Virtual Workshop Submissions
Deadline June 21
The virtual workshops can take any form. You can use it to engage with your audience while talking about your work; as a live demonstration; a masterclass. It's your workshop and it can be whatever you want it to be. What we want is events which provide windows into the concept of art as protest, and reflect the diversity of messages and messengers that it can take.
The workshops will run for the duration of Art as Protest, from July 4 to August 1 2020.
To apply please send the following:
- An artist statement (max. one page) describing your work
- A brief (approx.150 words) bio
- Up to 10 images, or 3 videos, of your work
- An outline of what your workshop/artist talk will be about.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed between June 23 - 25.