Call for Art Submissions – ArtC and Sol Collective
Exhibition title: You Live Here
Submit artworks for a show about climate justice, to be held at Sol Collective. Dates of show: 4/07/15 – 4/30/15
What is the role of artists in the age of climate justice?
No issue can be separated from climate change – we live with its effects every single day. We know that climate change is fueled by an exploitative relationship between humans and nature. Because our anthropogenic imprint has been substantial on natural climate variability, it follows that we must highlight those who are taking action to change course!
What does climate justice look like in our shared communities?
It is imperative that we connect the complex social and ecological realities of our time and place, including recognizing the disproportionate impact of the climate crisis on marginalized communities. Our intent is to seek out intersectional dialogues where imperialism, neo-liberalism, sexism, racism, individual and collective consumption practices are seen in relation to climate change.
We are interested in any and all creative work. Before you submit, please read the guidelines below.
All work must be submitted by Midnight March 8, 2015. Please submit your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to viewing your submissions and connecting our stories through this act of solidarity!
- Artists will be notified of acceptance of work into the exhibit by the end of March 16, 2015.
- Drop-off dates at the Sol Collective will occur during the week of March 31 – April 3, 2015 from 1pm – 6pm.
- Installation will occur during April 4 – April 6, 2015. Volunteers are welcome to help. If interested in volunteering, please contact Luis at email@example.com.
- Exhibit dates are from April 7 – April 30, 2015.
(Please read the following before submitting work!)
- We encourage artists residing in the greater Sacramento region to submit artwork, but the call is open to anyone residing anywhere on Earth.
- There is no entry fee, but the artist is responsible for delivery and pick up of artwork and other materials, as stated below.
- Artists may submit up to 2 artworks for consideration.
- Works can be any medium as long as they do not exceed the dimensions of 4x4x2ft.
- All entries should be submitted in digital format (.jpg format, 300dpi resolution) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Images of 3D works should show at least 3 different angles of the piece as a whole.
- Video works should be linked via shareable URL (you will need to set up your own audio/video/headset equipment if the work is accepted into the exhibit).
- Artists will be required to submit a typed statement, maximum of 500 words, about how their submitted piece reflects climate justice within their shared communities.
- Additionally, artists should include a brief statement about how their pieces, if accepted, should be installed in Sol Collective’s space (see floor plan below).
- Artists may also choose to sell their artwork, but please note that the gallery keeps 25% of each sale for each piece.
- All entries should be submitted through email at email@example.com by Midnight on Sunday March 8, 2015