Call for Artists
Apply by October 1, 2021
Following the success of our inaugural virtual exhibit, The Zionist Phantom, the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University invites artists to apply for a solo virtual exhibition to be held in spring 2022. Preference will be given to artists whose work speaks to the diversity of Israel’s population. The selected artist is awarded a $2,500 exhibition stipend to produce two virtual programs during the exhibition, and up to $1,200 to cover related costs.
Artists must be residents of Israel who have not previously had a solo exhibition of their work in the U.S. Furthermore, their work must speak to the mission of the Center, which is dedicated to promoting exemplary teaching and scholarship concerning Israeli history, politics, culture, and society. There will be no physical exhibition or catalogue.
Interested artists must apply and upload the materials listed below by October 1, 2021. Applicants will be notified of decision by the end of October. All materials must be in English. Questions can be submitted to [email protected]
Application to include:
- Artist CV
- The central theme of the exhibition and how to it relates to the mission of the Schusterman Center (500 words)
- Artist Statement (200 words)
- Proposed budget detailing total exhibition expenses, up to $1200
- 10-15 images/files of the work for consideration, (jpg. format for images). Number the images/files to correspond with a separate Work List. Each image/file should not exceed 1 MB. If your work is time-based or has video documentation, you may include video still or other appropriate documentation. Please provide any links to your videos/audio online. (Website, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)
- Work List: Artist name, title, year, medium, dimensions. Provide a short description of the work, if necessary.