CALL for ENTRIES: AphrodisiArt
Eating is a guilty pleasure for me, as you know. I sometimes think it may be the single most important thing my husband and I have in common. But honestly, all foods are aphrodisiacs for us, ha. I suppose that is a good thing since his shellfish allergy makes oysters deadly. This next call is all about aphrodisi-art. Investigate…
Check out this Call for Entries from the Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) for Eat, Play, Love-A Sensual Journey into AphrodisiArt. The cash prizes are great, but there is also an opportunity for publication. Take a look…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
Zoomers* the world over have mastered the Sensual Arts of exploration & experimentation in the pleasures of food, drink and lovemaking, perfecting the potency of their aphrodisiacs and elevating their use to an art. ZoomerMedia and Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts invite artists of all disciplines to participate in this visual forum of Zoomer Gastronomie & Sensualité.
*This theme, which is based on the title of the popular novel, Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, speaks poignantly to this Zoomer Demographic. Zoomer = Boomer with Zip.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: All media
DEADLINE: 5PM Friday, September 28, 2012
ENTRY FEE: $50 (CDN or US)
CURATOR: Moses Znaimer is an internationally renowned Canadian broadcaster and media pioneer, founder of some 20 popular Canadian television channels and stations, including Citytv and MuchMusic. In 2008, Marketing Magazine named Moses one of the Top 10 Canadian Media Moguls Of The Past 100 Years. Currently, he is the Founder and CEO of ZoomerMedia Limited, a unique multimedia company devoted to serving the interests and needs of Canada’s 45plus. He is also the President of CARP, Canada’s largest Advocacy Association for Canadians As We Age.
AWARDS: $2000 for Best in Show, $1000 for Peoples’ Choice and $500 for Award of Distinction. All award winners’ work will be featured in Zoomer Magazine and together with previous years’ awarded work, will be exhibited at ZoomerPlex in Liberty Village during the month of November 2012.