HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Participating in Quarantined Museum is simple: read our blog, get inspired by the theme, make an original creation (all mediums are accepted) and send it to us. Each submission should include:

 

- the title of your creation;

- the name of the participant(s);

- the age of the participant (if younger than 12 years old);

- 1 to 2 high-resolution images of your creation or a link to a video (if the creation is video);

- the city where the participant lives;

- a brief statement (2 or 3 sentences) about your creative approach and how it relates to the weekly theme.

 

Send in your submission by email to quarantaine@museejoliette.org before the last day of the month at noon.

Next deadlines :

Theme No. 13 - Tuesday, June 30 at noon 

Theme No. 14 - Friday, July 31 at noon 

Theme No. 15 - Monday, August 31 at noon 

FAQ

Can anyone participate? 

 

Yes, the whole community is invited to send in submissions. We accept all creations, as long as they relate to the weekly theme. They should conform to the guidelines (see above) and be submitted before the deadline at quarantaine@museejoliette.org.

What type of creation is accepted?

 

All types of visual art media (painting, drawing, sculpture, photo, print, sculpture, video, etc.) are accepted, but also literary, musical or other; as long as your creation relates to the visual arts and the weekly theme.

 

Is there a selection process?

 

The goal of this project is to be inclusive. We want this project to have a real community value. The only requirement is that your creation relates in some way to the weekly theme. It is thus highly recommended that participants send in a short paragraph explaining the link between their creation and the theme.

 

What do you mean by “creative approach?”

 

Your creative approach is the idea behind your creation. What did you want to express with your creation, and why?

 

Where will the creations be exhibited?

 

All creations will be exhibited right here, on www.quarantinedmuseum.com, under the "Exhibitions" section.