Guest Juror Lorenzo Triburgo
This call for artists will culminate in an exhibition that addresses “gender policing” in both the tacit, subtle ways that impact everyday life and through systemic institutional punishment. Triburgo is a Brooklyn-based multimedia artist, activist, and educator whose practice encompasses performance, photography, video and audio. The exhibition will be held at Amos Eno Gallery, a nonprofit art gallery in Brooklyn dedicated to promoting contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists.
Submissions due: May 4 at 11PM
Notifications sent: May 17
All works received at the gallery by 6PM on June 25
Reception: Friday, July 12, 7-9PM
Last day of show: Saturday, July 27
All works picked up: Sunday, July 28, 11AM-6PM
Terms: Open to All Media. Sculpture stands and multimedia equipment must be provided by the artist. Artists must be available to deliver and retrieve their work on the appointed days. If shipping is necessary, all shipping costs are the responsibility of the artist. Shipped work must include a pre-paid return shipping label or will not be exhibited.
Deadline: May 4 at 11PM
Entry fee: $15-$25 sliding scale* (up to four artworks)
*Free entry for anyone currently or formerly incarcerated
More info: https://www.amoseno.org/call-policing-gender