Deadline: 30 April 2014
Open to: Artists, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, writers…
Prize: works will be curated on online exhibition
International Museum of Women is now part of Global Fund for Women in a bold move to increase global awareness and action on women’s rights. They are creating a new online exhibition exploring your perspectives on women’s human rights and your hopes for the future. What have been the greatest victories and challenges for women in your community? What rights are you fighting for? Do you feel equal? What kind of world do you dream of?
Your work and ideas could explore any aspect of equality and women’s human rights:
Explore these topics, or come up with your own. Whatever the topic you choose, as part of your submission we ask that you complete the following sentence:
Equality is ….
Tell what women’s human rights mean to you!
Artists, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, writers— they want to showcase your work in this exciting new online showcase! Contributions must be in English, and can come in any medium (photography, video, audio, journalism, creative writing and more). In addition, work must address a topic related to women’s human rights.
Imagining Equality will showcase the diverse experiences and creative ideas of women from around the world. Submitting your work provides the opportunity to share your creativity with the global audience of over 50,000 monthly visitors. Submitted work will be reviewed by curatorial team, and selected submissions will be curated for inclusion in the online exhibition launching in June 2014.
Go to our submissions page and upload your work HERE. Submissions are accepted online through 30 April 2014.
For more information visit the official website HERE.