HINDSIGHT, 2020 WAS A
This Deadline Expired: Saturday, December 19, 2020
For many 2020 was a year like no other. A global pandemic hit, wildfires swept through large portions of countries while hurricanes and storms flooded others, people died, lives were put on hold, jobs were lost, economies were in crisis, schools closed, major elections took place, and more. What did 2020 look like for you? How did it feel? How did you respond? How has this year shaped you, your life, and your practice? At IncuArts they ask, “What happened?”
HINDSIGHT, 2020 WAS A is a look back on the year 2020, at what happened and what it meant to us.
Artists of all media are encouraged to apply.
Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply.
Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.
Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms.
*Entries will be reviewed on a weekly basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.*
Entry Deadline: December 19, 2020
Selections Announced- December 23, 2020
Exhibition Dates – January 1 – 31, 2021
$30 ENTRY FEE
Submit up to 5 Images for $30.
Submit up to 2 videos for $30.
Mediums Accepted: All mediums, Original works only, produced in the past 3 years
(video/ time based, 2D, 3D)
Please see the Calls for Entries page for submission details: https://www.incuarts.com/hindsight-2020-was-a
About the juror:
Sharon Heitzenroder is a feminist, artist, activist, and educator. Much of her work deals with issues related to mental health, gender, and disparities perpetuated by systems of power. She received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, taught for UC Santa Cruz, the Academy of Art University, and more. She has traveled and worked internationally as a visiting artist and artist in residence at the: Kala Art Institute in California, Academie Beeldende Kunsten and Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium,and the Nagasawa Art Park in Japan. She has served as the Exhibitions Chair for the California Society of Printmakers and has curated numerous shows.