CALL FOR WOMEN ARTISTS!

CALL FOR WOMEN ARTISTS!

This Deadline Expired: Friday, June 12, 2020

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which granted women the right to vote. However, after the ratification, voting struggles continued for marginalized groups. This fall, Main Line Art Center will present a juried exhibition of 19 contemporary women and female-identifying artists whose work responds to 100 years of women’s suffrage and the women’s rights movement then and now. This exhibition will not only be a commentary on historic events but a deeper conversation of contemporary inequality by a variety of voices.

Artists should apply with artwork that explores and responds to the following questions:
What do 100 years of women’s suffrage mean today – where are we now? How have marginalized groups been a catalyst for change throughout history? Artists should consider current events and their personal identity, in shaping their response.

DEADLINE: Friday, June 12, 2020, by 11:59 p.m.
APPLY HERE: mainlineart.slideroom.com
QUESTIONS: Paige Cherrington, Exhibitions Manager, pcherrington@mainlineart.org or 610.525.0272 ext. 116
APPLICATION FEE: Members $20/Non-Members $25
ARTWORK DROP-OFF: August 27, 28 (Install: August 31 – Sept 4)
EXHIBITION: September 8 – October 18, 2020
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, September 11, 2020 5:30 – 8:00pm

More information:
https://www.mainlineart.org/exhibitions/artist-opportunities/

Linda Brenner

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions…

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions and references primal imagery, which transcends style or ethnic origin.…

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions and references primal imagery, which transcends style or ethnic origin.…

Ursula Hertz Sternberg

Artist and InLiquid member Ursula Hertz Sternberg passed away September 22, 2000. The following is an obituary reprinted…

Artist and InLiquid member Ursula Hertz Sternberg passed away September 22, 2000. The following is an obituary reprinted from the Chestnut Hill Local.…

Artist and InLiquid member Ursula Hertz Sternberg passed away September 22, 2000. The following is an obituary reprinted from the Chestnut Hill Local.…

Gregory Brellochs

Gregory Brellochs is a Philadelphia-based artist, Professor, and the Visual and Performing Arts, Chair at Camden County College…

Gregory Brellochs is a Philadelphia-based artist, Professor, and the Visual and Performing Arts, Chair at Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey. Brellochs has held numerous solo exhibitions and…

Gregory Brellochs is a Philadelphia-based artist, Professor, and the Visual and Performing Arts, Chair at Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey. Brellochs has held numerous solo exhibitions and has been featured…

Roberta Massuch
Anne D. Marble
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