Skip to content

CALL for ENTRIES: Art of Protest

2017 August 22

Learn more about the Art of Protest from IMAGO Foundation for the Arts! comfort FOOD

Have you ever eaten exactly what you wanted?  The problem for most folks is they don’t KNOW what, exactly, they want to eat.  But when you can figure it out AND make it happen, well, it is the ultimate comfort food–be it fruit or vegetable, pizza or mac’n’cheese.  This next Call could be the perfect response to the last 8 months of political protests.  The perfect Call for the perfect time.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from  IMAGO Foundation for the Arts (Warren, RI) for Art of Protest, the 12th Annual Open Juried Exhibit.  Say it loud & proud.  They’re listening…


Learn more about the Art of Protest from IMAGO Foundation for the Arts!CALL for ENTRIES:
Art of Protest
from the IFA

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA:  Open to all media, except video & time-based work.

THEME:  Ideas regarding protest

DEADLINE:  Sept. 3, 2017 (11:59 pm PST)

ENTRY FEE:  $50 for up to 3, $10 each add’l

JUROR:  Stephen Fisher earned a B.F.A. in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University (1976) and an M.F.A. in printmaking from Yale University. He currently teaches at Rhode Island College as a Professor of Art where he specializes in printmaking & drawing. Fisher’s work has been exhibited in a variety of national and, occasionally, international venues & earned numerous awards in a wide range of competitions. His drawings & prints can be found in numerous public, corporate and private collections. Public recognition of Fisher’s efforts include, a regional N.E.A. Fellowship, 3 Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowships & a Graphic Media Achievement Award from American Artist Magazine.

AWARDS:  First Prize $1000

SALES:  IFA takes a 30% commission on all sales.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the Printmaking Now exhibit from the Imago Gallery!

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

2 Responses
  1. August 22, 2017

    I am all for Freedom Of Speech. That is one of the major reasons I migrated to USA almost 30 years ago and am a proud American. But I certainly wonder “Would the juror be fair when it comes to entering the “Protest” art?” I feel that if anyone has a view different than a typical Liberal (Typical Liberal who hates Trump) then that person is called a Racist, Sexist, Homophobe and Islamaphobe. Which I am not. So is it only a “one-sided protest” contest or both sides will be given an equal voice to state their opinion? Is it the quality and the message of art that will be evaluated and displayed or personal politics? I guess I will find that out in December.

  2. August 23, 2017

    In my experience, jurors tend to make judgements based on the merit of the work. Please note that the Call is open to wide interpretation & not limited to U.S. politics. I suspect that work from both ends of the spectrum in both this country, & from protests around the world, both actual & imagined, will be both accepted & rejected. That means you are unlikely to have an answer regardless of the outcome of the jury process. I wish you all the success you deserve. — R.L. (Rachel) Gibson, Editor & Trump-hater

Comments are closed.