|October 03, 2005
WHO: All artists: student, amateur, and professional
WHAT: Are invited to submit art for an exhibit at the Gavilan College Briggs Building. The show, "What is Your Vision of the Iraq War?" will create a forum to discuss different views of the war.
* Artists may contribute two or three dimensional work reflecting their view of the war in Iraq.
* Two-dimensional work must be framed and ready to hang.
* No saw tooth hangers.
* Three-dimensional works that need to be hung will be considered on weight. Free standing work will be accepted as long as pedestals and floor space are available
* All appropriate work will be displayed as space permits. Works deemed by the curator to be inappropriate for a public space due to nudity or graphically violent content may not be displayed.
WHEN: Artwork will be accepted on November 3, 2005 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. The exhibit will run from November 7 - January 8.
WHERE: Gavilan College at the Briggs Building, 365 Fourth St. Hollister, Ca. 95023
WHY: Curator Mark Fisher said: "Two-thousand United States military personnel have died in Iraq since the war began in March 2003. Not since the Vietnam War has the involvement of our military in a foreign land evoked the controversy of committing the lives of our loved ones to a political cause. Artists have the ability to create a unique forum to discuss the political views of our time. Here is a chance to express your vision of war and the political conflict raging in the Middle East." Fisher is a sculptor and painter who lives in Hollister. He has taught art at San Benito High School, and drawn editorial cartoons for Pinnacle Newspapers.
For more information call (831) 630- 3190