Wednesday, December 29, 2010

South Texas College, call for artists for the 6th Annual Human Rights Exhibition

This year’s exhibition is in collaboration with the 2011 Sex Trafficking Conference. The theme for the artwork must deal with human rights issues. All artwork must be original. The concept may be applied to a broad range of topics. The exhibition shall be on display in conjunction with the Human Trafficking Conference sponsored by South Texas College’s Women’s Studies Committee.

Selections: The exhibition is open to artists of all media, including but not limited to painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation art, drawings, photography and mixed media. Each artist can submit up to three (3) works. If selected, artists are responsible for delivery by March 1, 2010 and pickup of work by May 7, 2010.

If shipped the return postage will be paid for by the exhibit sponsors. Hand delivered work not picked up by this date will become the property of South Texas College.
Save those pieces that the artist needs to be present to display or present for a special or non-traditional installation, all work must be ready to hang and received in good condition. Any work not ready to hang will be returned to the artist and excluded from the exhibit. No one dimension should exceed 72 inches or total weight over 100 lbs.

Submission CD’s will not be returned unless requested. Please include a SASE properly-sized to fit any items that should be returned. Entry fee.

For more information about the call for artists:

Deadline: postmarked by February 4th, 2011
or e-mail: Jenny Clark (Conference Coordinator)
Richard Lubben (Exhibition Coordinator)
South Texas College is located in McAllen, Texas

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