Call for Artists: What Gives You Strength?

 

We invite artists to digitally submit original work that creatively answers the question above for showcase during our Awareness Through Art Virtual Open House to be held from Friday, May 1 through Friday, May 15, 2020.

 

Eligibility

This juried exhibition is open to artists of all ages and experience levels. The following media are eligible for submission: painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, collage, mixed media, sculpture, craft, textile, performance, digital art, music, and poetry.

 

Casa Youth Shelter is a community in which all adolescents in crisis have a safe place to stay in an environment that promotes healthy family relationships. We provide safe shelter, counseling, and support services for teens in crisis and their families.

 

Awareness Through Art showcases how we integrate the arts into our Residential Shelter Care Program and provide residents with creative outlets to express themselves.

 

How to Submit

Artists may submit up to three (3) pieces of art. Please submit your work by completing the appropriate form below and uploading your image(s) or video files. Submission does not guarantee entry into virtual exhibition.

 

Questions?

Please email Veronica Vidal Praeger, Marketing and Communications Director, at vpraeger@casayouthshelter.org.

 

Visual Art Submission Form

Please submit a high quality digital image of your original work by 5:00pm on April 27, 2020. Images should be high-resolution (300ppi or better) and at least 900 pixels on the shortest side. Submission does not guarantee entry into virtual exhibition.

 

Performance Art Submission Form

Please submit a high quality video of your original music, dance, or art performance by 5:00pm on April 27, 2020. Performances must be “family friendly” and should be no longer than 5 minutes in length. Submission does not guarantee entry into virtual event. For specific performance-related questions, please email Evonne Rivera at evonnerivera@casayouthshelter.org.

 

 

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