Call for Art: Speak Up, Digital Exhibition

Call for Art: Speak Up, Digital Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, August 16, 2020

Current events have your mind (and creativity) spinning? Kirkland Arts Center wants to hear from you.

Calling for submissions for KAC’s first-ever Digital Exhibition: Speak Up! Speak Up is a digital exhibition that welcomes any form of artwork that addresses equality and equity in our current political climate. Submission deadline is August 16th at 11:59 pm!

There will be a People’s Choice Award! The winning artist will have the opportunity to exhibit their work with Kirkland Arts Center in the gallery, or one of their satellite locations!

How to submit your work:
1) Create an Instagram post with an image of your finished artwork!
2) In the caption, include your title, date of completion, and medium
3) Tell about how the piece relates to equality or equity.
4) Tag @KirklandArtsCenter and use hashtag #SpeakUpWithKAC

Details:
All mediums and artists welcome!
Submit up to 3 pieces.
Your Instagram account must be public – and be certain you’ve tagged us and used the hashtag, so they don’t miss your submission!

Questions? Reach out to Exhibitions@KirklandArtsCenter.org

Learn more here

Peter Cunicelli
Peter Cunicelli
As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill. Moving to Philadelphia, she earned her BFA with honors from the University of The Arts, and MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Art. Currently, she is working in her studio at the Crane Old School in Philadelphia.
In her work she is pulling from her reservoir of life experiences, memories, intuitive processes, and curiosity to construct a “place”, an environment – a landscape. Within it, she aims to present an idea composed of multiple layers, which focuses not only on the physical “being” of land, but also on land as a source of emotional and psychological mood.
Dganit Zauberman
Dganit Zauberman

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill.…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill. Moving to Philadelphia,…

Idalia Vasquez-Achury
Idalia Vasquez-Achury
Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal spiritual meaning, something she realized through meditating on the five Natural Elements.
Won Choi
Won Choi

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal…

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal spiritual meaning, something she realized through meditating on the five Natural…

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal spiritual meaning, something she realized through meditating on the five Natural Elements.…

D’nae Harrison
D’nae Harrison
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