Call for Entries. Black History Month Exhibition


Call for Entries - Black History Month Exhibition, an exhibition will be held at OCAD University during the month of February. DEADLINE: January 8, 2017

 
DateSunday, January 8, 2017 - 5:00am

Email

ocadu.bsa@gmail.com

Location

OCAD University

Call for Entries. Black History Month Exhibition.

This exhibition will be held at OCAD University during the month of February to create space for the celebration of the multifarious meanings of being Black in Canada at OCAD University in 2017.  The submission criteria is inclusive to all art forms. We’re looking to showcase a diverse body of work from Black students at OCADU and in Toronto. 

Suggested Themes: Intersectional Identity, Black Speculative Criticism, Blackness in Canada, Education and Employment, Black Designers/Artists Lens’, Afrocentrism, Technology, Blackness in Spaces, Digital Futures, Queerness

 SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Up to 3 hi-res JPEGs, first and last name in file extension
  • For new work provide 2-3 references with a 250 word proposal as PDF

All submissions to be sent to: bit.ly/BLXCK

DEADLINE: January 8, 2017

Accepted applicants will be notified: January 13, 2017

Final work will need to be in by January 20, 2017

Email ocadu.bsa@gmail.com

Facebook: Black Creator’s Month



bhm call for entries poster
DateSunday, January 8, 2017 - 5:00am

Email

ocadu.bsa@gmail.com

Website Location

OCAD University

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Sunday, January 8, 2017 - 5:00am

Call for Entries. Black History Month Exhibition.

This exhibition will be held at OCAD University during the month of February to create space for the celebration of the multifarious meanings of being Black in Canada at OCAD University in 2017.  The submission criteria is inclusive to all art forms. We’re looking to showcase a diverse body of work from Black students at OCADU and in Toronto. 

Suggested Themes: Intersectional Identity, Black Speculative Criticism, Blackness in Canada, Education and Employment, Black Designers/Artists Lens’, Afrocentrism, Technology, Blackness in Spaces, Digital Futures, Queerness

 SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Up to 3 hi-res JPEGs, first and last name in file extension
  • For new work provide 2-3 references with a 250 word proposal as PDF

All submissions to be sent to: bit.ly/BLXCK

DEADLINE: January 8, 2017

Accepted applicants will be notified: January 13, 2017

Final work will need to be in by January 20, 2017

Email ocadu.bsa@gmail.com

Facebook: Black Creator’s Month

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University
Email: 
ocadu.bsa@gmail.com
bhm call for entries poster
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