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. #BOOMConcepts #THUNDERCUNTS #BLACKUnicorn
Coordinators of this practice space are Darrell Kinsel, Thomas Agnew, Anqwenique Wingfield, Julie Mallis and Bekezela Mguni.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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