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Co-existence Art Exhibition http://livingwithanimals.eku.edu/insidelook/co-existence-art-exhibition
The relationship between animals and humans is complex, varied and a long one that has spanned millennia, adapting and metamorphosing, in a physical as well as metaphoric and imaginative capacity. This competition invites submissions of work that responds to the Seeing with Animals conference theme, Co-existence, however you express and represent the relationship between animal and man. Works produced in all media are welcome - please see below for submission and exhibition information.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) will host the third biennial Living with Animals conference on March 22-26, 2017. For the first time Living with Animals will have a special conference component called Seeing with Animals, which will be devoted directly to key issues in the discourse surrounding animals and imagery. EKU is located in Richmond KY, just south of Lexington, ‘The Horse Capital of the World.’
From March 22-25, 2017, selected artworks will be digitally displayed during the Living with Animals/Seeing with Animals (LwA/SwA) Conference at Eastern Kentucky University in the Perkins Conference Center and will also be included in an exhibition booklet. This will be distributed in print form during the conference and will also be available to download, in April 2017, as a PDF from these websites: https://seeingwithanimals.wordpress.com and http://livingwithanimals.eku.edu
Artists who are selected for the exhibition will be invited to submit an artist book relating to the Co-existence theme, which will be on display for the duration of the conference. At the end of the conference, artist books will be donated to the Living with Animals Conference Collection in Special Collections and Archives at the Crabbe Library on the Eastern Kentucky University campus. The books will be accessible to the students in the Human Animal Studies major at EKU as well as other library users and researchers.
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