Art Therapists' Art Gallery
29 November 2019
The Art Therapists' Art online gallery and how to get involved...
Is an online gallery which showcases the work of qualified and trainee Art Therapists who are also Artists. The gallery includes artworks from around the world. New artworks are selected and added to the galleries on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook on Mondays, posted on all of BAAT's social media platforms, and featured in BAATs fortnightly eBulletin which is sent to over 3,000 members.
Images from the gallery are also selected for publication on the front covers of the International Journal of Art Therapy: Inscape and BAAT Newsbriefing.
Themed calls for art submissions
Although all artworks continue to be welcomed, during this time we have a special call for art...
International examinations of anti-oppressive art therapy: intersectionality, anti-colonialism, and cultural humility
The International Journal of Art Therapy: Inscape, Canadian Journal of Art Therapy & Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association are collaborating to simultaneously publish special issues addressing intersectionality, anti-colonialism, and cultural humility in the field of art therapy.
In addition to journal submissions, everyone is welcome to submit art-based responses to the themes of this Multi-Journal Collaborative Special Issue via the Art Therapists' Art Gallery & BAAT Open Gallery. Submissions can include photography, still images of artwork, or video art (max 1 minute).
All artworks which meet the gallery requirements will be included in the online exhibitions. Three artworks from the online galleries will be selected as Cover Art for the journals collaborating in this special issue. Please see submission guidance and requirements below.
To see the full call for papers and art click here
Submissions open now until 30 October 2022.
How to get involved
If you would like to submit images of your art for consideration please send us up to 3 professional standard photos of your work. Images should be high resolution at least 300 pixels per inch (ppi).
You can also submit videos (up to 1 min long) for consideration. If you would like to submit a video please send us an MP4 file (720p minimum) and a high-quality still image from the video that best represents your work (a 'cover image').
Submissions should be sent in a private message either via Instagram @arttherapistsart or Facebook (BAAT-The British Association of Art Therapists) including the following:
If submitting for the 'Anti-oppressive art therapy' themed call for art, please preface your message by selecting one of the three topics you wish to submit for: intersectionality, anti-colonialism, or cultural humility
Your name and professional status (Art Therapist/ Trainee):
Which country you live/work in:
Title(s) of the artwork:
A sentence about the context of the artwork(s):
Dates the artworks were created:
Your state registration body & number (please state 'no state registration in this country' if this is the case) or the institution you are training as an art therapist in:
#ArtTherapistsArt #OnlineExhbition @baat_org
We’d love to see your work and particularly welcome celebratory pieces!
You can see a collection of artworks from Art Therapists around the world in the Art Therapists' Art Online Exhibitions below....
Instagram Gallery here
Pinterest Gallery here
Facebook Gallery here
To find out more about the BAAT Open Gallery please click here