Call for Art: If I had a Camera... Re-imagining Film and Media Through a Feminist Lens
Call for Art
Friday, January 11, 2013 through Friday, February 1, 2013
Sage Art Center, University of Rochester
Visit http://blogs.rochester.edu/SBAI/?p=3972 for a full description plus entry form. Inspired by “If I had a hammer…I'd SMASH Patriarchy” the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies, Sage Art Center, and the Film and Media Studies Program at the University of Rochester in conjunction with 1 Billion Rising (VDAY Rochester 2013) is pleased to announce a call for feminist photography. We are accepting photography only. We encourage students, faculty, staff, and community members to submit work. No previous photography experience necessary. All work must be original. Work must be submitted ready to hang. Art submitted to the show must be around the theme: re-imagining film and media through a feminist lens (examples could include: images of violence, sexism, or misogyny in film/media re-imagined through a feminist lens, a critique on these images, or creating a space through photography for women in male dominated spaces). Deadline to submit in 2/1/13. The show will run 2/5/13-2/13/13 in Sage Art Center at the University of Rochester Campus with a reception on 2/9/13. Work will need to be picked up by 2/15/13. The show will be juried by faculty in the Art & Art History Department and in the Film and Media Studies Program and a prize of $100 will be awarded to the best submission. For more information contact Angela Clark-Taylor at email@example.com or (585) 275-6948.