Promote Your Artwork for #Twitter Art Exhibit


 Tips on how to promote the artwork you submitted to the #Twitter Art Exhibit

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You can be sure to have your artwork promoted when you submit your artwork to Twitter Art Exhibit.

Twitter Art Exhibit - Call for Artists  -  "Social media plays a major role in #Twitter Art Exhibit. It is our intention to tweet, share, seed and promote our artists to thank them for their participation, and to make this event a huge success."

Your artwork is shared on Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook when you submit it to Twitter Art Exhibit.

Benefits for Artists

  • Get your artwork seen by the world and be established as an artist online!
  • There is no risk since there is no exclusions. No need to fear rejection, phew!
  • Doesn’t cost much except postage and materials, and a little of your time

Twitter Art Exhibit is a global event that ties together artists of all kinds. Use your submission into the Twitter Art Exhibit to connect with artists online!

By telling the world about your entry into the exhibit you can help promote the event and your work and yourself as an artist


Before Submitting Your Work

Tweet, or tell your friends on Facebook that you are going to enter the exhibit.

  • Take work in progress photos and post them on Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.
  • Post on social media when you are sending in your submission.
  • Tag everything with #twitterartexhibit !
  • Encurage others to participate in the Twitter Art Exhibit.


After Submitting Your Work

  • Make a board on Pinterest about your submission.
  • Retweet on Twitter and Reblog on Tumblr when your submission goes online!
  • Reblog and retweet others artists submissions.
  • Use social media to raise awareness about the event.

So why should you want to promote your artwork online?

If you’re not set up on social media your submission into the Twitter Art Exhibit is a motivation to get your artwork out online! Social media is a great way for artists to connect with their audience and get their artwork seen. By helping to promote the Twitter Art Exhibit you can boost your social media profiles and get the hang of how to use them as an artist.

Twitter Art Party

You can only submit one piece of artwork so get your friends together to make submissions too! Bust out your unused art supplies and encourage your friends to bring theirs along. Make a fun night out of helping others create their submissions. since the artwork is small it is fairly quick to make. You can all make a few each and send in your best one! Teach your friends and discover the joy of teaching art to others. Get inspired by the pictures we compiled of famous artists with their friends.


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How to Enter Twitter Art Exhibit


Thinking about entering the #Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando?

In this article we share with you some tips on how to make and submit your artwork to the Twitter Art Exhibit.

About the exhibit:

Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando is the fourth installment of an open international exhibition of handmade postcard art for charity, donated by hundreds of participating artists from around the globe.”

It’s an exciting annual social media based art show that benefits Benefiting The Center for Contemporary Dance, Special Needs Classes. This is a great way for artists of any level to experience entering an Art Show.

Meet the amazing all volunteer organization of Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando

Why Enter Twitter Art Exhibit:

“Social media plays a major role in Twitter Art Exhibit. It is our intention to tweet, share, seed and promote our artists to thank them for their participation, and to make this event a huge success.

The event will be highly publicized and well attended by art buyers and enthusiasts, members of the press, local artists and the community, as well as by The Center for Contemporary Dance Students and Faculty.”

How to Enter Twitter Art Exhibit

We put together an easy 3 step guide to entering the twitter art exhibit. It's easier than you think!

Step 1: Get ready!


You must be a Twitter user to participate in Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando.

Make sure to follow @twitrartexhibit and search the hashtag #twitterartexhibit.

Prepare your paper- postcard sized , 6 x 4 inches or 16 x 12 cm ONLY

read here about paper requirements for #TwitterArtExhibit

Step 2: Make art!


Express yourself -  and help others at the same time. Tell your artist friends about Twitter Art Exhibit: Orlando.

Sign your work and on the back include this information:

  • Real name
  • @twittername
  • City and country
  • Your e-mail
  • Website (if applicable)
  • Title (if applicable)

Step 3: Send it!


“Send a message to with the heading Twitter Art Exhibit Orlando to indicate your interest in participating. This is your pre-registration, and allows us to plan ahead for the exhibition. You are fully registered when your work is received at the destination.

Please ship your work, well protected in an envelope, via regular first class mail as this worked best in past exhibitions.”

The Center for Contemporary Dance 3580 Aloma Ave #7 Winter Park, FL 32792 U. S. A.

Tip - To protect your artwork, mail it between two pieces of rigid cardboard.


learn about the program the #TwitteArtExhibit benefits

check for updates!


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10 Artist Trading Card Groups


ATC groups for every skill level and media.

Are you interested in trading or exchanging your Artist Trading Cards? To get you started we have gathered information on several types of trading groups.

Artist Trading Card local meetups

Find Artist Trading Card groups near you through

“Meet other local collectors, creators and traders. Share your favorite collectible art made to trade with other artists!”

Illustrated ATCs

“We are a juried trading group for artists who have been creating art for sometime and want to trade for ATCs and mail art that exhibits a more advanced stage of artistic development and skill. If you're still learning to draw or paint, then this probably isn't the place for you.”
- from the Illustrated ATC registration page

ATCs for All

"Our focus is on friendly ATC and mail art trading and swapping in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Everyone is welcome here. All mediums are welcome too--stamping, painting, drawing, collage, mixed media, fabric, clay--you name it, we do it! And we don't just trade ATCs; there is a lot going on here."

Art Cards Wanted

"Two months ago, we started up a new website dedicated to art cards (ACEOs), because of the growing interest from artists around the world and our own members. Although the site is very new, it's already been a great success."


"We are looking for a few paper crafters who love what they do and want to share it with others by joining either the ATC or Card teams already in existence; creative individuals who enjoy being part of a dynamic team, who are interested in building a strong challenge blog, and who love to see what others are up to; individuals with a positive and supportive attitude and enthusiasm."

ATC World

“If you love ATC's (Artist Trading Cards), then come join us! We have swaps running all the time, each listed in the database. This group is for sharing art work through ATCs.”

Artist Trading Cards Group

This group is for Artist Trading Cards or ATC's. We run this group so that others can share in our enthusiastic endeavors. We LOVE them! Working on a smaller scale is fun & fast!

ArtTrader Magazine

“ArtTrader is geared toward artists of all levels who enjoy trading mail art and creating altered art and other items. Our articles focus on new to intermediate level artists though we are also a good source of info for more established or professional artists who want to have fun with mixed media and collage. Our magazine often contains artistic nudity and mature themes.”
-from the ArtTrader site

ATC Quarterly Journal

This magazine is no longer published. But here is a pdf sample copy with some intersting Artist Trading Card themes and ideas.