Left Overs: Exhibition and Mother Art Prize

Website: http://www.procreateproject.com/left-overs-call-for-entries-art-prize-for-mother-art/

Procreate Project is inviting visual artists and live art performers to respond to the theme of ´Left Overs’ – What is left of our sanity, bodies, sexuality, time and identities when mothering? What remains unused or unconsumed? How do left overs feed creativity?  ‘Left Overs’ will be exhibited at FiLiArt within the Feminism in London Conference, FiLiA, October 14-15th 2017 at the Institute of Education. Procreate Project announces the first Procreate Project ‘Mother Art’ Prize 2017 (Visual Art). This prize is available to win for artists who are mothers. The prize is aimed at artists working in one or more of the following media: drawing, printing, painting, photography, digital art, sculpture installation and video. The Award Winner will receive 1 Month residency at the next Mother House’s opening 2018 (this covers Childcare and Art Studio for 1 artist and 1 child), exhibition at the Left Overs Show, within Filia Conference 2017, 1 year online Membership with Procreate Project and a £200 cash prize. The entry fee is £10 for up to 3 works.

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Expires: September 15, 2017


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