Rising Voices - Exhibit and Call for Submissions
What is Rising Voices?
Rising Voices is a 90-day traveling group exhibit amplifying obscure voices. The mission is to encourage conversations and connections about the diversity of the she/her experiences in our communities.
WWf(a)C is honored to be hosting the final exhibit, which will complete its journey at our building May 7th through 31st, with an Artist Reception on Thursday, May 7th. We are reaching out to our community of talented artists and writers to encourage you to submit your work for this exhibit! See below for details about submitting your work to the April and/or May exhibits.
The March exhibit will be hosted at Front Street Buildings in Dayton, on March 6th, 7th & 15th, with an Artist Reception on Friday, March 6th. April's exhibit will be hosted at Pendleton Art Center in Middletown, from April 3rd through 27th, with an Artist Reception on Friday, April 3rd.
The exhibition is facilitated by Tipp City artist Rusty Harden and Middletown artist Glenda Miles. More information about these artists may be found at the bottom of this page.
How Do I Submit My Work?
An eligible artist is anyone who identifies by she/her pronouns. A participant cannot join mid-month; however, an artist can submit after the opening and exhibit the following month at the next location. To be considered for this exhibit, a creator's statement must accompany each piece, describing how the submission represents their personal journey. These statements will be displayed with the artwork.
In the spirit of community storytelling, the exhibit is non-juried, with amateur and professional artists invited to submit. There is no submission fee and artists can submit up to three pieces each.
To submit via the on-line form, please click here and scroll to the bottom of the page. If you prefer to use a written form, you can download, print and complete the forms for:
Glenda Miles and Rusty Harden