Call for Art
Five Oaks Museum is accepting submissions for DISplace
Five Oaks Museum’s upcoming exhibition, DIS/place, will shine light on the widely unknown connection between Hawaiʻi, the Pacific Northwest, and the communities that continue to flow between these two regions. DISplace opens November 12, 2020 at the museum and on our digital platforms.
We invite submissions from visual artists working in any medium who have familial ties to the Hawaiian Islands, and are living and working in the Pacific Northwest. We are especially seeking work that addresses themes of cultural identity and displacement specific to communities from the Hawaiian Islands. (Artists do not have to be of Native Hawaiian descent; this can include any ethnic group or family who has come from or passed through the Islands en route to the Pacific Northwest.)
If you are interested in exhibiting your work in DISplace, please submit up to 5 works in any media for consideration. If you are interested in presenting your work via performance, auxiliary programming/workshops, site-specific installation, or another channel outside of a typical gallery experience, please note this in your submission (COVID-19 precautions pending).
View Flyer: Call for Art + Stories – PDF
Submit here: DISplace Call for Art Submission Form