First Person Arts 2020 Festival RAW Stage

First Person Arts 2020 Festival RAW Stage

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Artists who push the boundaries of memoir and documentary art by delving deeper into their own forms or collaborating across disciplines. The program showcases work that is recent, innovative, and inspired by real-life experience across all genres. 
 
APPLY NOW to be a part of the 19th Annual First Person Arts Festival RAW lineup of Philly’s most innovative artists working in memoir and documentary art.

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Bruce Garrity

Bruce Garrity paints colorful and dynamic landscapes still lifes, portraits, and nudes, and re-imagines some of the great…

Bruce Garrity paints colorful and dynamic landscapes still lifes, portraits, and nudes, and re-imagines some of the great works of post-impressionist artists like Cezanne and early Modernists like Matisse…

Bruce Garrity paints colorful and dynamic landscapes still lifes, portraits, and nudes, and re-imagines some of the great works of post-impressionist artists like Cezanne and early Modernists like Matisse and Giacometti.…

Christina Penrose

Christina Penrose's work is a result of experimenting with various transfer methods, collage, and paint application. This…

Christina Penrose's work is a result of experimenting with various transfer methods, collage, and paint application. This process stimulates underlying themes that are at times autobiographical, political,…

Christina Penrose's work is a result of experimenting with various transfer methods, collage, and paint application. This process stimulates underlying themes that are at times autobiographical, political, environmental,…

Mallary Johnson
Joe Sasarak

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product…

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product of a collective memory that I share with the viewer. …

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product of a collective memory that I share with the viewer. …

Rebecca McGuire Jacob
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