Richland Library exhibition series to highlight BIPOC artists
Pop-up outdoor shows to start this spring
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Richland Library is collaborating with local visual artist Jeff Rivers to expand the social and economic participation of underserved artists and communities.
We’re currently seeking submissions for an outdoor exhibition series in May and June 2021.
The Pop-Up Art Shows intend to highlight the work of local BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) artists and their unique personal ties to seven of our library locations, including:
- Edgewood (2101 Oak St.)
- Main (1431 Assembly St.)
- North Main (5306 North Main St.)
- Northeast (7490 Parklane Rd.)
- Sandhills (763 Fashion Dr.)
- Southeast (7421 Garners Ferry Rd.)
- St. Andrews (2916 Broad River Rd.)
We’re looking for work that speaks to each neighborhood’s roots, culture and citizenry. Submissions should contain the artist’s head shot and bio, at least five examples of the artist’s work, the artist’s preferred location, and a brief summary of the artist’s connection to the community.
To read the official call for artists or to apply, visit www.richlandlibrary.com/services/exhibit-richland-library. The deadline is Thursday, April 15.
For questions, please contact Emily Stoll at 803.587.3637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Richland Library
Awarded the National Medal in 2017 by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Richland Library is a vibrant, contemporary organization that provides resources and information that advance the Midlands. Offering state-of-the-art technology, a variety of literary and cultural programs and 13 bustling facilities located throughout the county, Richland Library provides a truly customizable, modern library experience for residents and visitors alike.