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ANTI-ART: The absence of Definition
Anti-art is a loose term that is applied to artistic forms that question the existing accepted definition of art or questions art in general. Anti-artwork may criticize certain aspects of art or artistic standards overall. As the 2020s continue to challenge our values, change our ideals, and force us to think outside of the box.
Apply to become an Artist in Residence
The Artist in Residence initiative is a program for
studio/digital artists, photographers, musicians, actors/filmmakers, dancers, and writers
of all ages, countries, and expertise to exhibit their work on our platform OR share their knowledge.
For educators and mentors- This is not designed to take up much of your time. There is a 3 month expectation commitment, after which you can renew your commitment however many times you would like. There will be specific jobs assigned with specific time frames, and we can work around your schedule.
For exhibitionists- Artists in Residence have solo exhibitions in our Hanbell Gallery, wherein you can display up to 10 artworks, photographs, performances, or writing pieces. Your page will have a personalized URL and can include linked social media buttons, commision/business-related contact, and an artist profile with bio, info, and image! See example here Exhibitions become part of our permanent collection (artists retain all rights to their work) and you can add to or update your gallery every 3 months.
There is NO fee to exhibit your work, nor will we pay you. Application process: Submit the Google Form that can be found on the "apply" button below. It will ask you a few routine questions and ask you to submit images/videos/files for your exhibition. After you submit, you will be contacted within 3 days with the status of your acceptance. If accepted, your work will be published shortly if an exhibitionist, or you will join the education team.
PEOPLE OF ANY AGE CAN EXHIBIT THEIR WORK IN THE EXHIBITION PROGRAM!
However, education and mentor (mentee can be any age) positions open to:
- middle and high school students
- college students
- up and coming artists
- any person with a passion
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Community service hours are available for students in the education or mentorship pathways.
*you can apply for more than one
Include your work as part of our curated permanent exhibitions or create your own featured permanent or traveling online exhibition. You will have additional opportunities to exhibit in virtual shows and access. Under this pathway, you are just exhibiting your art, not volunteering in the other pathways.
Community Gallery Submissions
Have a series or piece that you are particularly proud of? Have you completed one of our courses or activities and want to show off your work? We want to highlight you and your passion as part of our mission to advocate for accessibility and inclusion in the arts!
Your work will be curated into a group exhibition in the Community Gallery.
Who is eligible?
- Anyone of any age or skill level can submit work to be exhibited on our site in the Community Gallery!
What are we looking for?
- Any work that has been completed as a product of Culturally courses, activity blogs, or instructional videos.
- Your child's fridge drawings
- Your sketchbook pages
- Your masterpieces
- Your improv videos, crafts, school projects, portfolios
- Any artwork, writing, or performace you'd like exhibited
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com