Curators: Deb Flagel and Pamela Callahan
Open to all artists from the international community, ‘GrassRoots’, curated by Pamela Callahan and Deb Flagel, seeks to highlight the interconnectedness of our natural world through social, economic, philosophical and spiritual interactions. How do these ideologies guide to protect our vast, yet fragile ecosystems which are contained in but not limited to wilderness, rural, suburban and urban environments.
Entries of work in all media may be mailed as jpgs on a CD: GrassRoots, Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642 – or visit www.womanmade.org/ to submit your entry with digital files (jpgs) online. For video entries submit a still image plus link to your video online. Entry Fee: $30 for up to three works with one detail per work, if needed.
Curators: Pamela Callahan + Deb Flagel
Pamela Callahan was born and raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and received a B.A. in Studio Art from Lawrence University. For fifteen years, Pamela lived and worked in Chicago, where she exhibited widely. She was involved with Woman Made Gallery for the duration of her time in the city, as volunteer, gallery director, and advisor. In 2004, Pamela returned to Wisconsin and co-created Otter Creek Arts, a rural art studio amidst the hills and valleys of the Driftless Area. http://ottercreekarts.com
Deb Flagel was born in Michigan and raised in Indiana. She graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington with a B.S. in Art Education. After spending several years in Washington DC, she returned to the Midwest to attend The School of the Art Institute of Chicago receiving an MFA in Visual Communication. Deb has exhibited in Chicago, New York and a few places in between. Her heart and imagery remain closely tied to the Midwest. For more information visit http://www.debflagel.com
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