LIBERTY POSTCARD EXHIBTION CALL-OUT:
What does 'liberty' mean to you?
Do you love to draw, paint, write, collage, photograph, sculpt or creatively express yourself? Are you interested in participating in the Liberty Postcard Exhibition which will be held in the Waterside Pavilion in 2021.
This exhibition is part of a series of community activities in public spaces that provide an opportunity to discover and explore the notion of ‘liberty’ to complement the Hobart Current: Liberty exhibition from March to May 2021
Creative Director of Hobart Current 2021, Rosie Dennis, has provided LIBERTY as a provocation to ten artists as part of the Hobart Current exhibition in March 2021.
"This theme can be interpreted globally and locally, as celebrating the nation as a whole or a neighbourhood. I’m interested in sparking a fuller conversation about who chooses freedom for whom, in what space and during what time”.
We would now like to extend the invitation to you, the Hobart community, and capture your creativity inspired by this theme. All artworks will be applied to an A5 postcard template.
LIBERTY POSTCARD PACK
Liberty Postcard Exhibition Instructions and Guidelines
Click here for Terms and Conditions and Entry Form.
- Use the front of the postcard to creatively express what Liberty means to you.
- Use the back of the postcard to write a short description of what Liberty means to you, can be prose, poetry…..
- Once your artwork is completed, fill out the entry form provided in the Liberty Postcard pack and submit it with your artwork which can be dropped off at the Town Hall foyer. Other drop off points in the CBD to be announced shortly.
- There will be prizes for People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice categories.
- If you would like to receive a Liberty Postcard pack or would like more information, please contact Sue Hayes on 03 6238 2823 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN WILL THE EXHIBITION TAKE PLACE?
DATE: 8 - 10 April 2021
VENUE: Waterside Pavilion
All entries must be submitted by 12 March 2021.
Artwork credit: Sue Hayes, Liberty Postcard, 2020.