STAY SAFE is visual exploration of social discourse through the eyes of artists identifying as female or non binary.
We are seeking artwork submission from female, female identifying and non binary artists whose work addresses current social conversations regarding public safety.
The exhibition is intended to provide a public platform for artists to express ideas, reflect on past trauma and come together to celebrate the significance of human life.
No person should have to be told to 'stay safe'. No person should be put at fault for being victimised.
Art forms history so let our voices be heard through our art work.
STAY SAFE will exhibit from October 10th to 28th with the official opening night on Friday the 12th of October.
Please fill out the below form to apply to be part of the show
At this stage we are only asking for a written description of your proposed work and a little about your arts practice
Once we have received your application it will go through a peer review process
(approx. 3 business days)
Once your concept has been assessed you will receive an email from us confirming or declining acceptance into the exhibition
If accepted into the exhibition we will request images of your works (or progress shots) and more detailed information
We only charge successful applicants the exhibition fee
You will receive an invoice if your application is approved