Gallery 102 is accepting submissions for Hybrid Moments, on view from November 17 - 26, 2014. Hybrid Moments will speak to the mixed, interdisciplinary nature of contemporary art practices, and to this crucial moment in DC art history.
As we students enter a hybrid time of institution mashing, the student-run Gallery 102 has the potential to act as a site of exchange. This exhibition is just one opportunity for our student populations to come together to recognize and highlight our diverse artistic strengths.
Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals for site-specific or site-responsive works, that take into account the unique architecture of Gallery 102, including the windows and weird corners. Hybrid Moments seeks to show a wide range of mixed media works across disciplines and strategies, including social, event-based, and performance works. Submissions will be juried by the Gallery 102 Student Committee, with the intent to showcase both Corcoran and GWU students in equal numbers. The title is borrowed from a Misfits song: “In hybrid moments, give me a moment, give me a moment, give me a moment.”
All current undergrad and graduate students at the Corcoran College of Art and George Washington University may apply.
Submissions should be sent to Eames Armstrong, firstname.lastname@example.org with “Hybrid Moments submission” in the subject line
In the body of the email, please include an artist statement and brief description of the work, including materials and dimensions, and links to sound or video if applicable.
As attachments, please provide:
-image(s) of work, or mock-up of proposed project
-image examples of past work (optional)
Deadline for submissions: Monday, October 20, by midnight
Notice of status of application: no later than Friday, October 31
Install: Sunday, November 16
Performances may take place through the exhibition
Public opening reception: Thursday, November 20
Deinstall: Sunday, November 30
Gallery 102 is the student art gallery for The George Washington University, located in Smith Hall of Art, 801 22nd St NW, DC. The Gallery is a part of the Department of Fine Arts and Art History, and is run by the Gallery 102 Committee, comprised of GWU undergraduate and graduate students.
for inquiries, contact Eames Armstrong, email@example.com