Visual Artists, Filmmakers and Poets for KCAW20 Online Exhibition - Little Voices
Deadline: 17/09/2020 | Published: 24/08/2020 | Venue: Online at www.little-voices.co.uk | City: Online with support from Kensington + Chelsea, London | Country: United Kingdom | Amy Jackson
We are looking for visual, sound, film and word artists for an online exhibition and exciting resource called Little Voices. A programme of live events will be organised by artist Amy Jackson for Kensington + Chelsea Art Week 2020 where underrepresented artists and members of society will explore the topic 'transforming society to solve the climate crisis and the greatest inequalities of our time. This application is to be one of the artists featured in the virtual exhibition supported by KCAW London. Exhibiting artists will also have the opportunity to host a workshop which engages members of the community with your art practice though this is not compulsory.
Online Exhibition - Little Voices at Kensington + Chelsea Art Week 2020
What is Little Voices?
Little Voices is an art piece and online exhibition by Amy Jackson taking place at Kensington + Chelsea Art Week 2020. 1st - 11th October 2020. It will incorporate established and emerging artists and be available online from 1st October until the end of the year.
What is Kensington + Chelsea Art Week?
KCAW20 elebrates the rich heritage of the borough by opening doors to local creative spaces along with leading organisations in the area to facilitate further public engagement in the local culture.
The Brief - “Transforming Society to Solve the Climate Crisis”
Using visual, film, sound or word art we would like you to share work for our online gallery which addresses the topic “Transforming Society to Solve the Climate Crisis and the Greatest Inequalities of Our Time”.
Alongside the live event curated by Amy Jackson entitled Little Voices a virtual exhibition and online resource will be created, exhibiting from 1st October until the end of 2020 comprising work that addresses the brief: 'Transforming Society to Solve the Climate Crisis and the Greatest Inequalities of Our Time'.
The piece shines a light on critical collective action to help us fight major and interlinked societal issues of our time, specifically climate change and inequality. It is aimed at all members of society, particularly those suffering from marginalisation or inequalities and will support underrepresented artists working on topics such as sustainabilty, society, equality, climate change and other environmental or socioeconomic issues.
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Due to the nature of Little Voices, we specifically want to hear from artists who identify as BAME, LGBTQ+, working class, feminist or artists who deal with inequality or climate change topics.
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