The Fine Art Galleries at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center proudly host Nasty Women: Art Against Trump's Misogyny from March 1-April 5, 2018, with an artist reception on March 15th.
The exhibit, curated by Deborah Rabinsky & Maryann Riker, is a juried group exhibit aimed at utilizing art as a form of resilience and resistance to the social norming of misogyny through the words of the President of the United States.
Art sales from this exhibit benefit Planned Parenthood Keystone. Artists will receive a 50% commission, with 10% going to Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and 40% going to Planned Parenthood Keystone. Artists are responsible for transportation of their artwork and are expected to attend the artist reception on March 15 from 6-8pm
Artists are encouraged to submit work that explores women’s identity in today’s culture, politics, media, and health as well as art that speaks out against the social norming of misogyny through the words of the President of the United States. Get empowered! Join many voices and visions for the future of all women. Open to all genre of arts, however sculpture isn’t able to be displayed. Works must be 16x20 or smaller to be considered.
Please include your name, address, email address, a brief bio, an artist statement, and up to 3 JPG of artwork in ONE email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission deadline: February 20th
**** organizations or businesses interested in sponsoring a purchase award for this show should contact Oliver@bradburysullivancenter.org ****