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Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of American Women’s Right to Vote

Published on 7/16/2020 12:00:00 AM
To help round out our celebration of women in the United States gaining the right to vote in 1920, the Wright Gallery invites women faculty in the College of Architecture to submit work for the opening exhibition in the Fall 2020 semester. The show will include flatwork (painting, photography, prints, drawings, collage, plans, sections, elevations, renders, etc.), sculpture and other 3D work, assemblage, multimedia installations, time-based work, textiles, interactive pieces, and Augmented/Virtual/Mixed/ Extended Reality by women and about women, about current affairs, and about other historically marginalized communities. Contributors whose work is selected for inclusion will also be asked to craft a short, written account of a woman artist whose work, life, pioneering spirit, and/or social and political engagement provided inspiration or otherwise made an impact on their own lives and work, and provide an image of the artist or an example of the artist’s work. The text will be displayed next to each artist’s work in the gallery. 
 
To submit work for consideration, please attach a high-resolution image of the work(s) to be considered, along with the artist’s name, the title of the work, the date the work was created, the medium(s)/ material(s), the dimensions, and any special instructions, requirements, or considerations to stephencaffey@tamu.edu.

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, July 5 at 11:59 pm. Artists, architects, and designers whose work has been selected for inclusion will be notified via email on Monday, July 13. Work accepted for the exhibition must be delivered to the gallery ready to hang or display. Details regarding the deadline for participants’ written accounts and accompanying images, installation dates, and the length of the run will be announced in a subsequent email.