How to register in steps
1. Read the full Terms & Conditions and tick to agree to Terms and Conditions in the online Submission Form
2. Pay the £20 entry fee. Your work will not be considered by the Panel of Judges if you did not proceed with the payment.
3. Upload image / images of your work. (Minimum size – 1MB). Include links and any necessary passwords to online based media (Vimeo, YouTube etc) in the submission form.
If you have any specific questions regarding artwork submission do not hesitate to contact one of the curators at:
Terms and Conditions
Located in the heart of New York at Brooklyn, we have selected the location due to two neighbourly considerations of Amant – This is a newly opened museum by an important philanthropist for collectors and art connoisseurs and home to a Brooklyn-based nonprofit arts organisation in 2019. An institution that supports experimentation and dialogue through exhibitions, public programs and artist residencies.
Passion for Freedom Art Festival offers a large showcase, representing the expression of
freedom at an international scale. Artworks are carefully selected by an independent jury from the most
promising contemporary artists who want to share their stories with the public and
willing to explore change in their hearts and minds.
The sheer variety of work presented each year is what makes Passion for Freedom
Festival an annual highlight of the cultural and freedom calendar. As always, the public will get the chance to select their favourite artists and vote for the best
The world’s largest freedom festival, with a long history of open-entry exhibitions, represents traditional and cross-media art, which will be presented together with selected film makers. Three visual artists will be nominated for General Awards. The audience will vote
for their favourite piece of art for the People’s Choice Freedom Award during the
Passion for Freedom invites submissions from visual artists working in the following mediums: painting, sculpture, drawing, print making, photography, mixed media, installation and video.
Artists are asked to respond to the following questions or one of them through their work and a short artist statement discussing their work (online form – one of the sections):
- WHAT IS FREEDOM?
- HOW DO YOU PRESERVE IT?
- HOW DO YOU CELEBRATE IT?
Due to the site specific nature of performance works, artists representing this medium are requested to contact the Curators before applying.
There is a size limitation of 1.5 metres width for two-dimensional work, 1.20 metres width and depth and 2.5 metre height for three-dimensional work, 10 minutes for video (These dimensions might be subject to change depending on the hired gallery’s entrance door. We do hope to secure a larger space to allow all artists to enter the competition).
A non-refundable administration fee of £20.00 for each submitted work is charged and must be paid at the time of submission.
Images should be submitted in JPEG format, minimum size 1MB
Artists submitting time based media should provide a link to view the work online e.g. VIMEO, YouTube. Artists should make works easily downloadable in case they have been selected; alternatively a DVD/pen drive copy should be sent to the PFF gallery address listed below.
No works will be accepted after the submission deadline 01th April 2024.
The submission form should be completed online. Submitting the work with the form means that the artist agrees to the Terms and Conditions.
Gallery of the Seven Houses Brooklyn, New York 11206 next to Amant – Brooklyn
Passion for Freedom reserves the right to make changes to the competition as may be necessary due to unforeseen circumstances.
Works will be offered for sale. Passion for Freedom charges a commission of 30% of the sale price. This must be calculated within the price given by the artist.
Passion for Freedom reserves the right to reproduce exhibitors’ images for publicity purposes and to copy any visual material submitted. (In full or part)
Artists are responsible for insuring their own work. All works accepted by Passion for Freedom Team are entirely at the artists’ risk and the Team will not accept or be under any liability for loss or damage, etc., although every care will be taken of work submitted.
All means to present the artworks must be provided by the artist e.g. plinths, cabinets, etc. Artists who have not secured hanging system for their work will be charged £50.
Limited number of monitors, DVD players and plinths may be provided. Please contact the Curators.
Information to Artists 15th Passion for Freedom Art Competition 2024
Deadline for submissions:
1st of April 2024 at 13.00/1pm
Notification of the Selection Panel’s decision by Monday 15th of April 2024.
Artists are responsible for the delivery and collection of their work.
Delivery and Collection of selected work to be announced shortly after the shortlist is being announced. Artworks not collected by the stated dates after the exhibition finishes will be disposed of at the discretion of Passion for Freedom Team.