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    Call For Artists

    Call for Art - "Breaking Barriers" hosted by Mass. Office on Disability

    Submission Deadline 8/1/2017

    Posted Wednesday July 05 2017 at 5:13 pm.
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    MOD Call for Art Flier

    The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) is now accepting submissions for its 2017 Call for Art and juried art exhibition.  We are calling on talented Massachusetts residents of all abilities to submit their original artwork.

    Selected entries will be displayed at a public exhibition at the Massachusetts State House in late 2017 and in an online gallery.

    A central purpose in this exhibition is to showcase the talent of Commonwealth residents and to present works to the public that will raise awareness of and challenge the barriers and stigma that persons with disabilities may encounter.  Artists who enter the Call for Art will have an opportunity to gain statewide exposure and recognition in addition to experiencing the process of entering their work for consideration for display in a juried art show.

    Part of the inspiration for this exhibition relates to a piece of artwork currently displayed in MOD created by Maurice "Pops" Peterson, Artist in Residence of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD).  His work, "Freedom from Shame", shown above, artistically captures the theme of "Breaking Barriers" through its depiction of an athlete with a disability in a moment of victory and celebration.

    SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 1, 2017

    Jury: Five individuals including our very own Charles J. Washburn and our good friend Marian Brown of Arts Connect International.

    For complete information, visit the mass.gov webpage.

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