What The theme for this show is Patterns - textures, forms, shapes, colors, repetitions, symmetry. Juror Judy Shintani.
Where San Francisco Women Artists, 647 Irving St, San Francisco
Exhibition July 10 - August 4
Deadline Jun 2
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Who Am I?
What In this age of selfies, how do we dig deeper? Does anybody know you as well as you know yourself? We’re inviting artists to represent themselves in ‘unique self-portraits.’ Who better to interpret you as art but yourself? From traditional self-portrait to abstract representations of self. Look deep and show us who you are, or who you want to be… or perhaps how you believe others see or experience you. What colors, shapes, words best describe you? Sculptural and 3D pieces are welcome.
Where O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, 616 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley
Exhibition May 31 - Jun 23
Deadline hand-deliver May 25/26
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What The 1776 United States Declaration of Independence states that all men have a right to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." “Liberty” is defined as freedom from arbitrary restraints and takes into account the rights of all involved. The history of this country is filled with struggles for liberty, ranging from freedom from foreign rule, emancipation from slavery, civil rights, women’s right to vote, reproductive choice, gender rights, farm workers’ rights, rights of refugees, access to health care, right to bear arms, etc. Sometimes, “liberty” for one group of people may antagonize another. What does “liberty” mean to you? We are seeking works of art that symbolize “liberty” in all its manifestations in this country. Juror Donna Seager, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley.
Where Arc Gallery, 1246 Folsom St, San Francisco
Exhibition Nov 10 - Dec 8, 2018
Deadline Sept 10
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There are no NCWCA calls for art at this time.