Submissions Accepted from October 3 - October 17, 2018
Represent is an exhibit that showcases work by Art Center’s creatives of color exploring the theme of representation: How do you depict yourself or your identity? How do you want to be seen? How do you shape the ways you’re represented?
Click here to submit your proposal : all you’ll need to submit is your contact info, bio, some rough sketches or images of your idea, and a description of how your work fits the theme of the show.
The Antiracist Classroom and CHROMA invite Art Center students and alumni of color to submit proposals for work from Wednesday, October 3 through Wednesday, October 17. Selected submissions will be showcased in a group exhibition Saturday, December 1st at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.
Art and design are visual and tactile practices often concerned with presenting our own interpretations of moments, people, places, and communities. For this exhibit, we seek submissions that explore what it looks like to genuinely, respectfully, and fully represent who you are and what “proper” representation looks like from your perspective. Works submitted might examine how one experiences the joys and burdens of representing themselves or their membership in a community or collective identity. Others might look at how a creative can choose to represent themselves or how their identity is influenced by the people around them or environments around them. We invite creatives of color who submit work to explore through making what representation means, how it affects them, and how they experience it in their daily life.
You may submit work of any media type, such as installations, illustration, graphic design, film, photography, sculpture, or multi-media projects.
Contributors don’t need to be located in the LA/Pasadena area, but would need to be responsible for shipping their own work to the location.
Call for Proposals Open
Notice of Acceptance
Friday, November 2
Final Measurements etc. Due
Monday, November 26
December 1, Time TBD
Exhibit @ Armory Center for the Arts