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Free Artwork Critique Submission Form

Submit your artwork for a free live critique on YouTube!

We accept submissions on a rolling basis from artists ages 11 and up. We accept all forms of visual art: photography, 3D, animation, painting, short films, (limit 3 min) digital media, drawing, installation art, printmaking, graphic design, jewelry, artist book, illustration, and more!

You can submit 1 artwork up once a month.

If you have already received a critique from us, please wait at least 1 month before submitting again as we need to make room for new artists to receive a critique. Please know that we do not accept fan art.

If your artwork is accepted for a free critique, we cannot guarantee when your artwork will be critiqued. We do email artists our critique schedule in advance of when their artwork will be critiqued.

Submission of plagiarized artworks will not be tolerated.

All artwork submitted must be original. If we discover at any point that your artwork was plagiarized, your submission will be disqualified and you will no longer be eligible to participate in any Art Prof video content in the future. Plagiarism is a serious offense and we do not take it lightly. For more information on plagiarism, copyright, and art ethics, please watch the videos in this playlist.

If you need further assistance, please contact us.

Writing your artist statement

Your artist statement is enormously helpful to us when we critique your work, so the more insight you provide us about your artwork(s), the better equipped we will be to give you a thorough critique.

If you haven't written an artist statement before, we have a video and a written article for writing an artist statement here on this page. We do consider the amount of effort and thought an artist invests into writing their artist statement when we review submissions.  If you copy and paste your biography from your website instead of answering the questions below, write a very short artist statement that is only about 2 sentences, or if you type curt answers to our questions below, your submission is much less likely to be accepted.

We recommend writing your artist statement elsewhere first so that you have a copy of it saved in case anything happens while you are filling out this form.

Please answer these questions in your artist statement. 

1. What is your background as an artist?

2. Explain your approach to the art media you used in your submission.

3. What was your motivation for choosing your subject matter?

4. What themes and ideas are you trying to communicate?

5. What do you aim to achieve in your artwork?

6. Anything else you'd like us to know about you or your artwork.

Please format your artist statement as a narrative statement that is written in first person.  If you type short answers to our questions into the text area without formatting it as a narrative statement, your submission will not be accepted. 

Look at the artist statement in the video description of this video for an example of a narrative artist statement written in first person. If you have questions, please contact us.

Please use the checkbox below to indicate that you have read our Terms and Conditions.

Before clicking "submit," please read below on how to confirm that your submission form was received, and about our notification process. 

Submission form confirmation
After you click “submit,” this page will refresh. Look for the green bar that says “your post was successfully submitted!” that will appear below the video at the top of the page.  See the image below for what that green bar will look like, the red arrow points at the green bar in this image.

Email Notification
You will receive an email from us about whether your artwork(s) were accepted or not. Please be patient as we receive many submissions every day and we cannot respond as quickly as we would like to. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks, you can email Prof Lieu.

Submission Form Confirmation
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