We're doing a women's exhibition addressing our intersecting identities as artists, daughters, lovers, mothers, from all ages, races, social classes, and cultures.
If you're a bad ass woman artist in New York, or know someone who is, tell them about this amazing opportunity! We're accepting submissions until March 1st!
Here's the formal information: (and a link for the file)
In recognition of Women’s History Month we want to celebrate the contribution of New York’s women artists with an exhibition honoring our creative power. As women we inhabit intersecting, often conflicting, identities. Our creative expression is informed by our unique experiences as women, as members of varying classes, races, sexualities, as mothers, daughters and lovers, as New Yorkers and as artists. The show will examine how New York’s women artists channel these themes through their work, and, by exhibiting a variety of lived realities, will attempt to provide insight into the lives of women today.
We would like a wide variety of media by women from all backgrounds and all paths to claim this space of acceptance.
The Center is a unique platform for female and queer artistic expression. We have previously exhibited the work of Mireia Sallarés, Catherine Opie, Kiki Smith, Joann Santangelo, Fierce Pussy, Wu Ingrid Tsang, Catherine Gund, Magdalena Castañeda, Kelly Klein and The Guerrilla Girls among others.
How To Submit Work:
1) Please submit 1-5 jpeg images of work by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (images may not exceed 1000 pixels in any dimension and may not exceed 300k in memory) or by mail to 208 W. 13th St., NY, NY 10011 by March 1st, we will determine how many pieces from each artist we will accept once all submissions are in.
2) Notification will be sent to the selected artists by March 7th.
3) Deadline for delivery of work to the Center will be March 18th.
Note: Artists may have work up for sale with a %15 commission to the Center.