October 1st, 2009 through December 31st, 2009
222 East 34th Street
New York City
SUBMIT ENTRIES PRIOR TO AUGUST 30, 2009
(accepting works for indoor & outdoor spaces: images, dimensions, proposals, statements, cv/bio) to:
The Art and Democracy IV Exhibition will commemorate the 20th Anniversary of both the Tiananmen Square Massacre and the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
Following three successful shows in Los Angeles, this is the Visual Artists Guild's first New York exhibit.
Recognizing that ART is the most powerful vehicle for expression and that DEMOCRACY deals with the Rights of Society as a whole, we call on artists to submit works and proposals of all media relating to the political and social struggles of our world and the human desire for civil liberties.
Visual Artists Guild is a non-profit organization that champions the rights of freedom of speech and expression, the lifeblood of all artists. Established in May 1985, its mission is to bring to the world's attention whenever such a right is threatened or suppressed.
Cynthia Nadelman, Consulting Curator
Ann Noonan, President VAG-NYC
Peggy Howard Chane, Chair VAG-NYC
For more info please contact Peggy Chane at 212/554-6447, or
Ann Noonan at 646/251-6069
Please visit our web site
www.visual-artists-guild.org and our
Facebook Page : Visual Artists Guild NYC
BOOK ART JEWELRY FOR DEMOCRACY by
exhibiting artist Long-Bin Chen