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Where's the Revolution

Where's the Revolution; An exhibition featuring political art commentaries curated by Marci Rubin.  

The role of a political artist is to express different points of view regarding global politics and social justice standards.   Bridgeport Art Center is seeking original political art commentaries whose subject is related to our public affairs.

Examples of works may include:  commentaries on the political global climate in our past, present or future; peaceful protest banners & demonstration at; portraits of activists & key figures involved in government & social change; propaganda & satire cartoons; dedications & depictions of social movements.   Open to all media.

"So should art be political?"  All things considered, it might not have a choice in the matter, but a more important question to be asking - in the context of an increasing censored, commodified, and corporate-led world - might be whether we can really afford not to be."  - Dixon Stone

Please go to  for link to Slide Room.

$20.00 fee; portion will go to:  Food Not Bombs

Show September 18-Nov 6, 2020

Notified of acceptance by Aug 29, 2020

Deliver art on Sat Sept 12th; 10:00-2:00

Hang show Sept 13, 2020

Deadline: 08.21.2020
Name: Marci Rubin
Address: 1200 W. 35th Street
Phone: 7739984265