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What defines a hero? A hero could be a historical figure, social activist, or even a friend or family member who has had a positive impact. Help the Garfield Arts Center celebrate Black History Month and African-American heroes through the visuals arts.
Artists working in any 2D or 3D mediums are encouraged to apply. Acceptable media include, but art not limited to: paintings, drawings, fiber arts, digital art, photography, sculpture, ceramics, mixed-media, collage, assemblage, mosaics, metalsmithing and woodworking.
Any performance artists, musicians, poets, and writers are also encouraged to submit their work or perform at First Friday or any other February events. If interested, please contact GPAC@indy.gov.
There is no cost to submit.
Artists will be notified of all decisions no later than January 23, 2018.
All works must be delivered to the Arts Center no later than Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 4pm. If you would like to make arrangements to drop off your work during non-business hours, please call or email.
The GPAC is a family friendly venue so all artwork must be venue appropriate.
Artwork must be picked up within 1-2 weeks after the exhibition ends.
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