PRLog - Dec. 5, 2011 - PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Yellow Peril Gallery at The Plant is issuing a REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS for artwork inspired by ‘Occupy Providence’ to launch the Gallery Night 2012 season in Providence, Rhode Island, on March 15, 2012. The DEADLINE TO APPLY is DECEMBER 31, 2011.
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Since October 15, 2011, Burnside Park has been continuously occupied by a steady number of the 99% -- a diverse group of people disenfranchised by what they deem as crimes committed or fueled by the 1%: corporations, financial institutions, and government agencies. Is this what ‘Democracy’
OCCUPY [Fill In The Blank] will feature artwork inspired by the movement known as ‘Occupy Providence’. Submitting artists are not required to pledge allegiance to the 99% but must have firsthand experience (in any capacity) with the OCCUPY movement.
From submissions, Yellow Peril Gallery will select up to 5 artists to exhibit at OCCUPY [Fill In The Blank]. Submissions not selected for this exhibition may be considered for future group and/or solo shows.
For criteria, required materials, and guidelines, please download the RFS and Application via Yellow Peril Gallery's website: http://www.yellowperilgallery.com.
About Yellow Peril Gallery
Yellow Peril Gallery is located at The Plant, a historic mill complex in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The Gallery strives to foster modern art critiques on popular culture and society from established and emerging artists in the United States and abroad. We aspire to exhibit provocative and visually arresting artwork created specifically to ignite conversations long after viewers have left the building. Artists that we represent share our commitment to social responsibility, and a percentage from the sale of all artwork is donated to a charitable organization of the Artists’ choice.
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The Gallery fosters modern art critiques on popular culture and society from established and emerging artists. We exhibit provocative and visually arresting artwork created specifically to ignite conversations long after viewers have left the building.