Drawings by Ella Viscardi
Photography by Julia Girardoni
Photography by Kea Buretel
Digital Media by Camille Ramos
Photography by Emma Noelle
Photography by Clara Hirsch
Finally got the photos from an old disposable camera developed? Worried about the current state of our planet? Feeling angsty about the people who have left you? Love making trash art? Us too! Send us your art for our Fall Call to Artists: Disposable. All mediums welcome!
‘Tis the season for nostalgia! We're thinking not only about the wistful sadness that comes with the holidays, but also about the use of older mediums to produce contemporary art. Just finished your Photogravure print class or Photo I prints in the darkroom? Collaging vintage magazines as a stress buster from finals? Working hard on your Shakespeare monologue? We wanna see it!
Though seemingly remote from our own experience, all of us have felt feelings of otherness, of displacement or discomfort, and these are feelings that connect us to everyone around us. We are calling for art that connects with these themes in honor of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness in partnership with Project for the Homeless to reckon with both each individual sets of feelings which create ties between us.
Additionally, in response to the show "Delirous: Art at the Limits of Reason" on view at the MET Breuer, we're asking you to submit work that responds to the idea that "delirious times demand delirious art"