call for entries: neither here nor there

This one's for all you artists... San Francisco's Kearny Street Workshop, the longest-standing Asian American multidisciplinary arts organization in the nation, is currently seeking submissions for Neither Here Nor There, a national juried exhibition "exploring conditions caught between two locations and/or two states of being," presented with ArtSpan. Here are some more details:
National Juried Exhibition
Presented by ArtSpan and Kearny Street Workshop


Where are you from? Where are you going? The theme “neither here nor there” calls for work exploring conditions caught between two locations and/or two states of being. This show touches upon notions of transnationalism, cultural fluidity, hybrid selves and spaces. That is to say, where we are now.

Emily Sano, Larry Ellison private collection Curator and former Asian Art Museum Director
John Zarobell, SFMOMA Assistant Curator

Accepted Mediums:
All 2-D mediums (painting, drawing, mixed media, etc.), photography, installation, sculpture. Sorry, no videos.

How to Submit:
Artists must submit online by June 15, 2011.

Exhibition Dates and Location:
August 4-20, 2011 at ARC Gallery, 1246 Folsom St., San Francisco
For full submission details, including entry fee, insurance, and shipping guidelines, go to the Kearny Street Workshop website here. The deadline to submit your work online is June 15, and the exhibition will run August 4-20.

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