Opportunity for clicking

Discussion in 'Wisconsin' started by Grace Cox, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. Grace Cox

    Grace Cox Member

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    Hey guys,

    Got this off of portalswisconsin.com. It has really sparked my narcississtic interest, but in a humble way.


    John Michael Kohler Arts Center (Sheboygan) seeks artwork
    The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wis., is currently seeking entries for the exhibition "Double Take," a show that will feature a series of double self-portraits, one showing how the artist sees himself or herself, and the second showing how the artist might be perceived by others.

    The self-portraits may be two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional, and any medium may be used (including paint, pencil, clay, photography, metal, wood, textiles and found objects).

    Deadline for submissions is Nov. 19, 2004. The exhibition will run Dec. 5 through Feb. 27, 2005.

    Type of Opportunity: Call for artists
    Contact information: For more information, visit the Web site listed below or call 920-458-6144.
    URL: www.jmkac.org

    Posted: 10/18/04
     
  2. Donald Miller

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    Thank you for sharing this.

    I have always felt that narcissism is not an inherently bad trait so long as one keeps it to one's self.

    Furthermore, I appreciate that you alluded to a humble basis...Humility, in opinion, is overrated as a trait...Arrogance...we need more arrogance!!!!
     
  3. inthedark

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    ROFL, hey Don, I've got plenty of arrogance. Most folks tell me to QUIT spreading it around. tee hee
     
  4. Peter De Smidt

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    Since this for the John Michael Kohler art center, make sure that whatever you do is very avant-garde.

    -Peter