Cultural Resistance and Radical Innovation
The BOOM Concepts Salon Practice Space is a satellite of the Pittsburgh-based creative hub, BOOM Concepts. The Salon serves as a field building community space that will create artist pipelines for cultural resistance and radical innovation. It is a launchpad for new ideas and the growth of current projects through peer review, literature, skill sharing, and exhibition of works. The space will also house the Black Unicorn Library project by Bekezela Mguni. #BOOMConcepts #THUNDERCUNTS #BLACKUnicorn
Coordinators of this practice space are Darrell Kinsel, Thomas Agnew, Anqwenique Wingfield, and Julie Mallis.
The deadline to propose a session is at 11:59pm EST.
Call for Participation
BOOM Concepts is seeking artwork for a group exhibition to be displayed during #AMC2017. The exhibition seeks to display work representing artists from all 50 states and U.S. territories. Social justice oriented work (loosely defined) in a variety of media with a preference for print media, video work or live performance will be accepted. Artists should submit up to 2 pieces of their work to email@example.com with subject title "Last Name, AMC 2017 Exhibition" no later than April 4, 2017.
Please include the following in your submission:
- Artist Name
- Title of Work, year completed
- Medium, dimensions
- A line about the work
- Links to any relevant websites/social media
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