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OPEN CALL FOR VISUAL ARTISTS: Project Curate 2018 Exhibition

DEADLINE: March 21st, 2018, 11:59pm

About Project Curate
Project Curate is a program of NURTUREart in partnership with Juan Morel Campos High School where students learn the entire curatorial process: from experiencing contemporary art firsthand, to conceptualizing a curatorial theme, selecting artwork, and organizing an exhibition.

Call to Artists

(Social) STATUS UPDATE
New Notification: All That Glitters Is Not Gold!

An exhibition of professional artists curated by students of Juan Morel Campos

The Students of Juan Morel Campos High School are looking for artists to submit work for the upcoming exhibition, (Social) STATUS UPDATE. Artwork should be visual and can take the form of objects, audio or video. This exhibition will explore inequality created by social status: by which we, the students mean the differences in views and opinions that have been created by everyone and are now considered to be the norm. We want to leave an impact on our viewers and inspire them to break the boundaries between social classes. It’s time for an update!

To submit
Please submit applications by clicking the following link:

https://nurtureart.submittable.com/submit/108619/open-call-for-visual-artists-project-curate-2018-exhibition

Important Dates
Submission Deadline: March 21, 2018, 11:59pm
Artist Notification: late- April 2018

If Selected:
Artwork Delivery: Drop off at NURTUREart on or before May 4, 2018
Opening Reception: May 18, 2018, 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: May 18 – June 10, 2018 at NURTUREart

Bio
We are a high school art class in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that is focusing on portfolio development. We believe art has the power to change a mindset or point of view, inspire others, convey personal stories, and connect people. We explore art in many different media, but want to expand to more than just making art. We seek to think of art conceptually and look at the active part of art. We view curating as our chance to communicate with our community and neighborhood and get a feel of what it is like to be on the curating side of the profession.