Teaching Children About Racial Justice - Call for Art
|All artists and creatives are invited to submit work to “Teaching Children About Racial Justice,” a virtual online exhibition in a three-dimensional 360 degree gallery. It is open to current, renewing and new Unbound Visual Arts’ members.
Non-members may join UVA after they receive word of their acceptance. There is an option for low-income artists and creatives to receive a complimentary membership. New media and non-media in all formats are welcome and encouraged.
New media art includes: video art, film, digital art and media, multimedia installations, interactive art, variable media, art from emerging artists, internet art, art at intersections with science and technology, webcams, computer graphics and games, video games, animation, art as biotechnology, cyberspace, electronic art, virtual art, computer robotics, 3D printing, photography, lens-based media, hypertext, audio art, CD-ROMs, surveillance technology, GPS systems, wireless telephones, etc.
Non-media art encompasses 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional works such as paintings, sculptures, photographs, collages, drawings, quilts, videos, poetry, recorded performances, stories, etc.
Have a question for Kyung? Kyung@UnboundVisualArts.org
How to Apply
|Please be sure to hit “submit” at the end of the form. The deadline to submit is August 30, 2021. The form includes approving the exhibition agreement. This curated exhibit is in a virtual 3D gallery that includes an exhibition curator, online sales, an online catalogue, and a public opening program. The projected start date of the exhibit is September 17, 2021 and runs through November 15, 2021.
Deadline to submit – August 30, 2021