#SAVEARTSPACE: The Future Is Female - All Female Gallery & Public Art Exhibition
#SAVEARTSPACE: The Future Is Female
#SAVEARTSPACE brings public art to New York City, showcasing local female artists on advertising spaces throughout the area beginning June 26, 2017. The exhibition is entitled #SAVEARTSPACE: The Future Is Female. As an arts organization, we feel that it is our duty to align and ally with the broader artistic community to create exhibitions that address intersectional concerns which can spread a message of progressive and positive social change and empowerment.
The selected artists will also be exhibited at The Storefront Project, with an opening reception on July 7, 2017.
We invite female artists of all ages & talents in the New York City area to submit! Artists are invited to apply between April 3rd and May 29, 2017. There is a $10 fee per image to participate, each donation is a tax deduction and goes to producing public art! Only digital format entries will be eligible, each artist is encouraged to submit up to five images. Submissions will be accepted at saveartspace.org/futureisfemale
The All Female Curation Panel will consider each submission's pertinence to the theme of the exhibition, the context of the images and association to the public space. The curators are Alyse Archer-Coite, Marie Tomanova, Sandra Hong, Meryl Meisler, & Brittany Natale.
All submissions will be featured on saveartspace.org and on #SAVEARTSPACE social media pages with the permission of the artist. The complete list of rules for submissions can be found here.
#SAVEARTSPACE has held previous Public Art Exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami, Fl.
#SAVEARTSPACE: The Future Is Female is An 1m1w1d Event. Made possible in part by Atlas Music Group.
The Future Is Female
#SAVEARTSPACE transforms advertisement space into public art by and for the local community. Providing artists opportunities to display their work in the public space. Creating an urban gallery experience, we aim to affect and inspire and new generation of artists.
One Month One Week One Day, aka 1m1w1d, is a multi-disciplinary arts organization that seeks sponsorships for monthly events from the advertising industry in order to fund artistic endeavors that benefit the greater community, including an annual $10,000 Artists Grant.
The Storefront Project is an Art Gallery / Creative Collective and is located at 70 Orchard St, New York, NY