Finding Common Ground in an Uncommon World:
All-Female Colorado Exhibition
The Call for Entry for "Common Ground" is now closed
Call Type: Exhibition
Eligibility: Female and Female-Identifying Artists in Colorado
Fee: $35 (Entry Fee)
Event Dates: Nov. 9, 2022 - Jan. 9, 2023
This is a juried exhibit for female and female-identifying artists who currently live in Colorado. We welcome female artists from all backgrounds and are seeking diverse perspectives and art from across our state.
The exhibition is sponsored by the Women’s Caucus for Art Colorado Chapter (WCACO) and will be shown at The Collective Community Arts Center in Lafayette, CO.
Most of us have experienced conflict with people who have different identities or ideologies than our own, and we are experiencing an uncommon time of discord in our world. This show explores the ways that art can represent these conflicts and differences as well as our commonalities and the ways we heal.
We are looking for art that represents issues that are important to you, including how they impact your personal relationships, your community, and our world.
How can you use your art to find common ground?
Juror Jess Xiao Long is a graduate student in the Art History & Museum Studies program at Case Western Reserve University. She graduated from the Ohio University Honors Tutorial College in 2020, earning a BA in Art History, minors in History, Studio Art, and Business Administration, and a Museum Studies Certificate. Jess studies contemporary art and has experience working for art museums and nonprofits. Her research interests include performativity, feminism, body politics, legacies of colonialism, hybridity, and public art. Jess Xiao Long is passionate about equity in the arts and dedicated to the mission of decolonizing cultural institutions.