Sonoma State University Library (CA), Call for Entries: North Bay Fires Anniversary Exhibit
Deadline: July 2nd, 2018
The Sonoma State University Library Gallery program enriches the intellectual, educational, and cultural life of the Sonoma State community through exhibits by student and alumnae artists, regional artists, traveling exhibitions, and selections from the University Library’s unique collections. Exhibits are intended to align with the SSU mission and curriculum and inspire discussion and debate beyond the gallery walls.
North Bay Fires Anniversary Exhibit
In recognition of the one year anniversary of the Sonoma and Napa County fires, the University Library Gallery is seeking creative and documentary works that reflect on these events. The North Bay Fires Anniversary exhibit seeks to bring artists and documentarians into dialogue with each other and with the SSU community to explore the impact of the fires on Sonoma County and the ongoing process of recovery.
The works will be on display for the duration of the fall semester to better incorporate the works and themes into academic courses, co-curricular activities, and other University Library events. The main Library Gallery will be used to exhibit creative works responding to the fires and the other gallery, 2North, will exhibit documentary works.
Eligibility: This call for submissions is open to artists and documentarians working in all mediums and styles. Participants may submit up to 4 entries.
Framing: All works must be ready to hang or display. The Library does not have funding to frame works.
Questions: Please contact Mary Wegmann, Art Committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
PDF of call with detailed information: SSU Library North Bay Fires Anniversary Exhibit call for submissions
Sonoma State University is a public comprehensive university, part of the 23-campus California State University system. The main campus is located east of Rohnert Park, and north of Cotati, California, United States, approximately 10 miles south of Santa Rosa and 50 miles north of San Francisco.