Solo and Group Exhibition Proposal
We are currently accepting submissions for our 2022-2023 Vivian T. Cooke Exhibition Series
East Lubbock Art House is accepting submissions for our 2022 Open Call for Solo and Group Art Exhibitions for our Vivian T. Cooke Exhibition Series.
Please email your submissions to email@example.com with the subject line “ELAH Exhibition Proposal”.
Include in the email:
-An artist statement and/or show statement (please Google “How to write an artist statement” if you are unsure of what we are looking for)
-8-10 images of your work
-A proposal of a community engagement project associated with your art exhibition. This community engagement project is something that is free, open to the public, and offers individuals to engage in the arts and/or activism (a few examples are, but are not limited to a make n’ take event, mural, art class, artist talk, volunteer efforts).
Special consideration is being given to BIPOC artists, LGBTQIA+ artists, and artists living in Lubbock, Texas, or in the Texas region.
We are also providing artist stipends of $500 upon acceptance.
Please understand that submissions are considered based on the location of the artist, size and stability of work, the amount needed to ensure artwork, and the merit of the artist based on submissions.
The deadline for submissions is January 31st, 2022 at midnight
**Anti-Racism CALL FOR ART**
The Humanities Center of Texas Tech and East Lubbock Art House are calling for original visual art, for a juried exhibition on the Humanities Center’s 2021-2022 theme: Anti-Racism. The exhibition will open with a reception on February 11, 2022, at East Lubbock Art House (405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Suite B). We will announce a juror’s prize of 1000 dollars for one artwork in the exhibition at that event.
We are seeking art that responds to the Humanities Center’s Anti-Racism theme. As recurring overt manifestations of racism undercut the fiction that America is a “post-racial” society, many are working to challenge racism in both public and academic contexts: the Movement for Black Lives and the Stop AAPI Hate coalition; initiatives like Academics for Black Survival and Wellness; popular literature on anti-racism; educators developing anti-racist pedagogy; and scholarship focused on contemporary manifestations of racism such as the Prison Industrial Complex, the Immigration Industrial Complex, policing, control of borders/movement, linguistic racism, and anti-immigrant legislation. Accordingly, we seek works that respond to these energies, represent their challenges to racism, and/or imagine means for anti-racist redress.
Art media can include 2D work in painting, photography, printmaking, drawing, video, and 3D work in sculpture, ceramics, jewelry/metals, and installation. 2D work may not exceed 60×60 inches in size. 3D work may not exceed a 48×48 inch footprint with a maximum height of 96 inches.
The deadline for submissions is January 25, 2022, at Midnight.
Juror: Sangmi Yoo
Winning “Best of Show” artwork will receive $1,000!
For any further questions, please email Dr. Michael Borshuk, Director of the Humanities Center at michael.borshuk@ttu..edu, or Danielle Demetria East, Director of East Lubbock Art House at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Submit Art: https://forms.gle/pvoEdatQtoKS9tYq5