What: The exhibit will feature artwork created in response to the following prompt:
Not all propaganda is negative. Propaganda is biased information intentionally spread to shape public opinion and behavior. The Nazis’ use of propaganda was created with the intent to spread their message of race hatred. For the purpose of this exhibition, we challenge you to create a piece of propaganda that serves to spread positive ideas and information for the benefit of humanity.
Where: Artwork will be exhibited in the Sharna Newman Frank Education Gallery at the Sherwin Miller Museum in the fall of 2015.
When: Artwork will be accepted from August 10, 2015-October 23, 2015
• “Artwork” is understood to be visual art in any medium, but is not understood to refer to film, music, dance or drama (the performing arts).
• All artworks should be easily portable and either freestanding, or be able to sit on an easel or a tabletop.
• Artworks may be submitted by individual students or by groups of students.
• The artist/s name, school and teacher should appear on the artwork in a place that is not visible when displayed (such as the bottom or back of the artwork).
• A short (1-3 sentence) artist/s’ statement should accompany each artwork.
• Artworks that require batteries or electricity may not be displayed, for logistical reasons.
This student art exhibit will be in conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Exhibit, which will be at the Sherwin Miller Museum from September 30, 2015 – February 16, 2016:[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]