True Grit Art Gallery is seeking artwork and photography for an upcoming exhibition focusing on artwork created during quarantine amidst the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
Possible themes explored could be isolation, anxiety, loneliness, despair, grief, loss, boredom, or could go the opposite direction and explore themes of hope, admiration, care, support, heroism, etc. Creativity and meaning are inextricably linked and can provide a deep catharsis in times of chaos and disorder.
This exhibit is open to any artists interested in participating.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: July 20th, 2020, 11:59pm
View submission guidelines here
1st let me congratulate the author for writing a great post! Well, this is definitely a satire! But it is true that wild animals are consuming food-they are wasting man’s resourses. But by how much percent? Hardly1-4% of animals. If we kill them then the balance of ecosystem would be damaged.Then it would have far reaching consequences.
12/30/2022 10:09:18 am
The Smith Gallery extended the exhibition, using the theme as a prompt for an expanded community conversation. Art of the Quarantine the conversation further as the global pandemic forges on.
Leave a Reply.
News and Upcoming Events