The Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) and Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) have come together to present ”Sacred Spaces: A Slideluck Potshow” on Sunday, October 2, 2011, 6.00pm at the Judson Memorial Church in New York City. It’s a slide show… and a potluck! The event is part of a4′s fall 2011 Call & Response mini-series, which commemorates the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and signals the intentions of its Locating the Sacred Festival slated for 2012.
The call: The Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) & Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) invite artists in New York and across the world to submit photographs, or images of artwork, on the theme “Sacred Spaces”. In this time of deep global uncertainty–economically, politically, culturally–what places enable you to reflect, to make sense of it all, and to find your place in the world? What does “sacred space” mean to you or your community?
The work of the selected artists will be projected inside the majestic Judson Memorial Church in New York City. Recognized as the birthplace of post-modern dance and Off-Off Broadway theater, the Judson is home to an extraordinarily diverse congregation and continues to be a bastion for civil rights and spiritual enquiry in these challenging times.
For submission guidelines and to submit your work, visit:
Deadline to submit: August 22nd, 2011
Submission fee: $15. Selected artists will receive two tickets to the event, Locating the Sacred.