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Free Open Call
for Artists and Designers

  • Organization: Kenektid Inc.

  • Website: kenektid.us/xearth

  • Country: United States

  • Location: New York, NY

  • Opportunity Type: Call for entry/ Free open call Opportunity

  • Discipline: All visual art

  • Application Deadline: Feb 18, 2019

 

Artwork Guideline & Open Call Process

 
 
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1. Pick a category

The color will be your background color(theme color) in your art; Blue, Green or Grey scale

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The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

 

Please refer to the below artworks for your understanding

Green Category / Mixed Paper, Cardboard

Blue Category / Metal, Plastic, Glass, Carton

Black Category / Landfill


 
 
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2. Pick one specific item in the category

The item will be the subject in your art

 
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3. Create your art in square format

5” x 5”, 300dpi Jpeg (up to 4 MB)

 
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CATEGORY:
Metal

THE ITEM (OBJECT):
Beer Can

TITLE:
Holiday in Blue, 2018

MATERIAL:
Digital, New York, NY


FULL NAME:
Ellie Ji Yang

OCCUPATION:
Illustrator 

INSTAGRAM ADDRESS:
@draw_spring

WEBSITE:
www.ellie-yang.com


 
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4. Please submit your artwork image to

xgallery@kenektid.us

 

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5. Please fill out the below caption of your artwork

 
Category *
Your Name *
Your Name
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6. We will post your artwork on our Instagram page

Let us spread out your arts and our message ‘Recycling Is Culture’.

*If the artwork subject is out of the color theme and the category, it may not be posted.

 

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7. We will exhibit selected artworks at our gallery

 

The exhibition is planned on February 2019 at Kenektid X Gallery, New York, NY

 

 

FAQs

Q : How many artworks can I submit?
A : You can submit as many as you want : )

 

 

Please find out which category that your subject belongs to

 
The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

Metal (all kinds)

  • metal cans (soup, pet food, empty aerosol cans, empty paint cans, etc.)

  • aluminum foil and foil products (wrap and trays)

  • metal caps and lids

  • household metal items (wire hangers, pots, tools, curtain rods, small appliances that are mostly metal, certain vehicle license plates, etc.)

  • bulky metal items (large metal items, such as furniture, cabinets, large mostly metal appliances, DOES NOT INCLUDE electronic devices banned from disposal)

Glass

  • glass bottles and jars ONLY

Plastic (rigid plastics)

  • plastic bottles, jugs, and jars

  • rigid plastic caps and lids

  • rigid plastic food containers (yogurt, deli, hummus, dairy tubs, cookie tray inserts, “clamshell” containers, other rigid plastic take-out containers)

  • rigid plastic non-food containers (such as “blister-pack” and “clamshell” consumer packaging, acetate boxes)

  • rigid plastic housewares (flower pots, mixing bowls, plastic appliances, etc.)

  • bulk rigid plastic (crates, buckets, pails, furniture, large toys, large appliances, etc.)

Note:  Rigid plastic is any item that is mostly plastic resin—it is relatively inflexible and maintains its shape or form when bent.

Cartons

  • Food and beverage cartons

  • Drink boxes

  • Aseptic packaging (holds beverages and food: juice, milk and non-dairy milk products, soup, etc.)

Please empty and rinse metal, glass, plastic and cartons containing food before recycling.

The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

Paper

  • newspapers, magazines, catalogs, phone books, mixed paper

  • white and colored paper (lined, copier, computer; staples are ok)

  • mail and envelopes (any color; window envelopes are ok)

  • receipts

  • paper bags (handles ok)

  • wrapping paper

  • soft-cover books (phone books, paperbacks, comics, etc.; no spiral bindings) (schools should follow their school  book recycling procedures)

Cardboard

  • cardboard egg cartons

  • cardboard trays

  • smooth cardboard (food and shoe boxes, tubes, file folders, cardboard from product packaging)

  • pizza boxes (remove and discard soiled liner; recycle little plastic supporter with rigid plastics)

  • paper cups (waxy lining ok if cups are empty and clean; recycle plastic lids with rigid plastics)

  • corrugated cardboard boxes (flattened and tied together with sturdy twine)

Please empty and rinse metal, glass, plastic and cartons containing food before recycling.

The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

The NYC Department of Sanitation [Website] (August, 2018) Retrieved from http://materials.bwprronline.org/home/242

Not Accepted

  • Paper with heavy wax or plastic coating (candy wrappers, take-out and freezer containers, etc.)

  • Soiled or soft paper (napkins, paper towels, tissues)

  • Hardcover books (schools should follow their school  book recycling procedures)

  • Batteries

  • Electronic devices banned from disposal

  • Printer cartridges

  • Glass items other than glass bottles and jars (such as mirrors, light bulbs, ceramics, and glassware)

  • Window blinds

  • Foam plastic items (such as foam food service containers, cups and trays, foam protective packing blocks, and, and foam packing peanuts)

  • Flexible plastic items (such as single-serve food and drink squeezable pouches and tubes such as toothpaste, lotion, cosmetics, or sports balls such as basketballs, bowling balls, soccer balls, footballs, yoga balls)

  • Film plastic (such as plastic shopping bags and wrappers.) Bring plastic bags and film to participating stores for recycling

  • Cigarette lighters and butane gas lighters

  • Cassette and VHS tapes

  • Pens and markers

  • “Tanglers” (such as cables, wires, cords, hoses)

  • Rigid plastic containers containing medical “sharps” or disposable razors

  • Containers that held dangerous or corrosive chemicals