Posting to clarify that both of these opportunities are still active!

Clocking in for Unpaid Labor Public Participation Art Project

I have two opportunities to share. I’m running a public participation art project about unpaid labor, involving art on time cards. Details here:

https://www.elainelutherart.com/call-for-art-unpaid-labor

This is an on-going project where the finished cards are shared on Instagram and also go on public display.  Currently talking with a suburban Chicago library that has really nice display spaces.  We’re also now offering workshops where folks can come together to talk about the role of unpaid labor in their lives and work on their time cards.  Please contact me if you’d like to book a workshop.  I’m also working on a lesson plan, to allow people anywhere to host their own time card making workshop!  (See, I’ve said it publicly, now I have to get it done.)

In the call, I suggest that you complete and mail back your card within 30 days of receiving it.  But the project in general is on-going and open ended.

The cards that had been received to date at the time of my solo show in May, were displayed along with my art in a show about labor.  I continue to pitch exhibitions of the time cards, either as a stand-alone, or as part of a show of my art.  Want to bring a show of the time cards to your gallery, library, or other space?  Please click Contact Us above and use the contact form to let me know!

Solo Shows at the Micro Gallery – Angelica Kauffman Gallery

And I run the Angelica Kauffman Gallery, a group of 12″ x 16″ and 12×12 box galleries (and a wine crate, and two dollhouses…)

There are openings for solo shows this year in October, November, December. Each solo show is posted about for two weeks on the gallery’s Instagram and also archived on my blog. I also interview each artist and do a post with their headshot or picture of them working.

I’d also be delighted to have a guest curator create a group show on a theme!  Feel free to use the contact form if you’d like to talk about that.

Here’s how to share your ideas for your solo show:

https://www.elainelutherart.com/call-for-solo-show-proposals

The micro galleries were out on public display for 12 1/2 months in 2021!  (How is that possible?  Multiple galleries, with overlapping shows.)  In 2022, the galleries have existed only online, though we’ll find out soon about an upcoming event that we may be part of.
We have a big public display coming up in 2024, but nothing on the books yet for 2023.  Mentioning it though, that public displays, where the art is secure, in a glass case, for example, are possible.
What kinds of shows will we have in 2023?  Don’t know yet, but feel free to pitch me.  I would love to have guest curators and maybe we’ll do some themed, group shows in addition to solo shows.
I’m also looking to partner with a not for profit that works with currently or formerly incarcerated folks to host shows of their art.