2014 CALL FOR ARTISTS
Art & Democracy V is the fifth art exhibition with the theme of art and democracy; this year it is returning to Greater Los Angeles after its successful 3 months run in New York City five years ago. Visual Artists Guild and curator Diana Wong welcome artworks that address issues concerning: social justice, immigrant rights, freedom, global climate change, democratic struggles and civil liberties for their ART & DEMOCRACY V exhibit to be held on May 20th to June 28th 2014 at the Building Bridges Art Foundation gallery in Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, California.
The Art Exhibition hopes to keep alive the dialogue of “Freedom” and to highlight the 25th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre and the fall of the Berlin Wall. With this exhibit, Visual Artists Guild hopes to create a space for the world to celebrate human rights, freedom of expression and civil liberties. Special events include live entertainment, panel discussions, artist meet-and-greets and public participation on a communal art project.
Interested artists are invited to submit artwork by sending images in the form of .jpgs, web links or .pdf documents. Interested artists are required to fill the attached application and are encouraged to submit a bio, resume and links to a portfolio. All media will be considered. Please e-mail all items to committee chair and assistant curator Selene V.T. at: firstname.lastname@example.org
All items (application, images, bio, resume, portfolio) must reach the committee no later than April 15th 2014. All artwork sent for consideration must be work that represents the exhibit theme of ART & DEMOCRACY. Please include a brief description of the artwork, along with medium and dimensions.
Successful applicants will be notified by May 1st 2014, and will be provided a contract that details terms and conditions. Successful applicants will be encouraged to attend all events and the opening ceremony held on May 24th 2014.
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About Visual Artists Guild
Visual Artists Guild is a non-profit organization that champions the right of freedom of speech and expression. Established in May 1985, it holds the belief that the right of freedom of expression is the lifeblood of all artists. Its mission is to bring to world attention whenever such a right is threatened or suppressed.
ART & DEMOCRACY V 2014 - APPLICANT INFORMATION
E-mail all documents to: email@example.com
NAME OF ARTIST / GROUP
BRIEF ARTIST BIO
MEDIUM / ARTWORK DESCRIPTION / DIMENSIONS
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