Call For Art > THREADS - Deadline Feb 14, 2009
THREADS - Deadline Feb 14, 2009
Call for Entries - For National and International LGBTQI Artists. This exhibit is part of the National Queer Arts Festival 2009
SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St. SF -- Dec 4, 2008 --

Call for Entries
International - LGBTQI Artists
National Queer Arts Festival 2009
Queer Cultural Center @ SomArts Gallery, San Francisco
THREADS
June 2009
Deadline for submissions: February 14, 2009
All Media including video, installation, net art, performance, costume, fashion event

Queerness weaves the threads of our physical, social and moral existence together into a multi-dimensional fabric of community and our selves.
As queer artists we continue to create complex identities and imagine new modes of address through a myriad of queer tactics, textures and sensibilities.
What are the threads that bind, mend and sometimes unravel this spectacular fabric of queer art? How does this queerness operate? How does it present itself? How do we fashion, perform, subvert or display queerness in our art and lives?
We hope to explore these themes in art in all mediums that incorporate (in the broadest sense of these ideas): sewing, knitting, weaving, braiding, binding, knotting, textiles, quilting, patchwork, costuming, fashion and fashion events, drag, second skins, performance art, woven texts, blogs, digital networks and communities.
THREADS curatorial committee includes: Tirza Latimer, Rudy Lemcke, Matt McKinley, Pamela Peniston, Allison Smith, and Tina Takemoto.
Submit the following by February 14, 2009
Submitting by email: Please send the following to Threads@queerculturalcenter.org
1. 2 to 5 jpegs of available work. In your email please include the following identifying information: title, date, medium, dimensions, and owner/lender (if applicable).
* if you are submitting a proposal for an installation, a performance or a fashion event please submit a detailed description and plan for your project.
* if you are submitting a DVD or a CD that contains your work sample please send it to the address below.
2. a brief resume
3. a brief statement explaining how the proposed works address the exhibition's theme.
If you are submitting work via snail mail please send the requested material (above) to:
Queer Cultural Center – Qcc
934 Brannan Street
SF, CA 94103
Note: Arrangements and expenses for shipping/delivery/retrieval are the responsibility of the artist.  All non-installation and performance work must arrive/be delivered "ready to hang." Artwork is insured by the gallery during the exhibition.
If you have any questions please contact Threads@queerculturalcenter.org