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Art As Protest: An Open Call For Art From OCCCA
Exhibition Dates: June 3 through July 8, 2017
Juror: Tyler Stallings
Tyler Stallings received an MFA from Cal Arts in 1990. Since 1998, Tyler has organized exhibitions as Program Director for the Huntington Beach Art Center, and as Chief Curator at the Laguna Art Museum. He has also worked for the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. He currently serves as the Artistic Director at the University of California, Riverside, Cultural Center of the Arts and the Sweeney Art Gallery.
Deadline to enter May 1, 2017
Accepted work drop off Sunday, May 28th 12-5pm
The arc of history bends towards justice. Protest art just speeds things along. Protest art afflicts the comfortable, and comforts the afflicted. Protest art helps us to imagine a future free from the tyranny of ignorance and deprivation. As the late Carrie Fisher said, “Take your broken heart and make it into art.” OCCCA invites artists to submit their art for an exhibition of posters, placards, videos, photography, paintings, sculptures, functional objects, installations, fashion and new media projects. In Art as Protest, beauty and truth march hand in hand. Packed with powerful provocations in a wide range of styles, and covering a vast array of themes, protest art awakens the conscience of the world, celebrating diversity, tolerance and art’s ineluctable promise of happiness.
Topicality is a tradition at OCCCA, an artist-run alternative space serving the contemporary art scene since 1980.
Open to all media and to the entire planet.
RISK AND INDEMNIFICATION
OCCCA is not responsible for the behavior of any guests or members of the public at this or
Terms of Entry for Entrants:
Artist contact information (email address, telephone) is only held for the purpose of contacting selected artists. All artist emails are added to our future events announcement email list. If you do not wish to be on the email list click the un-subscribe button when you receive the first announcement and your email will be automatically deleted.
ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS
By submitting works to ART AS PROTEST, artists agrees to the rules set forth herein.
Hold Harmless Agreement:
I hereby release the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art and its members from all liability of every kind and character on account of loss, damages, or injury to property which I may have while on the property at 117 N. Sycamore, Santa Ana, CA, 92701.
Any work left at OCCCA after exhibition closing, will be subject to a $10.00 per day storage fee. Any artwork left after 30 days from the pick up date will become the property of OCCCA
I understand that information contained in this form may be released to the media and that by entering this competition, I understand that my artwork may be photographed for promotional or other purposes.
Submission for consideration in the exhibition, ART AS PROTEST constitutes agreement to the conditions stated in this document.
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