Call for entries for Works Exploring the Uncovered Human Form

June 15th, 2014  |  Published in *, Announcements

Manifest is an internationally recognized award-winning non-profit organization founded in 2004 by students and professors dedicated to creating high quality experiences of visual art through exhibition, publication, artist-support, and education.


DEADLINE: Friday, June 27, 2014
(gallery exhibit)

6th Annual Exhibition Exploring the Uncovered Human Form

Manifest exhibits many kinds of works, from more conceptual and experimental art to the traditional. In fact we think it’s important to have such a range in our repertoire. It is something that Manifest is known for. Our annual projects allow us the chance to track how artists around the world address a consistent theme, subject, or media over time, or allow us to document the state of art in a particular strata of professional creative activity, and to study and preserve our findings in a meaningful way through our exhibition catalogs and website.

NUDE is one such project. The human body is a popular subject for many reasons, the most obvious being that it is us.

This year we are excited to renew our invitation to artists to submit works in any media, of any style or genre (abstract, conceptual, highly realistic, etc.), and of any size and media, for consideration in Manifest’s sixth annual NUDE, an international competitive exhibit exploring the uncovered human form in current art.

Open to any and all traditional and non-traditional visual arts media (including 2D, 3D, video, etc.), genre, subject matter, and content. Manifest’s carefully assembled juries change from project to project, and as a body have no collective predisposition towards any particular kind or style of art.

Submission deadline: June 27, 2014

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