Outbound: Mobility, Community, Future – Call For Artists
SPOKE magazine is opening a pop-up gallery for November First Friday in Philadelphia featuring work that uses Futurism to address contemporary social issues – Outbound: Mobility, Community, Future.
Deadline: 25 Oct 2016
SPOKE magazine seeks work that provokes conversations about movement, culture, and the built environment in the context of the Philadelphia community. Artists are encouraged to take a broad view of Futurism itself and how the form can represent new visions for an urban society.
This is a free opportunity to get gallery space on First Friday in Old City. The space is located at 2nd and Vine. The open gallery on Friday will be followed by lectures and panel discussions on Saturday. The work will stay on display throughout the weekend and serve as active material for the talks on Saturday.
SPOKE magazine uses art and design to explore the relationships between people, transportation, and urban spaces. While it primarily takes the form of a print publication, SPOKE is beginning to step into other forms. It seeks to open conversations with other communities and perspectives of the city, hoping to better understand the way Philadelphia moves and grows.
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