are not accepted will receive an educational PDF or video from I Like Your Work.
$1 from every application will be donated to support Atlanta Printmakers Studio
Submissions include 3-5 pieces of work, a CV, $20 application fee.
To apply please go here:
If you have any issues submitting the form please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: May 28, 2021
Artists will be notified late June
The exhibition will go live in July 2021
Artist & podcast host jamaal barber
Jamaal Barber is a creative imaginative soul who was born in Virginia and raised in North Carolina. In 2013, after seeing a screen printing demo at a local art store, Jamaal started experimenting with printmaking and made it his primary focus.
His woodcuts and mixed media prints can be seen on display at ZuCot Gallery. They have also been included in the Decatur Arts Festival, Atlanta Print Biennial Show and various art shows around the Metro Atlanta area.
Additionally, Jamaal has done work for Twitter, the New York Times, Penguin Random House, Black Art in America and Emory University.
In 2004, Jamaal moved to Atlanta, GA where he now resides with his wife and two children.
Jamaal is the co-host of the successful podcast Studio Noize that highlights artists of the diaspora.