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Call for Art: Shout! 2013
7 March 2013 - 1:23
Women veterans, showcase your artwork at the 5th Annual SHOUT! Art by Women Veterans! Share your experiences through your art and help raise awareness about the common issues women veterans face. Photography, painting, sculptures, multimedia works, documentaries, short films, essays, and poetry have been outlets for artists, whose work has been brilliant and captivating.
Shout! 2013, May 8, 2013 6-9pm
San Francisco Women’s Building
3543 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110.
Please join us on May 8th from 6 to 9pm at the San Francisco Women’s Building for this community event that shows our support and unity for women veterans.
The deadline for submission is April 8, 2013.
Artists must be women veterans and artwork must be submitted for consideration with an artist bio and statement.
More information about the submission requirements is available at http://www.swords-to-plowshares.org/shout/call-for-art/.
Artwork displayed at Shout! 2011:
Daniel Heyman: Panaycota Bertzikis, 22” x 30” guache on white cotton paper, 2011
Jennifer Karady: Captain Elizabeth A. Condon, with daughter, Kate, and mother, Elizabeth, June 2008, 48” x 48” Chromogenic Color Print on Fujiflex
Marylene Camacho: Untitled, 36″ x 42” airbrushed ink on duralar, 2011
Nicole Gim: Untitled II (from the series Lines), 30”x40” Color Photographic Print from 35mm film, 2008
Vicki Hudson: Guard Duty Tower Ten, 16” x 20” mounted and framed color photographic print, 2005
I, the above named, hereby assume all risks and hazards incidental to any participation in the 5th Annual SHOUT! Art by Women Veterans sponsored by Swords to Plowshares.
The artist warrants and represents that he or she is the sole legal owner of all rights, titles and interest in all artwork, including all related intellectual property interests such as trademarks and the sole and exclusive copyright in all artwork, and has the full right and authority to enter into this agreement and grant the rights granted in this agreement.
Delivery and pickup of artwork will be the sole responsibility of the artist. Artwork that has been accepted will need to be delivered to the venue between 12 – 3 pm the day of the event and the work must be ready display-ready. (Waivers may be awarded to out-of-town artists and to provide reasonable accommodation to disabled artists)
Waiver of Liability:
I do hereby expressly release and hold harmless the parties listed below:
- Swords to Plowshares
- San Francisco Women’s Building
- and all of its staff, volunteers, individually and collectively,
from liability for all damages to or for the loss of the artwork that I am voluntarily submitting, including transportation to and from activities.
I do hereby release and hold harmless the above listed parties from any claim arising from and usage of the facilities.