DEADLINE EXTENDED TO June 25, 2018.
The Mennello Museum of American Art is calling for artists currently enrolled in high school (or recently graduated seniors) to present two or three-dimensional artworks that explore the theme of our future, which could include representations of the artist’s thoughts, fears, and hopes for individuals, communities, or their global world. The artist can imagine a time in the not-so-distant to the remote future, considering how societies may change, how communities may interact, and how spaces might evolve.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
AMERICAN YOUTH: OUR FUTURE is an exhibition to support and foster the creativity of Orlando’s talented teen artists. In this exhibition’s second year, The Mennello Museum of American Art will be holding a juried art show with a Call for Art open to all Orange and Seminole County high schoolers as part of our increasingly expansive, diverse, and inclusive exhibition program. AMERICAN YOUTH: OUR FUTURE aspires to empower rising artists and give them a space to engage in conversations through their art with our community.
HOW TO APPLY
Young artists are encouraged to fill out the application linked below and submit a .jpg image of their pieces by June 25, 2018, at 5 p.m. for this juried exhibition. Email the application and image(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a limit of three entries per artist, please be sure to submit the work that best fits the theme and your talents. You will be notified by email by June 25, 2018, if your work is selected for exhibit.
Contact Katherine Page-Navarro at email@example.com