People and the Planet
Touchstone Gallery International (Washington, DC)
People and the Planet is an international open call that invites artists to think about our world and the humanity within it—how humans interact with the earth and all of its inhabitants. Artists are encouraged to submit pieces that explore: environmental & social issues, human interactions with nature, travel, climate change, natural materials & resources, population & development, Indigenous perspectives, changing landscapes, connections to the land, new discoveries, and more.
All visual mediums are accepted, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, fiber, jewelry, fine craft, installations, video, and more. Works must be original and completed within the past five years.
- Karine Aigner, International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) Associate Fellow, 2022 Wildlife Photographer of the Year
- Alan C. Braddock, Professor of Art History at William & Mary; co-curator of Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment
- Tarah Hogue, Curator of Indigenous Contemporary Art at Remai Modern, Métis Nation citizen
- Robert Yi, Assistant Director of the School of Art & Interim Director of Painting and Drawing at George Mason University
- Friday, April 15: Call opens
- Sunday, June 4: Call closes
- Wednesday, June 28: Artist notifications
- Monday, July 31: Deadline for works received
- Exhibition Dates: August 2-27, 2023
- Opening Reception: Saturday, August 5
ClosesJune 4, 2023 12:00 am