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Cecil College’s Art and Design Program Virtual Gallery presents:
Art Responds: Cecil United
The Cecil College community is looking forward to this exhibit, which opens on Friday, Nov. 6, in conjunction with Elkton’s First Friday events. Below is the information for students, alumni and faculty to submit artwork for this event.
The deadline to submit artwork is Friday, Oct. 23, 2020.
As Cecil College enters an academic year facing global pandemic, civil unrest, and intensified climate change, we are calling to our community of artists to create art for these times. Art has the power to unite, heal, and connect. Artist Olafur Eliasson said, “The arts and culture represent one of the few areas in our society where people can come together to share an experience even if they see the world in radically different ways.”
Art is how we bear witness, how we speak our minds, and how we begin to build the world we seek to inhabit. What is your vision for the world and how will you share it?
“Art can bring us closer than ever before.”
The Arts and Communications Department welcomes submissions to Art Responds: Cecil United, an online exhibition through Cecil College’s virtual gallery.
The department invites submissions from Cecil College students, alumni, faculty and staff. The exhibit is open to artists working in all media including, but not limited to drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, photography, printmaking, graphic design, etc.
Artists are invited to submit up to ten digital images by:
- Completing the submission form and emailing to [email protected]
- Through our Online Gallery form: Cecil College’s Online Gallery Form
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