"What the World Needs Now" juried exhibition OPEN CALL

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"What the World Needs Now" juried exhibition OPEN CALL

Time: July 14, 2017 at 6pm to August 18, 2017 at 12am
Location: the B Complex Gallery
Street: Murphy Street
City/Town: Atlanta
Website or Map: http://www.thebcomplex.com
Phone: 404-821-2585
Event Type: call, for, submissions
Organized By: Anita Arliss
Latest Activity: Jul 14

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"What The World Needs Now" 

OPEN Call for Entries ! A curated, juried group exhibition.
Co-curated by Anita Arliss and Ruben Natal-San Miguel. 
Submissions open now for photography, and other photo-based art, including photography, painting, mixed media, drawing, prints, and wall sculpture.

Time to come down South to Atlanta and have the opportunity to show your artwork during " Atlanta Celebrates Photography " Your artwork on the wall alongside artists Todd Hido, Aline Smithson, Chris Verene, Amy Elkins, Ruben Natal-San Miguel and with local Atlanta talents like Anita Arliss and Jennifer Yoffy (and a few more.) 

Here's the link for details and submission guidelines: https://www.facebook.com/events/1819343111713955

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