Did you ever step through the looking glass?

And what did you see?

Something hidden in the fabric of time or entangled in the laces of the mind?

A vision can come from a sight, a memory, a feeling, it always turns into a path, breaching out through the core of our certitudes.

One can witness how in the past months our usual perceptions of the world and our relationship to nature, technology or even our own body have been challenged.

How will the future look like ? What will we leave behind?

As we enter this new era of feeling, THE CURATORS and BROAD Magazine are calling all artists to share their visions of this uncharted epoch some call the Anthropocene.  


DEADLINE: DECEMBER 14th, 2020, 12pm EST





·Artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, drawing, calligraphy, poetry, embroidery, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, and more.

·The Competition is open to all, regardless of age or professional status.


·Each entry will be displayed on a gallery open to the public vote

·Apllicants may submit multiple entries. 


PUBLIC CHOICE :        6 finalists will be chosen by the public

CURATOR CHOICE :   6 finalists will be selected by the JURY



·All selected works will be promoted and on display online from DECEMBER, 16th – JANUARY 10th on THE CURATORS

The exhibition will be archived and available to view past these dates.  

·All selected works will be promoted and featured online on BROAD MAGAZINE 

·All selected works will be featured on a special printed issue published by THE CURATORS and  BROAD MAGAZINE  


· Artists may submit up to 5 images or gifs or one video. 

· Artists must be the creator of the artwork submitted and not infringe anyone else's copyrighted material. If there is any question about authenticity, The Curators reserves the right to demand proof of authorship. Non-compliance to this rule will be a disqualification of the entry.

· Artists must ensure high quality of images. We recommend 300 dpi jpeg.

· Artists infos must be accurate.

· Artists agrees to keep the work exclusively available for The Curators if selected for the duration of the exhibition.

· Sales of Artworks are optional. THE CURATORS will handle further communication and requirements.

·Artists may be asked for additional material and interviews if selected as finalists.


Submission fee is $20, nonrefundable, for each submission - up to 5 images or one video of an individual artwork can be uploaded per submission.


PUBLIC CHOICE :   6 finalists will be chosen by the public. 

You may promote your work using #visionproject

CURATOR CHOICE :  6 finalists will be selected by the JURY.

All winners will be notified of the final decision before DECEMBER, 16 th 2020 

All selected works will be promoted and on display online from

 DECEMBER, 16th – DECEMBER 30th. 

The exhibition will be archived and available to view past these dates.


Artist retains full copyright of the work. Images will not be used by The Curators aside from the exhibition, interviews, social media posts, and sales in any other way without the artist's consent.


The Curators reserves the right to use images of the artwork on their website and social media. By submitting artwork via this call, the artist agrees to the terms outlined above.


The images submitted will appear following the order in which they have been uploaded. The Curators won't be able to edit the order of the images.

We accept up to 5 images per submission OR one video.

For any assistance or informations please email