Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Call for artists!
**TWO CALLS FOR 2 SHOWS**
Note: DEADLINES APPROACHING for
Mascaras del Muerto & Caminos de la Muerte
(**SEND ALL INFO INQUIRIES TO firstname.lastname@example.org)
Option #1 ( )
Seventh Annual CALACA Dia de los Muertos
“Mascaras del Muerto ”
*Art Exhibit Dates: September 30th to January 8th, 2011
DEADLINE to tell us if you are interested in participating: August 21st
(***Please send us your concepts, ideas, images of existing pieces by this day)
Where will the exhibition be??
at the Arizona Historical Society Museum at Papago Park,
1300 N. College, Tempe, AZ (NW corner of College and Curry)
We are LOOKING FOR ARTISTS!!!
We are looking for Artists, and Community members that would like to participate by making depictions of Day of the Dead masks, mask making, mask art, inspired mask altars, nichos, and ofrendas. for our 7th annual Day of the Dead exhibition at the Arizona Historical Society Museum at Papago Park. If you, or someone you know would be interested in participating, please make sure you submit all information by deadlines below. This year’s exhibition theme is Mascaras or Masks, We are accepting submissions on that theme only. Feel free to contact us for any questions related to this exhibit.
Option #2 ( )
“Caminos de la Muerte ”
In conjunction with the Second Annual “Viaje de los Muertos” Dia de los Muertos Exchange Project
Featuring Artists from: CALACA and Division 9 Gallery (Riverside, CA)
October 7th to November 18th, 2011
DEADLINE to tell us if you are interested in participating: August 27th
at email@example.com (***Please send us your concepts, ideas, images of existing pieces by this day)
Where will the exhibition be?:
Bragg’s Pie Factory 1301 Grand Ave., Phoenix, Az (12th Ave and Grand)
LOOKING FOR DAY OF THE DEAD ARTISTS!!!
We are looking for Day of the Dead artists and participants that would be interested in making depictions of art for this year’s CALACA theme at the Bragg’s Pie Factory location, “Caminos de la Muerte (Roads of the Dead)” exhibition. That includes depictions of art of all mediums, installations, altars, nichos, retablos, ofrendas, and other types of art that would have a traveling theme to it. *Feel free to contact us for any questions related to this exhibit at firstname.lastname@example.org .