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Hoosier Women in Art: My Generation
Garfield Park Arts Center’s annual Hoosier Women in Art exhibition will be moving online for the month of May!
Due to the public health crisis surrounding the novel coronavirus, we’ve decided that it would be safest for artists and guests to engage with this exhibition on their website.
Visit their website to learn more on how you can submit and participate in their online exhibition and virtual First Friday.
Whether you’re a Baby Boomer, Millennial, or Gen Xer, this exhibition is for you! Featuring artwork in a variety of mediums, this show will display the theme of “generation” through the lens of diverse female and female-identifying artists, including topics such as families through generations, social, political, and cultural climates of different eras, and the diverse artistic styles from various decades. This could also include work created during and/or reflecting on our current climate surrounding the coronavirus and quarantine situation.
Any artists with work that fits the theme of this exhibition are encouraged to apply. Please see requirements and guidelines below. Artists can submit their artwork and supplemental information to GPAC@Indy.Gov. Deadline to submit is by end-of-day on April 19th. Artists will be notified shortly after the deadline regarding their acceptance into this exhibit.
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