HOW SHALL WE LIVE? Climate Visions of Berkshire High School Artists
The Berkshire Museum and Living the Change Berkshires call for submissions of student art responding to the climate crisis. The juried exhibition, “How Shall We Live? Climate Visions of Berkshire High School Artists”, will be part of a month-long focus on climate change at the museum in April 2020, which will include the Berkshire Earth Expo on April 4.
Berkshire County students of High School age are invited to submit art work in one of 4 subject categories: “What is happening? (positive or negative)”, “What is needed?”, “What would be lost?” and “Vision of the future. (positive or negative)” Individual or collaborative original art work in 2 or 3D will be accepted. Maximum size: 3’ x 3’ (2D) and 2’ x 2’ x 2’ (3D).
The original submission deadline of February 15, 2020 has been extended to the end of February!
High definition digital photos of artwork, including information about medium, materials, dimensions, artist name, age, school, telephone number, and e-mail address should be sent to: [email protected].
For more information please contact Anne Legêne at the above e-mail address.
Living the Change Berkshires addresses Climate Change and Climate Justice with urgency, creativity, hope and optimism primarily on a local level.