This is from a gallery in New York, but it seems to be open to anyone. Presented here as part of our ongoing commitment to the arts. Check it out, if you are interested.
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Any artist worldwide who in any way self-identifies as female may submit original works of art. Collaborations are welcome.
In January 2010 A.I.R. Gallery in NY will host “The Man I Wish I Was” a month-long, partially juried, partially invitational exhibition. In keeping with the feminist tradition of irreverent internal-critique and self-vigilance the intent of the show is to question how gender perception relates to personal identity.
We look forward to unanticipated perspectives and encourage an open interpretation of “The Man I Wish I Was.”
October 2, 2009 at midnight online, 6pm if hand delivery, or postmark October 2 by mail.
Lauren Ross, Curator and Director of Arts Programs, Friends of the High Line
Kat Griefen, Director, A.I.R. Gallery
Kharis Kennedy, Independent Curator and Artist
Artists may submit digital images via the online application, or may download a paper application to accompany slides, video or a CD of digital images.
Complete entries include:
1. Entry form;
2. Four (4) images (including details) OR one three (3) minute video;
3. $20 entry fee
Submissions may be in the form of sketches for incomplete works or images of completed works. The jury will conduct a blind review of applications; therefore, artists must not include names on submission materials, except where indicated.
Please CLICK HERE to apply online or download an entry form.
Deadline for Receipt of Entry: October 2, 2009
Acceptance Notification Date: November 15, 2009
Exhibition Dates: January 6 – January 31, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 7, 2010 from 6pm to 8pm
Please note: All inquires regarding the application process should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries will be responded to on a weekly basis.
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