The International Sonoran Desert Alliance (ISDA)issues the first bi-annual call for artists to submit artwork to a curated exhibition in the Ajo Plaza Gallery. The title of the exhibition is Redrawing Borders.
This exhibition is part of the Tri-National Symposium — Celebrating the Sonoran Desert. The exhibit Redrawing Borders seeks to promote a dialogue and collaboration between governmental agencies, NGOs, Native American and human rights organizations at the national and international level to help create greater understanding and support for humanitarian and ecological solutions to the U.S./Mexico borderlands crisis.
The exhibition Redrawing Borders is open to all media and artwork should explore the following themes:
- Human and environmental impacts of the current border situation, including immigration, labor policies, human rights violations, and enforcement procedures.
- Humanitarian and environmental responses to the border crisis.
- Collaborative, cross-border, multi-national, cross-agency efforts to address human and environmental impacts.
- International humanitarian crisis and other border issues.
Send three images of your artwork, bio, statement, works list via email by February 17, 2014 at 11:49 pm. Notification of artists selected and mailing instructions will be sent via email by February 21, 2014.
Opening Reception is Tuesday, March 18, 2014 Time 5:30-7:30 pm. Exhibition will close April 18, 2014.
To learn more about submitting work and the curator for this event, click here for the full Call for Artists document.