CALL FOR ART, etc:
Don’t Draw That: répondez s’il vous plaît
Recent events—including the murder of artists by terrorists in Paris, and the calls from many in reaction, including from some world leaders, for artists not to create provocative work on religion or other subjects that might offend—have spurred a wide range of responses from creative individuals and communities.
Works invites artists, cartoonists, designers, poets, etc., to submit work that responds to any aspect or point of view on these subjects: Do images incite hate and violence? Can images counter hate and violence? What should be the response of creative people to attacks on individuals or on freedom of expression itself? Are there other questions that should be posed?
Open to all media, concrete to abstract statements, and local to international creators. No fees or membership required.
Drop-off days, all 2pm to 6pm:
Sunday, February 22
Friday, February 27
Saturday, February 28
If mailing or shipping, please make sure all items arrive by Friday, February 27.
Emailing work: Works will also print out poems, drawings, etc., submitted as letter or tabloid (8.5×11 or 11×17) PDFs emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, February 28.
Exhibition opens First Friday March 6 at 7pm and will be on view through March 21.
365 South Market St.
San José, CA 95113