With the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V. Wade, many Americans worry about the protection of their rights moving forward. If you feel your freedom to exist is under attack, we encourage you to use your voice and share your talents with us at Bourne-Schweitzer Gallery.
Local artists of the Kentuckiana area are invited to submit work centered on the politics of personhood and the experience of marginalized identities. All artists and all mediums are welcome, from visual arts to performances, poetry, music and video art
This show is intended as a space for artists and creatives to express their fears, feelings, and experiences in the wake of unprecedented political changes. NO hate speech of call for violence will be tolerated and anyone aiming to escalate or inflame will be asked to leave immediately.
The exhibition will be hosted at the Bourne-Schweitzer Gallery in New Albany from October 21st to November 12th. The inside gallery is equipped with hanging wall space, shelves, and open flooring for sculptures. The Art Alley space outside of the gallery is also available for music, performances, installations, and more!
If you would like to further this show by scheduling a music event or performance, petition signing, poetry reading, guest speaker, or other additions to the event and exhibition, contact Julie Schweitzer by email at Julie@artseed.art or by phone at (502) 649-3320 for more details on the space.
- First and Last Name
- Title of Artwork(s)
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- Brief Artist Statement / Description of the work's meaning
- Any additional information or questions on the showing of the work