Posted on:October 30, 2013
The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is seeking paintings, drawings, photographs and works on paper for inclusion in its 2nd Annual Black Artstory Month on Myrtle. The exhibition will be taking place from February 1- February 28, 2014. Selected works will be featured in businesses on Myrtle Avenue in the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn.
The working title for the month is Native Sons and Daughters: Locals, (im)Migrants, Expats and Prodigals.
Taking inspiration from the migratory histories of African Americans in the United States, MARP is seeking works that address issues, explorations, reflections and discoveries centered around notions of being born of a place, becoming connected/ attached to a new place or upon leaving a place adjusting perceptions and attachments to that place.
Please submit the following materials by November 30, 2013 to att: Daonne Huff /Black Artstory
1. Brief Artist Statement
2. Current Resume
3. Up to 3 artwork images with index listing title, medium, and dimensions for each artwork.
Please combine photos in a zip folder or pdf.
Selected works must be ready to hang.
For more information and to submit please contact Daonne Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org