OPEN CALL: What Was She Made For?

OPEN CALL: What Was She Made For?

Deadline: February 25, 2024
Exhibition: March 1 - 29 at IAC Gallery, Bay Shore Mall, 1701 Sunrise Hwy, NY

Islip Arts Council is seeking women artists from all different backgrounds to join in the celebration of Women's History Month. Women of all ages are invited to enter. All media will be considered.

This exhibition is inspired by Billie Eilish's song "What Was I Made For?" from the iconic "Barbie" movie. Eilish evokes feelings of confusion, existential dread, and the search for an answer. There is hope in the lyrics that someday she will discover her true calling.

"WHAT WAS SHE MADE FOR?" aims to give women a platform to contemplate these feelings through all form of expression, be it storytelling, poetry, lyrics, or visual art.


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EXHIBITION ENTRY FEES:
IAC Members $25.00
Non-Members $35.00

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Founded in 1974, the Islip Arts Council is dedicated to leadership, advocacy, and excellence in the arts. Our goal is to present, produce, and promote culturally responsive, high quality programs in varied artistic disciplines for our diverse Long Island community.
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ISLIP ARTS COUNCIL
Offices & Gallery
South Shore Mall
1701 Sunrise Highway, N1
Bay Shore, NY 11706
(Next to Dick's Sporting Goods)
631-888-3525
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am–4pm
Closed Sunday and Monday.