I don’t stock saffron in my pantry. As much as I love the opulence & indulgence of a saffron-scented paella, the truth is that I get more mileage from luscious fats like unfiltered olive oil or nutty sesame oil. I can only punctuate my menus with such an elaborate spice on occasion, but I use oils in every dish. Opulence is user-defined & experiential, and this next Call wants your vision of the opulent. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries from curator A. Laura Brody for Opulent Mobility 2017. $20 Entry, no commission & a unique curatorial theme. We love the work of curator A. Laura Brody so much that we featured her many years ago. Stretch your creative muscles with this Call!
CALL for ENTRIES:
Opulent Mobility 2017 from
curator A. Laura Brody
“I challenge you to imagine a world where mobility, disability, and access can be opulent. I challenge you to approach the work with thoughtfulness, humor, creativity, and care. Because if we do not imagine a better world, we can’t make one happen.” — A. Laura Brody
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists 18+
MEDIA: Open to all 2 & 3-D work, film, videos of performance art & music.
THEME: Radical re-imagining of the mobility of disability
DEADLINE: July 31, 2017
NOTIFICATION: August 31, 2017
ENTRY FEE: $20 for 1, $5 ea. add’l
CURATORS: A. Laura Brody is a professional costume maker and designer who developed Opulent Mobility as a series of artworks, then built it into a juried group exhibit. Anthony Tusler is a photographer & disability arts activist. His photographs of the 1977 disability occupation of the San Francisco Federal Building are on his site: aboutdisability.com. Zeina Baltagi is a printmaker, teacher and co-founder of the Valley Print Studio.
SALES: No commission taken on sales.
For complete details, Read the Full Call!
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