Feminist FOMO NOMO: Show What Feminism Means To You Art Exhibition is coming to OCADU Library Services: The Learning Zone November 10 — December 6.
Feminist FOMO NOMO embraces the term FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) by connecting artists coming from different histories, mediums and perspectives. Seeking to alleviate fear and create a safe space for participation and acceptance, allowing all to contribute.
What does feminism mean to you? Feminist FOMO NOMO is an all inclusive project that welcomes any creative work, expression or material.
Open call to artists to participate in this art exhibition promoting equality and inclusivity. Accepting any media or discipline — paintings, photography, performance art, video, graphic design. Groups are invited to participate with open discussions or creative collaborations — it’s open.
Good news, a call for submissions for October 27 has now been extended to November 3!
Artists and Groups are invited to submit artwork, host discussions, presentations or events, on what feminism means to you. To submit or for more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Artists: please include name or school, copyright or redistribution rights and a short bio.
Groups: please include an outline of your discussion, presentation or event along with the proposed event date.
This exhibit is supported by a team of OCAD University students and alumni including Pam Patterson, Julia Pereira, Nazanin Khani, Trudy Erin Elmore, Magnus Frolov, Marta Chudolinska and Leena Raudvee.
Sponsored by OCAD U Library Services: The Learning Zone, WIA Projects, CWSE/OISE University of Toronto and FAC (Feminist Art Conference).
*UPDATE: SUBMISSIONS WILL CONTINUE TO BE ACCEPTED WHILE THE EXHIBIT RUNS FROM NOVEMBER 10 – DECEMBER 6. EACH WEEK WE WILL PUT UP NEW PIECES WE RECEIVE. WE WANT TO SHARE AS MANY PERSPECTIVES ON WHAT FEMINISM MEANS AS POSSIBLE!
Feminist FOMO NOMO Show What Feminism Means To You Poster