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Submissions due on April 10, 2015 at 11:45 PM.
As millennials we grew up under the influence of video games; they taught us all about secrets and boundaries. They showed us that secrets make the game interesting, and we learned how to destroy and build boundaries in order to access those secrets. Secrets and boundaries are significant because they make us human. In a world without secrets and boundaries, we would be unable to distinguish between our inner and outer selves. What are your boundaries? Expose your secrets!
The Bronx Museum Teen Council is curating an exhibit based on these themes. Artists ages 15-19 are invited to enter up to three pieces of artwork centered around the themes “SECRETS, BOUNDARIES AND VIDEO GAMES,” to be exhibited at the museum summer 2015.
PLEASE NOTE: Submissions do not need to be related to video games for consideration!
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Artists in New York City
A panel of judges from The Bronx Museum Teen Council (an 8-month arts/media teen program) will be selecting and curating the works from those submitted to be exhibited at The Bronx Museum of the Arts summer 2015. The selected artists will be notified by May 1, 2015. Artwork will need to be dropped off at the Bronx Museum by May 11, and picked up by June 22.
MEDIUMS OF ARTWORK ACCEPTED
Performance Art (Documented on video)
Poetry and Spoken Word (Audio/video recordings, or to be performed during the opening reception)
SIZES AND RESTRICTIONS
2-D works must not exceed 16″ x 20″
Videos must not exceed 10 minutes
Illustration by Cristal Rivera