Publication Opportunity for Emerging Artists: FOA

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Publication Opportunity for Emerging Artists

FOA is a quarterly book dedicated to elevating the work of emerging artists around the world. Our publication releases in a hardcover art book every quarter and includes the work of artists who work in a variety of mediums, informative articles, and interviews. Accepted artists will have a four-page spread of their work, information, and artist statement. Volume 10 will be juried by Diana Cerezino, Michael Dewberry, and Tim Ralston and will be available in our store and online retailers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


Accepted Artists Receive

3 works published in Volume 10, complimentary digital copy of the publication, social media post of work, discounts on books for family and friends, and free digital access to future publications

Submission Fee

$30 for 5 Images
$50 for 5 Images + Book


July 7, 2019 (midnight, CST)

Eligible Artists

Artists of all academic disciples are welcome to apply. This includes painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and performance art. Works must be submitted in a printable format.

Guest Jurors

Diana Cerezino
Michael Dewberry
Tim Ralston

Diana Cerezino & Tim Ralston

Diana Cerezino and Tim Ralston are founding directors of PADA, an artist-led, non-profit arts organisation based in Barreiro on Lisbon’s South Bay. Set within a derelict industrial Park, PADA is a studio provider, international residency and gallery promoting interaction between national and international artists. Both practicing artists, Tim and Diana set up PADA with the aim of creating a unique resource for artists, to provide excellent studios and fabrication facilities alongside the opportunity to exhibit.

Having both graduated with BA Hons they have worked in the London art scene for the last 15 years and gained a wealth of experience that they bring to this new project in Lisbon. In this time they have worked for artists such as Damien Hirst, Raqib Shaw and Julian Opie, galleries Alison Jacques and Hauser and Wirth as well as institutions including The Tate, ICA and BFI. The knowledge from assisting and working with these established and well known artists, galleries and institutions informs PADA as a residency that encourages and supports artists development.

As PADA they have curated exhibitions in London and Lisbon, the latest exhibition at AMAC in Lisbon, included 40 artists over 4 galleries. ‘Out of Office’ curated by Alice Bonnot opens on the 11th May at PADA gallery and Recreational Grounds V opens on 17th May in the project space Tim still co curates in London.

Michael H. Dewberry

A native of Dallas, TX, Michael H. Dewberry is an emerging curator who has coordinated and collaborated on international traveling exhibitions in Mexico, Dallas, and New York City. He has held positions at the Crow Museum of Asian Art, Brooklyn Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum, Academia Nazionale di San Luca, Museo Internacional del Barroco, and the Bard Graduate Center Gallery. His mission is to curate exhibitions and programming that bridges cultures and creates communities united around art and action. Prior to attending graduate school to focus on decorative arts he studied product design at the Scuola Politecnico di Design in Milan, Italy. Michael earned his master’s degree in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture from the Bard Graduate Center in New York City and a holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Art History from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

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