Collective Arts Brewing wants you to be Creative

Oakville, Ontario –  After three successful label series that saw an outpouring of work from artists, musicians, filmmakers and photographers from around the world, they are ready to do it all over again. But this is no regular call for art: this September, Collective Arts Brewing will be a year old and want to celebrate by having their biggest talent turnout yet.

Their passion for all things creative has given them the goal of creating the world’s most refreshing art gallery through their labels. The joy of drinking Collective Arts comes not only from the delicious beer inside, but from the discovery of your art on the outside.

So, what does this mean? Submitted art will be chosen by a jury of experts in all related fields: art/design/beer/music. All selected work will live on their labels for three months and is credited to the artist on the label. It will also be linked to your bio and video, sound track, motion graphics, and multi-media assets you have to support your work. That’s not all – a unique smartphone app, BLIPPAR™, will launch videos, music, motion graphics and information about your art when your label is scanned – connecting you with their beer drinkers on an interactive level. They also don’t own your art, and your images will never be sold to a 3rd party.

In addition to gaining mass exposure, your work will be a part of an overall publicity campaign around Collective Arts Brewing, further promoting your art and gaining worldwide notoriety. Their beer and artists have been featured in The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, Sharp Magazine,, Toronto Star, Toronto Life, CityNews, Strategy Magazine, Hamilton Spectator, NOW, The Grid (RIP), Azure Magazine and many more outlets online and across North America.


Who is Eligible to Enter

Collective Arts Brewing Label Series Four is open to all artists around
the globe! They are looking for all types of inspiring work including:
Painting, Illustration, Photography, Design, Film, Video, Performance,
Sound, New Media and more! Only stipulations: artwork must be your own
original artwork for which you have a title, no nudity, and you must be
of legal drinking age in your country of residence to enter.
Participants must agree to Collective Arts Brewing Terms of Use.

How to Submit Work

They are accepting entries online. To submit art, find out about music and image requirements, and get details on the myriad of artist benefits, click here.

You can also submit by regular mail:

Collective Arts Brewing
6-1500 Upper Middle Rd. W., Suite #131
Oakville, Ontario L6M 0C2



You have until October 31st, 2014!


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