Open call for Vegan Artists

Deadline Saturday 15 December 2018

Fee £15

The LiberationArts Festival is a three day event taking place in the Paintworks Venue in Bristol from 9–11 February. 

The festival aims to promote veganism through arts and culture and features creative workshops, art stalls, talks, performance art, and (some) food stalls.

We're seeking artists whose practice is inspired and motivated by animal rights and / or veganism. Any medium welcome, especially excited by three-dimensional and performance works.

How to apply:

1. Answer all questions in the following application form

2. Send images of your work to

Images will be posted on our website and social media to promote you and the event. 

3. Donate £15 to our fundraising campaign.

  • If your application is unsuccessful, you will receive a full refund. Money raised via our campaign is used to cover the costs of event expenses, such as venue hire, workshop material costs and food for volunteers etc.

  • Artist donations mean we are able to take 0% commission if your artwork is sold during the show.

  • Once you have donated, you can submit as many pieces as you like and we encourage you to do so! 

4. Read our terms and conditions on our site. 
Please note artworks will not be accepted into the show if materials used to make your them contain animal products, such as meat, dairy, eggs, down, wool, etc.


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