Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Whitehot Magazine becomes anchor sponsor for MYARTSPACE London Calling 2009 Competition

Whitehot Magazine becomes anchor sponsor for MYARTSPACE London Calling 2009 Competition

Myartspace.com, the premier online venue for contemporary art is pleased to announce that Whitehot Magazine is now an anchor sponsor for their Juried London Calling Competition.

Palo Alto, CA(PRWEB) April 21, 2009--myartspace.com, the premier online venue for contemporary art has announced a partnership with Internationally-based Whitehot Magazine for the site’s upcoming juried art competition, London Calling 2009.

Ahead of the May 15 deadline for contest registration and submission of work, Whitehot Magazine will offer users of myartspace.com $25-off coupons toward the London Calling registration fee. The coupon will be offered through the magazine’s site, www.whitehotmagazine.com from April 21 through the contest deadline of May 15th.

“We are very excited that Whitehot Magazine, a hip and prestigious art publication, has chosen to work with us on this competition“ noted Catherine McCormack-Skiba, founder of MYARTSPCE. “By offering coupons to potential artists, they are helping to curb the cost of entry fees and promote an excellent competition that will help talented artists gain much-deserved exposure. We’re also excited about working together with White Hot Magazine. They’ve got the pulse on the contemporary art market. ”

Whitehot Magazine deploys over 130 journalists to cover art world happenings, exhibitions, interviews with leading artists and art space promotions. Its website connects to over 36,000 monthly users by delivering the latest buzz, events and discussions going on in the international art community. The site also offers a sophisticated search resource for art-related content. "Whitehot feels that myartspace has the artist's best interest in mind. We look forward to the results of the London Calling competition and are proud to sponsor it." said Noah Becker, publisher of Whitehot Magazine

The aim of London Calling, one of many competitions launched by the myartspace.com founders, is to shine light and give exposure to extraordinary work in its growing community of talented artists. World-class jurors will select the top three artists to represent at the Scream London Gallery in June 2009. Scream Gallery, known for its edgy and progressive atmosphere, is located in the heart of West London’s art district. Jurors include Vanessa DesClaux from the Tate Modern, Tom Morton from the Hayward Gallery and Francesco Manacorda from the Barbican Gallery.

Contest registrants must have an account on myartspace.com to qualify for the coupon.
Artists interested in learning more about London Calling 2009 can do so by clicking on the following link on the White Hot Magazine Site: www.whitehotmagazine.com

MYARTSPACE, the premier online venue for contemporary art, is one of the fastest growing and diverse communities on the internet. Its members include more than 50,000 artists, collectors, galleries and other art world professionals from across the globe, and it currently has on display hundreds of thousands of pieces of fine art. Membership is free and artist can upload an unlimited amount of work including images, music and video. Myartspace is created and run by CatMacArt Corporation. CatMacArt Corporation is located in Palo Alto, California. www.catmacart.com.

Website: www.myartspace.com

Whitehot Magazine was founded in March 2007 by visual artist Noah Becker and comprises over 130 journalists covering the art world with reports, reviews and interviews from around the world. WM publishes a print magazine and online magazine and offers a press release and posting area for galleries and artists to promote their projects. The magazine writers also review of exhibitions and conduct interviews with important figures in the art world. WM is committed to assisting with promoting new gallery spaces or discussing important work with established artists and most importantly—creating effective connections, criticism, promotions, and other face-to-face opportunities such as curated events and discussions.

Website: www.whitehotmagazine.com

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