Well-Being Ourselves invites artists to explore well-being in a time of growing awareness around mental health, including emotional, psychological and social aspects. We seek art that can envision new ways of being that are relational, fight stigma, dismantle ableism, and uphold disability justice. Works to be considered include paintings, drawings, sculpture, digital media, videos and music compositions, mixed media, photography and printmaking. Jurors will include Chanika Svetilas, a multidisciplinary artist who utilizes lived experience of mental health difference as a way to create safe spaces, to disrupt stereotypes and to reflect on contemporary issues as a cultural worker, and Gwynneth VanLaven, an artist and educator.
Entry Fee: $20 for WWA Members, $25 for all others
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