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Motor House Call for Artists “Learning to Love as I do”

Calling all Creatives!

Motor House is now accepting submissions for an exhibition in June 2022 that is centered around queer love and artists. Entitled “Learning to Love as I do”, this exhibit reflects love outside of societal norms. Society imposes a challenge to seek out and construct a nuclear family model - however, the movement towards a progressive paradigm shift in our lives, there is no “normal”.

Motor House is looking for works across any medium that center around love in unconventional ways. All expressions and interpretations are encouraged; if your understanding of love was shaped by a means outside of what you see in the mainstream then we are interested!

This exhibition is open to all to participate, but there is a focus on exhibiting the work of Queer artists.

For any questions email the Exhibition Curator, Alexis Tyson at [email protected].

About Motor House

Motor House is a creative crossroads rooted in the culture of Baltimore. We are a non-profit arts hub, gallery, and performance space that encourages new visions, bold experiments, and emerging voices to celebrate the artistry of our city.

Submission Guidelines:

Submission Deadline is March 31, 2022 (10pm). Artists will hear back from curators by April 4, 2022. Please submit works directly to Exhibition Curator, Alexis Tyson at [email protected].

Artist must live in the Baltimore area.

Artists may submit up to five pieces.

Submission must include the following: Artist Name, Contact Information (email, phone number, mailing address), Artist Bio, Work Sample Statement that provides insight into why the work would speak to the exhibit description, Size and Name of Piece(s).


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