Implicit Bias – Call for Artists
The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery is hosting a juried art exhibition in conjunction with Busboys and Poets titled: Implicit Bias – Seeing the Other: Seeing One Self.
Deadline: 20 Aug 2015
The exhibition will explore the unconscious racial bias that affects our decisions, choices, friends, and beliefs about others. This show will be a powerful depiction of the injustice being portrayed in our country.
Founded in 2008, the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts is a nonprofit arts space in Washington, DC dedicated to exhibiting fine art that explores the innate connection between healing and creativity. The gallery is founded on the core principles that art has the ability to mend social, psychological, and physical ills by building community, inspiring change, and celebrating life. A rotating exhibition schedule features contemporary, international and national artists addressing a diversity of themes, such as spirituality, social change, multiculturalism, health, environmentalism, and community.
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