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The Weight of Time

The Weight of Time: Deadline May 21, 2021
​August 14 - October 10, 2021

An exhibition that explores the social and economic effects from government quarantine orders, as a direct result, of the novel virus COVID-19. We invite artists to submit their introspective works that examine the solitude of quarantining during the global pandemic and the shutdown's lasting effects on vulnerable populations. The global pandemic and the shutdowns that followed created new challenges for various people in different ways and further exposed broken government infrastructures. This exhibition calls for introspective works and works that explore community ramifications for a world that was not prepared to stop. ​

This exhibit is open to all mediums, including but not limited to, painting, sculptural works, photography, projection art, new media, and performances.

Submission Details & Guidelines
NO SUBMISSION FEE

Please use our online form for submissions.

​Open to any and all traditional and non-traditional visual arts media

Kaiser Gallery has no size restrictions on submissions, other than what can physically fit in our space and through our doors. Artists who have work that may exceed these limits are welcome to contact us to inquire about specific dimensions.

Submissions average 3 images per submission - no larger than 1500 pixels and at least 72 dpi

Submissions for digital art, such as video, interactive or other new media should be submitted in the form of a link to a complete viewable online copy of each work along with a single still jpeg image

Submissions must include a CV & artist statement

All files should be labeled with the artist’s name and title of work. Ex: Yourfullname_titleofwork.jpg

Please submit only completed work, no works-in-progress

All work must be ready to install

All interested parties that disregard the above criteria will not be considered.​

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