We’re seeking visual artists who are using their art to create social justice and to advance progressive change to exhibit their work at the Arts & Social Change Symposium, Oct. 12 to 13 at Seattle Center. The call is open to 2-D visual artists and students residing in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. The Arts & Social Change Symposium Steering Committee encourages diversity in what will be displayed.
Arts & Social Change will address the role that diverse arts play in creating awareness, inspiring cultural understanding, and developing policies to address equity and social change. Register for the symposium by Aug. 31 and get the early-bird rate.
Arts & Social Change is hosted by the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs in partnership with Washington State Arts Commission, The Wallace Foundation, 4Culture, Seattle Center and FESTAL, Seattle Office for Civil Rights , and The Association of American Cultures.
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