Some Opportunities…and Don’t Forget The Meyer!
Sloth. Pride. Envy. Lust. Gluttony. Wrath. Greed. Long held as the seven deadly sins, we see evidence of their presence daily in Western Society. Some of these sins are even “celebrated” as virtues in modern society. This exhibit challenges artists for their interpretation of one, several, or all of these sins via the media of their choice.
Be sure to note which sin(s) is being portrayed.
Studio 659, located 20 minutes outside of Chicago in NW Indiana in the Historic Downtown District of Whiting, IN. The show will be held April 8, 2011 through April 30, 2011.
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More is More examines a common tendency towards multiples and repetition in contemporary art. Our love and worship of multiples takes on many forms, including both repeating objects and images. Are we responding to an influence from industry, technology, materialism and consumerism? Or is this exponential growth from a more abstract desire or compulsion? Regardless where the pattern originated, these serial acts have profound implications about the society that created them. This national juried exhibition offers artists’ exploring the concept of multiples, repetition or abundance, in any media, a chance to exhibit the results. LAL invites artists to openly and creatively interpret this theme.
For complete prospectus please visit http://www.lexingtonartleague.org/calltoartist.htm or contact Becky Alley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 859-254-7024.
Submit up to three images in .JPG format, to Studio659Whiting@aol.com – Subject: 7 Deadly Sins.
Submissions must be received via email no later than March 4, 2011.
For MICA Photo Seniors Only
The Meyer Photography Traveling Fellowship
The Application process is now open and the deadline is February 14th.
The Meyer Photography Traveling Fellowship was established in 1988 with a generous gift from an Janice Meyer. The fellowship is awarded annually to a senior photography student to help finance a personal photographic project in the United States or Abroad after graduation. The award winner has a year to complete the project, and in the late spring has an exhibition, reception, and artist talk concerning the work completed with the aid of the Meyer Fellowship.
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And as always everyone Good Luck!!!