Soul Art Renewal is a multi-gallery and multi-media celebration of art and artists in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that will be display at GDAC in Summer 2021. The project’s aim is to focus on healing, hope, and community resilience and renewal in response to the impact the pandemic has had on the arts community. The project includes a catalog which will feature all the works presented in the exhibitions and programming in support of the exhibition and community healing and renewal.
Greater Denton Arts Council is hosting a call for our upcoming exhibition featuring art, poetry and photography as part of our multi-exhibit project Soul Art Renewal: A Community Response to COVID. Our collaborative exhibition of photography and poetry is a multi-disciplinary exploration of how the COVID pandemic has impacted artists from both the visual and literary arts fields. Poems and photographs will be displayed together in the Gough Gallery.
For more information see https://dentonarts.com/exhibitions. Exhibition is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts as part of the CARES Act.
Soul Art Renewal: Murals
April 4 – August 14, 2021
The first piece of our Soul Art Renewal project. The murals celebrate the hopes and community care that have been part of Denton during the COVID-19 pandemic. Four artists create pieces sharing how they’ve experienced hope and community coming together in their own styles.
Soul Art Renewal: PENS & LENSES
May 7 – August 14, 2021
The literary and visual arts are vehicles to express our emotions and experiences. In the second piece of our Soul Art Renewal project we bring together poetry and photography, creating a dialogue to help our community better understand our communal response to COVID-19.
Soul Art Renewal: General Art Exhibition
June – September 2021
An exhibition celebrating artwork created during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic by Denton artists. Artists explore their individual responses to the pandemic through created works that speak together in the space like our individual experiences speak to one another in our broader community.
Source: Art News DFW