But My Roots Are on Both Sides of the Sea is a juried art exhibition presenting 30 Jewish artists from all over the world, dealing with the questions: Who am I? Israeli? Jewish? Where do I belong?
The artists will deal with how they see themselves and their Israeli and/or Jewish identity.
The exhibition is open to artists 18 and older who are Jewish. Original 2-dimensional works including drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, wood, paper, textile, fiber, enamels, glass, metalsmithing, collage, and mixed media, completed since January 2009. Crafts, video, kit work, and reproductions are not accepted. Artwork maximun size can be up to 70cm/~27.56inches (if artwork is framed, frame included).
Juror is Steven Schwartz, owner and curator of Engine Gallery at the Historic Distillery District in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Juror’s Choice Award will be presented during the Grand Opening. The winner of the Juror’s Choice Award will receive a solo show at the Engine Gallery (subject to the gallery’s schedule and availability).
Submission deadline: February 28th, 2011, 5pm (EST)
Entry fees and participation fees, if accepted, apply. See the PDF for full details, contact information for more information and entry form: ILartTO Call for artists – But My Roots Art On Both Sides Of The Sea