A unique opportunity for artists to work with internationally recognized
artist Judy Chicago and nationally recognized photographer Donald Woodman.
Eighty artists will be selected to imagine, create and exhibit diverse
images of the future for a project facilitated by Judy Chicago and Donald
Woodman in collaboration with Cal Poly Pomona.
Upper level college
students, visual artists, photographers and teachers with a background in
art are needed. Venues for completed projects will be in various Southern
California galleries, campus sites and alternative spaces in January and
February of 2004. Project seed money will be available for artist
Envisioning the Future is an intensive twelve week interdisciplinary project
that will involve the arts and education in an effort to imagine, create and
exhibit diverse images of the future. Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman will
spearhead a unique project at the hub site in the Pomona Arts Colony.
Chicago and Woodman will share their participatory educational methodology
with a team of facilitators. Chicago, Woodman and the facilitators will
then work with groups of students, visual artists and photographers to help
them envision and forge images expressing the ways in which the future--be
it personal, community or global–might be constructed.
This application is open to all upper division and graduate students as well
as visual and video artists and photographers living and working in Southern
California. Students may apply to their respective schools for credit.
How to Apply:
You may download the applications from http://EnvisioningtheFuture.org
or send a SASE to:
Envisioning the Future
Attn: Cheryl Bookout
Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center
300 W. Second Street
Pomona, CA 92766