ACC Juried Student Art Exhibition
2018 ACC Juried Art Exhibition
ACC Highland Campus Building 4000
First Floor Elevator Corridor
6101 Highland Campus Drive, Austin TX 78752
Exhibition Dates: Nov 19 – Feb 28
Reception: Thursday, Nov 29, 6-8pm
CALL FOR ENTRY!
National Day of Racial Healing
Deadline to apply has been extended!
Deadline to Apply: Monday, January 7th
Exhibition dates: January 22 – February 28, HLC, Building 4000
Observance of this day shows our collaboration with the Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) enterprise – a national and community-based process to address the historic and contemporary effects of racism.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit artworks that reflect upon truth, racial healing, and transformation. Artists are encouraged to submit works that express personal experiences and perspectives. What’s your story? What does racial healing mean to you?
Sell Your Work!
Sell your work at the ACC Student Holiday Art Sale
Thursday, December 6 at Highland Campus, Building 1000, 10 am – 6 pm
Open to all ACC students to exhibit and sell artwork.
For more information contact Julie Isaacson at email@example.com or 512-223-7223
Peace and Conflict Studies Symposium: The Borders of Belonging: Art, Conflict Transformation & Peace
The symposium will feature a juried art exhibition.
Deadline to Apply: Monday, March 25
Exhibition dates: April 12 at EVC and April 17 –May 20 at HLC
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit works related to the theme of borders. Borders can be physical or political boundaries that divide or mark-out geographic areas. They can be personal or interpersonal–boundaries established by social norms, practices, or concepts, invisible to the eye, but able to compel or direct behavior. In addition, borders can be spiritual, ideological, intellectual, or scientific in nature, indicating the limits of what is possible. Historically, and in our society today, borders are crossed, challenged, enforced, or eliminated. As borders are contested or negotiated, the need for conflict resolution arises, and with it a reshaping of identity and a new search for belonging.