Text and Image
Midwest Center for Photography / Deadline: 06/15/19
Many women have a different story, though, the nature of each story is founded in similarity; women being tired of having to carry the secrets of their stories. Instead, courageously deciding to share their stories with the world. This exhibition seeks to give a voice to those who have survived the trauma of tragedy. Whether feeling marginalized, treated unequally, being simply ignored and overlooked, harassed, physically assaulted, verbally abused, or having experienced profound loss. These stories should be told, stories of experience in a domestic setting or in the workplace. Not only stories of dark experiences but the experiences of triumph and strength. The exhibition will consist of photographic imagery and/or words. Both photographs and text pieces will be printed and exhibited on the gallery walls. The stories shared can range from subtle expressions to bold statements, of your own experience or of someone you know who has experienced such tragedy. The gallery space acts as a platform for women to use their voices through images and/or text in an act of healing and strength.
Midwest Center for Photography, 1215 Franklin, Wichita, KS 67203 www.mwcponline.com
Open to all photographers and writers.
To enter: Follow the online information at http://www.mwcponline.com/womens-stories-entry.html, please note that there is not an upload form and simply submit JPEG files to the gallery via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selection will be based upon the individual images and/or text entered by each artist. Artists names can be kept confidential upon request.
Curator: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, Midwest Center for Photography
Concept Collaborator: Alexi Berry, Ulrich Museum of Art
Wichita, KS 67203