Identity National Fine Art Exhibition: What defines us? Open call for artists.

Identity is a 5-week group fine art exhibition that examines who we are as individuals, and what defines us. This is a national exhibition with an open call. Artists from the US are encouraged to submit:
 
- portraits and other figurative works
non-figurative artwork that relates to the theme, such as abstract work, is also welcomed.
- work that is journalistic or personal explorations of self.
- work that explores what it means to have identity in a group. (i.e. LGTBQ, Latino, Christian, a teacher,  senior citizen, etc)
- other work relating to the theme stated above. 
- both traditional and non-traditional work will be considered, including (but not limited to) artwork that is conceptual in nature. 
 
The exhibit will be in the Old Courthouse Arts Center, located on Woodstock's historic square, NW of Chicago. You may recognize the square from the film Groundhog Day
 
 
J + K Isacson are curators for this exhibition, working in partnership with the Old Court House Arts Center and the Northwest Area Arts Council.
 
Early Submission Deadline: Oct 20
Final Submission Deadline: Nov 20
Basic Info
Deadline Type: 
Fixed
Deadline or Post Expiration: 
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Contact Information
Contact Name: 
Joe + Kathleen Isacson
Contact Email: 
Contact Address: 
Old Court House Arts Center
101 N. Johnson St
Woodstock  Illinois  60098
United States
Organization: 
Identity National Fine Art Exhibition: What defines us? Open call for artists. | Chicago Artists Resource

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