Deadline EXTENDED: April 20th, 2014, midnight PST
PostGlamism is a juried group exhibition exploring the generalized theme of Glam, a cultural phenomenon that emerged during the early 1970s in the wake of Pop art. The current revival of interest in this art form includes such references as fashion, gender, technology, spectacle, etc. (see submission site for full description). Exhibition occurs at Center on Contemporary Art’s (CoCA) Georgetown gallery at Seattle Design Center and runs May 15 — August 1, 2014. A catalog featuring images, artist’s statements and biographies and a juror’s essay will also be produced.
PostGlamism is open to all emerging and established artists working in any media, particularly material that conveys the glam aesthetic of glitter, gloss, metallic sheen, chrome or mirror-enamel. Performance, as represented by video or live events, and installation art is also encouraged.
For more detailed information and link to entry: http://cocaseattle.org/about/submissions/call-art-2014-annual/
About: Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of Contemporary Art. CoCA has been a vital part of contemporary art in the Northwest for over 30 years, and has operated galleries throughout the Seattle area over that time period.