Artists: What’s Your Vision of Peace?
Soldiers laying down their arms? The look on a child's face whose overcome the trauma of war? Picasso’s famous dove? Or something more abstract?
That’s the challenge — and promise — of The Peace Project, an international art competition and exhibition created to connect peace-minded individuals around the world.
Artists everywhere, working in diverse mediums, are invited to submit their creative interpretations of peace.
Their collective vision will be unveiled September 22 at the Deep Ellum ArtWalk in Dallas and the exhibit will travel to Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York in conjunction with a simultaneous online exhibition.
The Peace Project has attracted an esteemed panel of jurors including Pulitizer Prize winner Karen Blessen, Founders of Loft at Liz’, Los Angeles and The Swarm Gallery, San Francisco, Leyla Fakhr, Curator, Tate in London, and Dean Brierley, Editor of Black & White Magazine.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top two entries. Additional entries will receive Art Supplies courtesy Utrecht and Prismacolor.
For more information and to submit your work, visit http://www.thewhole9.com/thepeaceproject-info.php
Deadline is August 31st.
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