Become a Featured Creative

Are you a working or professional Canadian creative artist? We would like to promote your work on our website and social networks via our Featured Creative program.

is always looking to promote new, emerging and established Canadian creatives. If you have a creative work that you’d like us to feature, we welcome you to fill out this Q & A for consideration as a “Featured Creative.”

Your work could be featured on the home page of Artsculture.ca.
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Please note that the Featured Creative program is only for professional, working or student creatives in their respective fields. Ideally, the creative work is visual, but we also accept audio and interdisciplinary media.

If you are an enthusiast, please submit your media via our “Share your creative moment” section.

The following information will help us tell your creative story. Depending on your work and the quality of your answers, we many want to follow up to produce an accompanying news item or feature article.

Expect a reply within 1-2 business days.

We may want to follow up with further information for a news item or feature article.
What city/town/village do you create in?
Please provide a link to your professional portfolio
Please keep it less than 300 words
i.e. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
JPEG, TIFF, GIF and PNG formats accepted. 10 MB maximum file size. Video files should be hosted on another service such as YouTube or Vimeo.
We'd prefer a photo of you at work, or a casual snapshot, but also accept standard headshots.
Please provide all relevant details, such as location and date/time.
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