SEAF 2013 Call for Art
It's that time of year again! The Seattle Erotic Art Festival is excited to announce that we are accepting art submissions from now through March 10, 2013. The festival will be held June 20-23, 2013 at Fremont Studios in conjunction with the Fremont Summer Solstice Fair, which attracts thousands of patrons each year.
Call for Art
The Seattle Erotic Art Festival is seeking visual art of all kinds, short film/video, literary art, installation art, performance art and pieces for the popular Festival store. All artists 18 years old or older are encouraged to submit art for consideration. We accept submissions and feature
In college you see a lot of people in a natural state of emotional development. They see something that bothers them and decide what is wrong about the thing that creates that emotion or anxiety. As people mature, hopefully they see something that bothers them and search within for the part of them that creates that emotion. Unfortunately while in the former state they say some pretty judgemental things. In some ways we are always fighting to grow out of this stage or habit.
I used to do a lecture for university classes on erotic art. The first half was about the democratization of what is an erotic image since the internet. The second half
First let me start off by apologizing to those who were upset by DA's social network file sharing policy. I defended DA stating that having control over the original file was better than letting people cut and paste. That being able to edit or take down the original photo gave an artist some control over social media sharing like tumbler and facebook. I was wrong. When you allow sharing and someone shares a file of yours, DA creates a separate node or record and serves that image from that new node or image file. When you edit your old image file this new one does not get touched. In my case I published a version of :thumb37906976: without a