Celeste Network is an online network where artists and arts professionals from around the world share their common interests in contemporary art, encourage new projects, and promote their work in a positive and active online community of like-minded individuals.

Celeste Network has 55,000 signed-up members and more than 10,000 visitors a day.
Connects artists, galleries, critics, curators, collectors, museum and foundation directors, public arts administrators and the general public. Celeste offers one of the most advanced and innovative web platforms from which to organise and promote one’s art work, publicise events, organise exhibitions, and make contact with like-minded professionals to develop ideas and projects in the future.

A dynamic presence which enables artists and arts professionals to share experiences, knowledge and creativity within a global art community. 10,000 people visit Celeste Network every day, making it an invaluable motor for opportunities of contact, to receive and make criticism, being part of ongoing global promotion via a number of onsite activities and priority visualisations. Members benefit from global communications, word-of-web referrals, have their works archived and searched-for according to the most upto date methods of online research, as well as being alerted instantly of others working with similar interests and content around the world.
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The End

Mon Oct 15, 2012 15:15

Miami, Florida
United States of America

The End is an international call for works in any media, curated by the US-based Gean Moreno. Which new visual forms can the idea of 'the end' generate in our particularly turbulent historical moment?

Entries online by 15 October 2012

More information:

EUR 1,000 to the winning project.

The End is open to artists, photographers, designers and architects worldwide, without limits of age or experience. 10 projects selected by Gean Moreno will be exhibited 5-8 December 2012 in at the Miami-Beach Regional Library, USA, during the Art/Basel/Miami Beach Fair.

40 € entry fee per project (includes upto 10 artworks), application and submission directly online.

The End is a collaboration between Miami-Dade Public Library, the curator Gean Moreno and Celeste Network.

Join Celeste Network, it’s the fastest growing network for artists and visual arts professionals worldwide, more than 47,000 members have already signed up – its free!

Celeste Network is organizer of Celeste Prize and a range of online and offline arts activities founded in 2004.



MINE, Explosion of Self

Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:30


MINE is an international call for artistic projects which investigates the theme of Self as a motor of shock and change in our society. Artists worldwide, without limits of age or experience, can submit works in any media.
Entries online by 15 July 2012.

“Art is a huge explosion of self which affects everyone. A shock within the system. The only true form of global revolution” – read more about the curator Jacopo Perfetti’s exciting theme and how to join online now:

Each project can contain up to 10 images of artworks, photographs, installations, videos or renderings – supported by a textual statement. Entry fee per project is € 30.

10 selected projects will be announced by 15 August and exhibited at Art Kitchen’s space ‘Superground’ in Milan, Italy, from 15 September to 30 September 2012.


Celeste Prize 2012

Tue May 15, 2012 13:05

ROME, Italy

Celeste Prize 2012, 4th Edition
Open call to all artists worldwide, without limits of age or experience. Top art curators pick finalist works, then it’s up to finalist artists to vote the 20,000 € prizes!
Entries online by 31 July 2012.

Prize categories:
4,000 € Painting & Drawing Prize
4,000 € Video & Animation Prize
4,000 € Photography & Digital Graphics Prize
4,000 € Installation & Live Media Prize

More information:
40 finalist works are chosen in September by a jury of 10 international critics & curators led by Katya Garcia-Anton. Each juror will publish his or her selections online in a totally open selection process!

Artists, photographers, designers and architects anywhere in the world can participate without limits of age, sex, experience or profession. A team of international art curators and critics are seeking excellence in content, contemporary aesthetic, technique, and material in works for the final exhibition. Entry fee per artwork 40 €.

Curator of 4th edition Celeste Prize 2012: Katya Garcia-Anton. Selection Panel: Michael Connor, Micol Di Veroli, Maymanah Farhat, Lara Khaldi, Eva Gonzalez-Sancho, Jack Persekian, Lydia Pribisova, Nigel Prince, Maria Inés Rodriguez, Risa Shoup. Live Media Panel: Fonlad Festival - José Vieira, Forward Motion Theater - Eric Dunlap, Otolab-Orgone - Bertram Niessen, Claudio Sinatti – IED, Alessandro Ludovico – Neural Magazine.
Prize winners are chosen directly at the awards night by the finalist artists themselves during the final exhibition at Centrale Montemartini, the City of Rome’s old power station, 1-9 December 2012.

Artwork submitted so far to Celeste Prize 2012:
Celeste Prize 2012 is working in collaboration with the city of Rome's Musei Capitolini - Centrale Montemartini, Zetema, and Glocal Project.

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Celeste Prize 2012 is organized by Celeste Network, Italy.

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Future Cities - Planning for the 90 per cent

Thu May 31, 2012 00:00

Venice, Italy

Future Cities – Planning for the 90% is a call for visual projects in any media capable of transforming our urban centres. Artists, designers and architects are invited to reflect on any issue facing people in private and public spaces around the world, such as housing, transport, environment, leisure, overcrowding, etc. proposing low cost, low tech solutions.

Artists, designers and architects anywhere in the world can participate without limits of age, sex, experience or profession.

Each project is presented online and can contain up to 10 images of artworks or photographs, videos or renderings – supported by a textual statement. Entry fee per project is 30 euro.
A shortlist of 10 projects, chosen by an international Selection Panel composed of distinguished architects, artists, university teachers and urban planners, will be exhibited from 27 August to 1 September 2012 at Magazzini del Sale, Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy, during the XIII Architecture Biennial of Venice, and will be included in a catalogue.
The winner of the ‘First Future Cities Award’ will be selected by members of the Selection Panel and announced at the exhibition opening on 27 August.

Submit your project directly online from your account in Celeste Network:

Future Cities - Planning for the 90% is a collaboration between Connecting Cultures and Celeste Network, in partnership with Domus Magazine, Bucintoro Cultura and Arte&Sale.