Call For Art: Art and Woman Edition 1-2024

Applications Open // 17th April 2024
Deadline to Apply // 15th MAY 2024 BY 12 AM EST (Extended 48 hours, till 17th May 2024)
Fee // 35$

Are you an emerging artist looking for a platform
to showcase your work to the world?

Arts To Hearts Project offers an incredible opportunity for emerging women artists worldwide.

Art and Woman
Biographies and Creative Journeys of 100 Women Artists from around the world

We at Arts to Hearts Project, are excited to announce an incredibly exciting opportunity for emerging women artists globally. This initiative holds special significance for us as we introduce Edition 1 of a stunning coffee table book that will showcase the biographies and creative journeys of 100 women artists from around the world. By publishing their stories, we aim to share their creativity and inspiration with a wider audience across the world.

About Art And Woman

“Art and Woman” is about sharing the untold stories of women’s lives. It’s a mix of their highs and lows, victories and struggles, dreams, and challenges that shape their creative journey.

This book will become a place where 100 women artists from all over come together to tell their stories through “Art and Woman.” It’s like looking into the different aspects of being a woman in many beautiful ways.

We at “Arts to Hearts Project” are excited to present this chance for women artists to bring their dreams, values, and experiences to life through art. They can use painting, sculptures, digital art, or mixed media to explore personal growth, empowerment, and how society impacts them.

This opportunity focuses on the heart of being a woman, showing the special connection between women and their art. It digs into how women express themselves through creativity, their tools, materials, and the process of making art.

By doing this project, we want to capture the true essence of women as they navigate their creative paths. It’s a way to celebrate women’s voices in the art world, exploring how they deal with life’s complexities through their art.

It’s just like Maira Kalman’s Poem, “Women Holding Things”

What do women hold? The home and the family. And the children and the food. The friendships. The work. The work of the world. And the work of being human. The memories. And the troubles. And the sorrows and the triumphs. And the love.

Maira Kalman- Women Holding Things

So come with us on a journey through the lives and art of these incredible women, discovering the beauty, strength, and perseverance that define their creative roads. “Art and Woman” honors the lasting impact of women in art, a heartfelt tribute that echoes through time, connecting the past, present, and future through the lens of art.

we are very excited to announce that we have partnered with the Women United Art Movement for Art and Woman Call for Art.

Women United Art Movement is a global online platform
dedicated to supporting and highlighting the works of women-
identifying artists worldwide to contribute to increasing the
visibility of this underrepresented group of creatives. Through
the platform, we organize virtual solo and group exhibits, run a
podcast, publish a magazine, and provide business education to
artists and host an annual art prize.

The platform was launched in 2021 by Mona Lerch, Europe-
based visual artist, artist coach, and CEC of Women United
Art Movement.

Ki Smith Gallery disrupts standard industry practice by representing a carefully selected group of artists with diverse backgrounds, methods, and aesthetics. Our artists are encouraged to explore materials and processes and we actively support them in making exciting new works. We immerse ourselves in each exhibition from conception to execution.

The gallery works closely with our collectors to help them create meaningful collections. We take pride in helping them not only understand the intentions of the artist but also consider their own personal and emotional connections to the work.

Although we take the larger trends and conversations of other galleries and auction houses into consideration, we consider our peers to be the artists, patrons, and friends who are active parts of our community. We are compelled by a deep love and respect for art and are always searching for imaginative ways of sharing it with others.

ANUPA MEHTA CONTEMPORARY ART (AMCA), now located in Colaba on the Mumbai Art Mile, was initiated in 2008 as THE LOFT at Lower Parel and was earlier housed in an erstwhile mill in the heart of Mumbai’s textile district. Our new space opened in December 2023, but our program in support of upcoming and mid-career contemporary artists has been ongoing for 16 years.

With three decades of experience as an editor, curator, art consultant, and gallerist, Anupa Mehta trained in journalism and arts management. She has a Master’s degree in Narrative Practices from the University of Melbourne. Founding editor of Art India magazine, she is the author of INDIA 20, a book of interviews with leading contemporary Indian artists. Anupa has lent curatorial support to several projects, including, in recent years, the Indigo project at the Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum, Ahmedabad, and Emami Art, Kolkata. Anupa also directed an international residency project, Arts Reverie, in Ahmedabad, in association with A Fine Line (supported by international organizations including the Arts Council, UK) from 2006-2009. A published author and a columnist for three Indian newspapers, she has edited several books and catalogs on Indian art and artists. An ATSA fellow, Anupa has received various grants and fellowships.

Please adhere to the following guidelines when submitting your work:

  1. Ensure that your Headshot/artworks are submitted with high-resolution images.
  2. Include a front shot of the artwork image in your submission.
  3. If your work involves an installation or sculpture, please include a photo of the piece in its installed state.
  4. Submit your artist bio and statement in less than 250 words.

Important Note:

  • Please understand that submitting your work and paying the submission fee does not guarantee inclusion. This opportunity features a juried selection process, with each submission being evaluated by a panel to determine which works will be included.

This call invites women and womxn artists worldwide to freely express their creativity without limitations. Artists of all mediums, including painting, sculpture, mixed media, and more, are encouraged to participate.

  • The three selected artists will be awarded a stunning glass trophy engraved with their names, sponsored by the Arts to Hearts Project. Each trophy will be elegantly packaged in a premium velvet box and accompanied by a certificate upon shipping.
  • One selected artist will receive a cash award of $500.
  • One selected artist will also get featured in the “Women United Art Magazine” Proudly sponsored by the Women United Art Movement.
  • The top three selected artists will have a mentorship call with Ki Smith, the founder of Ki Smith Gallery.
  • The top three selected artists will have a mentorship call with Anupa Mehta, the founder of Anupa Mehta Contemporary Art.

At Arts To Hearts Project, we are passionate about amplifying the voices of emerging and contemporary women artists from all over the world. We are a self-funded publication and community that relies on submission fees to cover costs and keep our mission alive. Our goal is to provide a platform to celebrate the creativity and talent of these incredible women and share their stories with the world.

Please note: Artists submitting their work should be aware that inclusion is not guaranteed as this opportunity involves a juried selection process.


“Art and Woman” is a heartfelt project dedicated to sharing the untold stories of up-and-coming and established women artist’s lives, encompassing their highs, lows, victories, struggles, dreams, and challenges that shape their creative journeys. This exquisite hardcover coffee table book promises to grace the shelves of esteemed international art galleries, creating a platform for these compelling stories to resonate worldwide. Furthermore, it will also find its place on the virtual shelves of Amazon and Barnes and Noble, ensuring accessibility to a broader audience eager to immerse themselves in these inspiring stories.

Artists can submit various forms of art, including paintings, sculptures, digital art, or mixed media pieces that reflect their personal stories, emotions, and experiences.

The project emphasizes the deep connection between women and their art, showcasing how women express themselves through creativity, tools, materials, and the art-making process.

International women artists from around the world, aged 18 and above, are invited to share their stories through diverse art forms like paintings, sculptures, digital art, and mixed media in this open call.

After the art submission deadline, the final results are revealed within 4 to 6 weeks. Subsequently, an email is dispatched to notify both selected and non-selected artists of the decision. Following the result announcement, the book production process commences, which typically spans 2 to 3 months before dispatching to the artists and galleries.

For any help with the form, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].

This is a juried art call, where only selected artists will be published following the jury’s selection process.

Call For Art : Virtual Exhibition + Artist’s Book

Call For Art : Virtual Exhibition + Artist’s Book