InLiquid Peer Crit #2 Call for Submissions

InLiquid Peer Crit #2 Call for Submissions

This Deadline Expired: Monday, March 8, 2021

InLiquid’s peer crits over Zoom are intended to take our members out of the isolation of their studio practice, and reinforce the sense of community and support that we’ve all missed during the Covid pandemic.

For our second peer crit, we’re asking for members to submit their works in progress that are near completion or recently completed. Be prepared to speak about the work and your practice for 5 minutes. 

Questions? Please email lily.horner@inliquid.org

While the Zoom critique will be open to everyone, submissions are open to InLiquid Members only (we are currently accepting applications; the next deadline is June 30, 2021). This round will be on Monday, March 15th from 6-7 pm, and the guest curator will be Tausif Noor!

Submissions due March 8th.

Tausif Noor is a critic, curator, and art historian working in the fields of global modern and contemporary art based in Philadelphia. Currently a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley, Noor concentrates on the intersection of art and politics, particularly with regard to histories of nationalism and internationalism, post-colonialism, and Marxist thought. His writing can be found in  ArtforumfriezeArtAsiaPacificBOMB, and other magazines, as well as in artist catalogues for Alex Da Corte (KARMA, 2019) and the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. Noor has previously held positions at the Imperial War Museum in London, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He has curated and co-curated exhibitions at various Philadelphia art spaces, including ASIF MIAN: EVERYDAY/CHIASMA at FJORD; Rear Window (with Lauren Downing) at Pilot+Projects; and Weak Link (with Ginny Duncan) at AUTOMAT. 

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,…

Sculptor Morgan Dummitt was born and raised in Manhattan, where he began studying the figure in 2005 at the Art Students League of New York. In 2013 he earned a certificate in sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and a Bachelor's of the Fine Arts from the University of Pennsylvania.
Morgan Dummitt
Morgan Dummitt

Sculptor Morgan Dummitt was born and raised in Manhattan, where he began studying the figure in 2005 at the Art Students…

Sculptor Morgan Dummitt was born and raised in Manhattan, where he began studying the figure in 2005 at the Art Students League of New York. In 2013 he earned a certificate in sculpture from the Pennsylvania…

Sculptor Morgan Dummitt was born and raised in Manhattan, where he began studying the figure in 2005 at the Art Students League of New York. In 2013 he earned a certificate in sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the…

Anna Mogilevsky
Anna Mogilevsky
Colorful, minimalist  still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture.  Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light and shadow are key elements in these abstracted scenes of everyday life.  Working over multiple sessions result in traces of previous versions and iterations which allow the viewer to engage in the work on multiple levels.
Melissa Husted-Sherman
Melissa Husted-Sherman

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light…

Cheryl Levin
Cheryl Levin
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