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Black Mirror: self portraits and reflections on global Black identity

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Black 3rd Space (the arts & visioning collective of Black Lives Matter Nashville) is seeking creative works from Black artists, globally, which speak to identity - literally or figuratively, personally or socially. 

Self portraits are not limited to visual art and may include writing, fashion, film, makeup, etc. 

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES & REQUIREMENTS

submissions are open now through November 11th at midnight

submissions must be emailed to Black3rdSpace@gmail.com as individual .jpeg, .jpg, .png files, or a shared Google Docs folder.

PDFs and any files submitted that are not formatted for Instagram will be reformatted at the creative direction of the curator(s). Please note upon submission if you have specifications.

submissions are open to all artists, creatives, and makers of Black/African descent. There are no geographic/location, age, or experience restrictions to submit. We want any and all mediums and art forms that fulfill the show theme (as long as your submission can be emailed)

submissions must include: 
a copy of your work you wish to exhibit
full title information for each piece submitted (including medium used)
your preferred name, pronouns, and IG handle
image descriptions

optional materials:
a short description, reflection, or artist statement 
a picture of yourself

Agreements!
by submitting your contribution you are agreeing: 
-that the work you submit is your own or properly attributed
-to allow BLMN/B3S to post your materials online with credit to you
-to allow BLMN/B3S to preserve or remove the exhibition or further posts as we see fit
 

Deadline: 
11/11/2020

Entry Fee:

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California Black Voices Project

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Grant funding opportunity for Black artists or curators in California to create or curate artwork(s) for an exhibition at Minnesota Street Project.

Minnesota Street Project Foundation invites Black artists or curators in California to create original artwork(s) or an exhibition. The program’s vision is to recognize and reward the exceptional work of Black artists and curators in California. The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000 and be provided space at the 1275 Minnesota Street Project Galleries to feature their newly developed works. All work will also be presented on Adjacent, Minnesota Street Project’s newest virtual viewing space for art.

Request for Proposal accessible here.
Artists apply here, and curators apply here.

Prize summary: 
The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000.
Prizes Details: 

The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000 and be provided space at the 1275 Minnesota Street Project Galleries to feature their newly developed works. All works will also be presented on Adjacent, Minnesota Street Project’s virtual space for art.

Deadline: 
08/31/2020

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