Call to Artists for Mixed Messages.2

CALL FOR ENTRIES DEADLINE: Tuesday, May 1, 2012
EXHIBITION @ The New Orleans Healing Center - 2172 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117 (Second Floor Gallery)

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CALL TO ARTISTS for “MIXED MESSAGES.2 – Multiracial Identity Past & Present.”

The New Orleans Loving Festival is seeking original artwork and films with themes concerning the multiracial experience for a June 9th – 30th group art show at the New Orleans Healing Center.  Please follow the guidelines below for consideration:

Visual Art Submissions must be emailed to the attention of “Loving Festival” at info@press-street.com. Please include a bio or resume, and a high resolution photo of the artwork and a description.

Film Submissions must include a bio or resume, film synopsis, and screener DVD or film link. You may email film submissions to mail@charitablefilmnetwork.org or mail them to:

CHARITABLE FILM NETWORK
Post Office Box 51687
New Orleans, LA 70151
Att: Loving Festival

The DEADLINE for receiving submissions is Monday, May 28, 2012.

The “MIXED MESSAGES.2″ group art exhibition is a project of the New Orleans Loving Festival. Co-presented with Charitable Film Network, Press Street, and the New Orleans Healing Center.

 

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