Call for submissions for 100 Survivors, a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years.
100 Survivors is a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years. Shooting from a list of 12 tags, participants share photos, videos, and stories.
By featuring up to 100 women and their work, 100 Survivors hopes to inform and inspire by looking beyond "awareness" and "supporting the cause" and focusing on the experiences of actual women with breast cancer. Unique perspectives on breast cancer and identity are welcome and encouraged.
Celebrating Kindred Spirits and Strange Bed Fellows
A.I.R. National & International Artists Exhibition
Curated by Catherine J. Morris
A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
March 28-April 21, 2012
Opening Reception: March 29 6:00-8:30pm
Curator's Talk: March 29 5:30pm
Clara Behar: 1. my face (daily) April 3, 2005: This is the day I found out that the cancer had moved into my brain. Of all the places that breast cancer could go, the idea that it might spread to the brain always scared me the most. This day was a nightmare. I was horrified and so afraid. Copyright 2012 Clara Behar, 100 Survivors