2018 ENDLESS BIENNIAL OPEN CALL FOR KUNST
This December, EFA Project Space is pleased to present the 2018 Endless Biennial (December 7 - 21, 2018), curated by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo and organized by Endless Editions. Endless is now accepting submissions of artwork in any medium exploring the theme of OPTIMISM.
Deadline: November 1, 2018
Accepting submissions in any medium.
All work should be for sale, and artists receive 70% if sold.
Images must be no larger than 2MB, only accepted in .JPEG or .PDF formats. All accepted images for print must be minimum 300 DPI in either .TIFF or .PDF (all compression settings turned off) formats.
Videos must be linked on Vimeo or Youtube.
Sound must be linked from SoundCloud.
All performance and installation proposals must include sketches or prior images/links to videos of previous works.
To submit, please fill out our Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/yFiemjMQSNXBxv8v2.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo is an artist, arts educator, activist, storyteller & curator who lives and works in Oakland, California. Branfman-Verissimo’s work is informed by her commitment to craft and community, her engagement with society, and interests in storytelling and cultural geography. Branfman-Verissimo received her BFA from California College of the Arts. She has had solo exhibitions at Deli Gallery in Long Island City, NY, Lago Projects and E.M. Wolfman in Oakland, and Bolivar Gallery in Los Angeles. Her work has been included in exhibitions and performances at Betti Ono Gallery, Root Division, Deli Gallery, Southern Exposure, SFMOMA, Kala Art Institute, Osaka Art University, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive and Highways Performance Space, to name a few. Lukaza was a Yozo Hamaguchi fellow at Kala Art institute in 2015 and has been a visiting artist at the College of Design, Architecture, Art Practice at University of Cincinnati, at New York University, at California College of the Arts and at Mills College. She is the co-founder and lead curator at Nook Gallery. As a curator, Lukazahas worked on shows and projects at Nook Gallery, Mind Control Art Fair, CTRL+SHFT Gallery, NEW LIFE Quarterly Magazine and NIAD Art Center.