14th International Open
Invitation to all women artists worldwide to submit artwork in all media for this open exhibition. All themes, styles, and media will be considered.
Awards: 1st Prize: Solo Show in 2012 at WMG; 2nd Prize; $500 Cash; 3rd Prize: $250 Cash; 4th Prize: Honorable Mention
Exhibition Dates: March 4 – April 28, 2011
Juror: Laura Anderson Barbata
Online Entries: Submit jpgs of three of your works on our website.
Mailed Entries: Mail slides or cd with images of up to three of your works, completed entry form, and a $30 entry fee to Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642.
“The American Dream: a Juxtaposition” seeks to define our current interpretation of “The American Dream” while acknowledging what this dream exposes our minds, bodies, and environment to. This exhibition is open to all media that address the hopes, promises, and prosperity of “The American Dream” as well as the inconsistencies and consequences of “The American Dream”.
Exhibition Dates: January 21 – February 24, 2011
Juror: Catherine Blackwell Peña
Online Entries: Submit jpgs of up to three of your works on our website.
“Mothers”, seeks to open up the many roles and shapes “mothers” may take. While we all may have our own ideas about motherhood, the ideas and notions behind our definitions can be as varied as we are. While fundamental to our world and its existence, it is easily forgotten the wide variety of shapes and sizes that mothers may come in for different individuals. In order to celebrate the countless mothers of our world, and their varied forms, this show will feature work that broadens our own definitions of “motherhood”.
This group show is juried by artist and scholar, Rachel Epp Buller. More information on the juror can be found here.
“Mothers” is still seeking art and will be open to submissions until August 11th! If you are interested in submitting work, or want to learn more about the show, please visit our website at: http://www.womanmade.org/entryform.html
Or click here to submit:
“Girl, Please!” is intended to explore and transcend the definition and expectations of gender that are present everyday in our society. The theory of gender performance can be a complicated idea for most people to unpack, let alone identify their own place within. Perhaps through the creation and contemplation of art work made in response to these ideas, we all can learn a little more about the unique role that gender plays in each of our lives. If we allow ourselves to question our societal, and our own, definition of gender, we might be able to learn more about the individuals who stand behind these descriptions. And in another attempt of exploration, this show is open to the artwork of all genders, and it will be juried by some of Woman Made Gallery’s own staff, Kristen Carter and Emanuel Aguilar (for information on the jurors click here).
”Girl, Please!” is still seeking art and will be open to submissions until August 11th! If you are interested in submitting work, or want to learn more about them, please visit our website at: http://www.womanmade.org/entryform.html
Or click here to submit: