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February 1st-25th, Montgomery: Open Call for Positivity in the Black Culture and the Community Juried Art Exhibit

  


The Montgomery Art Guild, the Montgomery Cultural Arts Center (formerly the Armory Learning Arts Center), and the City of Montgomery are coming together to invite all artists to participate in the visual arts exhibition called “Positivity in the Black Culture and the Community.”

The call is open! Submit artwork for this juried exhibition! The call will close at the end of the day, January 21, at midnight. Exhibition dates are February 1–February 25, 2022. There will be an opening reception on Tuesday, February 15, from 4:30-7:30 pm at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery, 1018 Madison Avenue in Montgomery.
 
This is a juried exhibit. A panel will choose the work for the exhibit. You don’t need to be an accomplished professional artist (but it’s OK if you are). You don’t need to be a member of the Montgomery Art Guild (but we are glad you are members and you can participate in this exhibit). There is no entry fee. You do need to be someone who would like to celebrate the contributions that African Americans have made to culture and the community.
 
Examples of those contributions are many and varied. They include art, music, literature, science, cinema, religion, politics, education, and much more. Your artwork can embrace any part of these contributions. Sometimes those contributions are distinct from mainstream American culture and community. Other times they are woven into the fabric of American culture and community. It’s up to you to explore this idea and create artwork that expresses your vision.

Please pass this note to any artist you know who you think might be interested in it. Remember, participants don't need to be a member of the Montgomery Art Guild and there is no entry fee. 
 
Follow this link for more information on how to participate in submitting work for this exhibition. Hope to see your work in this show!


https://positivityintheblackcultureandthecommunity.artcall.org/


*This is not an Everest Academy sponsored event and is for FYI purposes only. Please contact the hosting organization with any questions or comments.