THIS SATURDAY, April 10th, is the deadline for photography submissions for a summer exhibition in San Francisco’s City Hall. The International Museum of Women, located on Montgomery Street in SF’s Financial District, is a “social change museum” acting under this professed mission: to value the lives of women around the world. In that spirit, the museum is calling for photographers around the world to submit their own representations of “women… participating in the current global economy as leaders and agents of positive change.” Selected photographs will then be displayed in San Francisco City Hall as part of the International Museum of Women’s Picturing Power and Potential, a celebration in pictures of “women as economic change-agents” and a companion exhibit to the museum’s ongoing Economica.
Time is short, so luckily submission is easy. Last-minute is the new planning ahead, am I right? Here’s the facts:
Am I eligible? If you are alive and an artist on planet Earth, then yes! Preference will be given to works created in the past five years.
What’s the medium? The museum can take all photographic works that can submitted via digital file, and printed from that file.
What should the subject of my photo be? The museum is looking for works that fit the theme described above; i.e., the subject is women as participants and leaders in our global economy, and agents of positive change.
How do I submit? Here: is the online submission form
A photograph is a powerful thing. Get your work out there as an “agent of positive change” in its own right.