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What Feminism Looks Like

A Nasty Women Exhibition & Auction to support Planned Parenthood

Interstitial feminism is the current terminology that expresses the empowerment of women to effect change across a diverse range of issues: women’s health, gendered violence, racism and police brutality, equality under the law, poverty, immigration and refugee rights, environmental protections, rights of indigenous communities, to highlight a few... An all woman exhibition, the artists included in What feminism looks like will be asked to contribute works that address the range of these issues in various media.  

You must fully commit to donating 70% of the proceeds of the sale to Planned Parenthood and 30% of the sale to DCAC.

To submit, please send no more than three jpeg images of the work you would like considered. Include appropriate label information (title, medium, date, dimensions, retail value). Bidding will begin at 30% of the value.  If you have a brief artist statement on your work, please include it in the body of your email below your title information.

 

important Dates

Exhibition

Jan 19 - 28, 2018

Submissions Due  

November 30

Works Due at DCAC  

January 15 & 16

Opening and Beginning Bids

January 19, 6 - 9pm (Bids continue throughout the following week of the exhibition)

ArtWatch Talk

January 28

Works Pickup

January 28