RACE – Respecting Anybody’s Cultural Experience

Juried Art Show

January 24 through March 7

at The Art Center Premier Gallery, Bank of America Tower, 50 N. Laura St.

“(Racism) is not how you look, it is about how people assign meaning too how you look”

Robin D. G. Kelley, historian

The above quote is from a exhibition entitled RACE: Are We So Different? that MOSH (Museum of Science and History) is bringing to Jacksonville on January 26 through April 28, 2013.

The Art Center also wanted to take a look at issues about race and is inviting you to participate in a juried show called RACE – Respecting Anybody’s Cultural Experience.

“Your art says a lot about how you see the world” and we would like to see how your art best represents the diversity in our world and how we can all come together.

  Questions? Please contact Annelies at amdafricanmk@msn.com or Ed at emalesky@comcast.net for answers or additional details.

Submission Deadline – January 17, 2013
Opening reception: January 24, 2013   Premier Gallery, 5:00 - 7:00pm
Cost of entry: TAC members: $20 up to 3 entries; Non-members: $25 up to 3 entries; $5 per each additional entry for everyone. Please make checks payable to The Art Center.

Juror: TBA
Notification of unaccepted work: January 18, 2013
Pick Up of unaccepted work: June 22, 2013
Post-Show Pick Up: March 7, 2013