A global network of students and emergent artists
We believe that the visual language of art has the power to communicate across geographic and cultural distances, to open new perspectives on our experience in the world, and to facilitate the understanding of experiences and traditions different from our own.
Countries reached: 60 countries in
Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, North and South America
Founded in 2012, Emergent Art Space is an international non-profit organisation
based in San Francisco, California.
We welcome artists in all fields, still in school or under 30.
MISSION and GOALS
To promote the exposure and circulation of artwork by young international artists.
To facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences through diverse art practices, traditions, and perspectives.
To foster connection, dialogue, and mutual understanding between young artists across cultures.
To contribute to the conversation about the evolving role of art in the contemporary global society.
(Click on each image to see the interview)
" …all of the artists on the site are young…which is a new approach for an organization…it gives us a chance to show ourselves and our work."
Seoul, South Korea
"EAS in an international context is important because it suggests a broader perspective of the world. Each artist from various cultural backgrounds can bring up issues based on their own experiences."
Art - Projects - Interviews - Announcements - Online galleries
The Emergent Art Space website provides a space where young artists can share their works, projects and experiences, thus creating an international online network.
It accepts all forms of visual work: painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, photography,
videos, mixed media, digital, site-based work, and installation.
It hosts online galleries and exhibitions, contributions on specific topics and interviews.
It welcomes both individual and collaborative projects.
Emergent Art Space encourages diversity, values traditions, welcomes the new and experimental.
Emergent Art Space launches international young artists exhibitions with partners on location.
Documentations of past exhibitions:
Grazia Peduzzi: Executive Director
Ann Wettrich: Programs Director
Victoria Ayala: Artist Liaison
Jamie Turner: Website Coordinator
Uji Venkat: Writer/Editor
BOARD of DIRECTORS:
Catherine Armsden - Rachel Hooper - Norman Packard - Grazia Peduzzi
Add your voice, share your art.
Be part of the global conversation.
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org