Say Love Seeks Performers, Artists for January Show at Gallery5
The Say Love Project is preparing their next show entitled “Love and Hate.” In partnership with Gallery5, they are seeking visual and performing arts pieces to feature throughout the month of January.
Say Love celebrates the triumphs and struggles of the LGBT community. For their month-long event at Gallery5 this January, Say Love invites artists to showcase their stories and experiences through all forms of visual and performing arts. They encourage art that focuses on social and political topics that are currently affecting the LGBT community. This event is intended to not only express ourselves through art, but to inform all demographics across the board of the passions, struggles and triumphs we face.
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This year’s show is juxtaposing Love and Hate, and how that affects the LGBT community. We are looking for stories that deal with topics such as, Prop 8, “Don’t ask Don’t Tell”, Hate Crimes and The Matthew Sheppard Bill. We are accepting all forms of visual and performing art submissions. Although this is an LGBT-based show we encourage submissions from all sexual orientations.
Visual art submissions can be sent to Gallery5. A First Friday opening exhibit takes place on Friday, January 8 and runs through Saturday, January 30. The deadline for visual art submissions for display in the main gallery is Friday, December 11th. Artists will be selected and notified on Saturday, December 12th. Mail all visual art submissions to: email@example.com or mail submissions to: “Say Love” Gallery5 200 West Marshall St. Richmond, Virginia 23220
Visual art submissions include but are not limited to painting, photography, mixed media, installation, film/video, sculpture, craft, illustration, graphic design and all other forms of 2-d, 3-d, and kinetic arts.
The exhibit culminates with a two-night production of Say Love on January 29th and 30th. The submission deadline is Wednesday, November 18th. Please email submissions to Jennifer Noel Catton at: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop your submissions in her mailbox on the second floor of the W. E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts 922 Park Ave.
Submissions for the two-night production must be no more than 10 minutes. Say Love is ultimately looking to have 10 performed pieces keeping the show around 2 hours or less. If you would like to also participate in Gallery5’s opening reception for the “Say Love” exhibition on Friday, January 8th, you can also email your performance submission/proposals to email@example.com
Performance art submissions include but are not limited to: Song, Spoken Word, Theater, Instrumental, Puppetry, Comedy and other forms of solo or group performances.
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