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The South Got Something to Say

Doré Art Collective   /   Deadline: 12/30/21

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The theme of this exhibit interprets what does Atlanta has to say? Atlanta influences every facet of life from food to fashion, language, music, art, and pop culture. The city continues to vibrate with original ideas, new beats, different perspectives, and unique voices. With each iteration of Atlanta comes a new message the city wants to convey. In the words of notable ATLiean, Andre 3000, - The South Has Something to Say.

This group exhibition will be juried by Visual Storytellers of Atlanta creators Claudia Offei and Bernie Keith.


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All artists are invited to apply regardless of location - the focus of each artist's piece must be on interpreting Atlanta through their work. Works in any of the following mediums are accepted: photography, painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, digital, fiber, mixed media, and installation and video


To submit, please include the following in your submission: 2 - 10 images, a pdf or word document that includes the following: artist bio, artist statement, link to portfolio/websites, & social media handles.

Images/Files - resize all images to 1500 px on the longest side at 72 dpi JPG or PNG ( Label files in the following format (firstname_lastname01)

Artist bio (250-word max)
Artist Statement (500-word max)
Title List (Include image title, year, and medium)
Website/Portfolio Link
Social Media Handles

(A pdf document with materials 2 - 6 is preferred, but files can be separate.) Failure to submit all required documents will disqualify you from the exhibition.

Email all submissions to with the subject line The South Got Something to Say Exhibition.

Contact Information

Kahiah Polidore
P.O. Box #451383
Atlanta, GA 31145


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