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2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS Artists possess a powerful tool to evoke social change. Without uttering a single word, they can enlighten, educate and effect change around the world. Embracing Our Differences invites you to participate in creating a society where diversity is embraced and individuality is celebrated. Become a part of this change by submitting your original art to Embracing Our Differences and its 16th annual international outdoor juried art exhibit featuring 45 billboard-size images measuring 16 feet (5m) wide by 12.5 feet (4m) high. Each work of art is created by local, national and international artists reflecting their interpretation of our theme “enriching lives through diversity.” TO SUBMIT ONLINE, FOR DETAILS, REQUIREMENTS & TO VIEW PAST WINNING ENTRIES, VISIT WWW.EMBRACINGOURDIFFERENCES.ORG “Ability to Change” by Zach Sherman, 10th Grade 2016 Best-in-Show Student 201 9 e exhibit is displayed mid-January through mid-March each year in Island Park along Sarasota’s bayfront in Southwest Florida. Since 2004 the exhibit has hosted over 2,700,000 visitors plus another 280,000 students for a very unique opportunity to experience the importance of diversity in our lives. “Planting Peace” by Chad Glass 2016 Best-in-Show Adult

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  • 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS 2019 CALL TO ARTISTS

    Artists possess a powerful tool to evoke social change. Without uttering a single word, they can enlighten, educate and effect change around the world. Embracing Our Differences invites you to participate in creating a society where diversity is embraced and individuality is celebrated. Become a part of this change by submitting your original art to Embracing Our Differences and its 16th annual international outdoor juried art exhibit featuring 45 billboard-size images measuring 16 feet (5m) wide by 12.5 feet (4m) high. Each work of art is created by local, national and international artists reflecting their interpretation of our theme enriching lives through diversity.

    TO SUBMIT ONLINE, FOR DETAILS, REQUIREMENTS & TO VIEW PAST WINNING ENTRIES, VISIT WWW.EMBRACINGOURDIFFERENCES.ORG

    Ability to Change by Zach Sherman, 10th Grade2016 Best-in-Show Student

    2019

    The exhibit is displayed mid-January through mid-March each year in Island Park along Sarasotas bayfront in Southwest Florida. Since 2004 the exhibit has hosted over 2,700,000 visitors plus another 280,000 students for a very unique opportunity to experience the importance of diversity in our lives.

    Planting Peace by Chad Glass2016 Best-in-Show Adult

  • Ashley Lovett, Ringling College of Art & Design (2009)

    WHO MAY ENTER?

    Artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, students everyone can participate. National and international submissions are encouraged. There is no submission fee.

    WHAT IS THE THEME?

    Artists are asked to submit their interpretation of the theme enriching lives through diversity.

    WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA?

    Your submission must be an original concept and execution and is not a copy or reproduction of the work of another. Final selections for inclusion will be made by a three-judge panel of art professionals based on artistic excellence and originality in reflection of our theme enriching lives through diversity.

    CASH AWARDS

    $3,000 (US) will be presented in the form of three separate awards $1,000 each for Best-in-Show Adult; Best-in-Show Student; and the Peoples Choice award.

    SUBMISSIONS MUST BE COMPLETED ONLINE OR POSTMARKED BY

    OCTOBER 15, 2018

    TO SUBMIT ONLINE, FOR DETAILS, REQUIREMENTS & TO VIEW PAST WINNING ENTRIES, VISIT WWW.EMBRACINGOURDIFFERENCES.ORG

    Left: Broken World by Cory Gallagher, 11th Grade (2007); Center: Sean D. McDonald (2010); Right: Toby Thompson (2008)

    Jamia Mei Tolentino, 7th Grade (2012)