Home & Hearth
Being inspired by the theme of Spirit and Place for 2016, this year’s Women’s Exhibition at Indiana Interchurch Center will explore your expressions and feelings around “Home and Hearth.” For each of us home is distinctive, whether a house or simply a place that resonates throughout our lives as “home.” We also have the capacity, perhaps even longing, to create a home – a place that will embody all that we hold dear. Participating artists will create their own home using clay, wood or other various materials, or creating a 2-d expression such as a drawing or painting.
Participation is open to professional and emerging women artists
Submission of Works:
Works may be picked up December 29 and 30, 2016, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or at another time by prearrangement through the IIC, 317-923-3617.
Videos and other multi-media may be submitted and will be displayed on appropriate equipment. As an example, a video might be created using dance/movement and music composed by the artist. Or, an artist might create a video in memory of a family member or close friend that would include interviews.
Selling your artwork
Your artwork may be for sale. All sales will be handled directly through the artist. While there is no fee to participate, a donation of 10% to the Indiana Interchurch Center to help defray the costs of the exhibit would be appreciated.
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