Call for Female Artists: visual artists, writers, poets, performers and musicians




We at Art Saves Lives are so excited about our first “Celebration of Women Month”

This month of March was chosen in honour of International Women’s day on the 8th of March, however we decided a day was not enough!

So we decided to dedicate the entire month to women who use arts to better the world.

We are looking for female artists and creatives from all disciplines for our first ever ASLI E-magazine which will come out in the last week of March. Which will be filled with beautiful art, articles, stories and more…

We are also running campaigns on our website and social media sites about important concerns which women and girls face on a daily basis all over the world. We have asked artists to contribute art, creative writing, poetry, music, performance pieces, blogs and articles on these 4 topics:

  1. Equal Rights for women

  2. Violence against women

  3. Education for girls and young women

  4. Female Stereotypes

If you are an artist or creative who would like to contribute please contact us at and submit your piece and your details.

*The last date we will NOW accept contributions will be on the 6th of March.

*(we had to change the date as we have had over 500 submissions in 2 days)

There is also a contact form at the bottom of this article if you have any questions.

You can also tweet us your images to be shared @ASLInonprofit

Or you can instagram your images with the hashtags #artsaveslivesinternational @artsaveslivesint

Get involved!!

35 thoughts on “Call for Female Artists: visual artists, writers, poets, performers and musicians

  1. Submission in category of Violence Against Women WHAT PRICE LOVE she looked intently at her face in the mirror
    she saw a young woman, weary beyond her years
    there was no joy in her eyes
    their light had gone out
    she saw fear there
    she saw pain there
    a single tear slipped down her cheek

    the loud banging sound of the front door slamming shut startled her
    and she dropped the hairbrush she had been holding
    it made an ugly, clunky sound as it hit the dresser

    she turned to the sound of heavy footsteps in the hall
    his large frame filled the doorway

    she barely saw the shiny object before she heard the noise
    she searched her mind to make sense of what was happening
    but the bullet slammed into her brain before she realized that she had paid the ultimate price for loving him


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