Juried Group Art Exhibition
Curator: Oscar Wolfman (RIP) / Mahrokh Ahankhah
In remembrance of Oscar Wolfman, Queen Gallery is hosting an event to follow through with another curatorial project of his. We proudly hosted his first two exhibitions and would like to fulfill his wish for another event, as his memory is very much alive with us.
We would like to offer you, the artist, an opportunity to be a part of this juried group exhibition.
We hope to feature some of his work as well as artwork that he too would have chosen and admired. The show will take place in December on the longest night of the year, just as he requested.
This is a tribute to Oscar, an artist that accented our lives and memories with his life and artwork. We, therefore, would like to encourage any art related recommendations you might have to make this event more colourful. We have already added storytelling to the program and would love to share your ideas as well.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen Gallery is seeking submissions for the upcoming group exhibition, Fire and Renewal.
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(Submission form PDF)
Online deadline: October 30, 2012
Onsite deadline: November 15 & 17, 2012
Submission Fee: Free
$40.00 (for first submission)
+ $5.00 (for each additional work)*
All media are acceptable:
The darkest nights of the year:
How to explain them; How to endure; How to revive the light?
After the winter solstice comes the gradual rebirth of spring. Life and death rotate in an endless cycle, from cosmic to microscopic; nature rules our lives despite our interventions and inventions.
But on the darkest nights we celebrate with light: Hunukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Maidyarem, Dongzhi, Goru, Junkanoo, Lohri, Shab-e Chelleh, Saturnalia, Makara Sankranti among others. We gather in a community to banish the darkness and celebrate our dependence on light, the solar fire, the nourishing hearth.
This December, Queen Gallery pays tribute to spiritual/religious/cultural traditions surrounding the winter solstice in a juried display of visual arts.