Interrogating the Future of Interdisciplinary Practice

  • Deadline:
    May 1, 2011, midnight
  • Location:
    Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 60605, US

The Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago is
pleased to announce a call for artwork created by BA & BFA students
graduating in 2011 in the US. Interrogating the Future of Interdisciplinary Practice will be juried by Dominic Molon, Chief Curator at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Entries are sought that demonstrate interdisciplinary risk taking,
experimentation and conceptual rigor. Visual Art, Media, Time-Based
Work, Internet-Based Work, Sculpture, Installation, Sound, Writing, and
Performance are eligible. The exhibit will be at Columbia College’s
Arcade Gallery on Michigan Avenue, in the heart of Downtown Chicago for a
month-long show in July 2011. An exhibition catalog will be produced.
There is no entry fee, but students will apply via SlideRoom, which
charges $5 to submit an application – similar to the expenses one would
incur for postage and media, but without potential for delay. The
deadline for submissions is May 1st.
Full Details about the Call for Proposals is online.