Competitions 2020 Vision: Seeing Ourselves Through Challenging Times
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U.S. National Deadline: February 28, 2021 – This past year was like no other, fraught with stress, uncertainty, grief, isolation, fear, outrage and more as we grappled with major challenges in our daily lives and in the world around us. It was also a year of finding ways to cope with the challenges and pushing back against personal difficulties and larger problems in the world—in short, of adapting and surviving.
Show us your responses to the past 12 months, however they may have manifested as creative acts: art reflecting your losses or struggles, your tales of survival, your revelations or lessons learned, your actions to materialize change, your quiet meditations or reflections, or even your acknowledgement of the simple pleasures in everyday life amidst all the stress.
Selected works will be exhibited online at Cabrillo Gallery March 22–April 16, 2021
US artists working in any media, including video (video must be 3 minutes or shorter). Entries must be original work not previously shown at the Cabrillo Gallery.
$30 for up to 3 entries that address the concept of the exhibition.
Eleanor Harwood, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco… see more
Three cash awards will be presented: $300, $200, $100
$30.00 (Discount available for Cabrillo students).
Acceptance/Awards Announced March 13, 2021.
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